CS Curriculum

CS@Mines allows you to choose your path with the following options:

  • CS General:PDF versionText only version The Computer Science program is accessible to students with or withour prior programming experience. This curriculum allows students to tailor senior level electives toward personal and career interests in areas such as algorithmic robotics, applied algorithms and data structures, high preformance computing, machine learning, networking, or security and privacy. The flowchart for this path can be found herePDF versionText only version.

 

  • CS + Data Science:PDF versionText only version All fields are experiencing rapid growth in access to massive amounts of information. In partnership with the Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics, CS + Data Science retains the CS Core and focuses electives to help students analyze and make meaning of large amounts of data, resulting in smarter decision making, reduction in costs, and increased productivity. Data Science is an emerging discipline at the intersection of computer science and statistics, focusing on the extraction of knowledge from data. The flowchart for this path can be found herePDF versionText only version and info for a minor in Data Science can be found herePDF versionText only version.

 

  • CS + Computer Engineering:PDF versionText only version Advances n engineering revolve around automation, computerization, and digitization. In partnership with the Department of Electrical Engineering, CS + Computer Engineering retains the CS Core and focuses electrives to help students identify the way hardware and software concepts such as programming, digital circuit design, and embedded systems transform any tech field. The flowchart for this path can be found herePDF versionText only version and info for a minor in Computer Engineering can be found herePDF versionText only version.

 

  • CS + Robotics and Intelligent Systems:PDF versionText only version Many disciplines of engineering focus on the physical creation and kinematics of robots and intelligent systems. In partnership with the Department of Mechanical Engineering, CS + Robotics and Intelligent Systems retains the CS Core and focuses electrives to help students bring life to systems and give machines the ability to operate autonomously. The flowchart for this path can be found herePDF versionText only version and infor for a minor in Robotics and Intelligent Systems can be found herePDF versionText only version.

 

 


So as not to confuse or mislead, this information simply represents a sample curriculum. If there are any discrepancies between this information and other sources, the final authority is the Mines Catalog published the year the student entered CSM.

Flowchart and Worksheet

If you prefer a hardcopy version of the information provided above, we do have a list of flowcharts along with a worksheet for you to track your classes as completed.

 

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