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University of Minnesota Duluth
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Swenson College of Science and Engineering
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The sample plan below shows you one of several possible ways to complete this degree. Your academic plan may look different if you have already fulfilled some requirements, your math placement, overlapping liberal education electives, if you are pursuing an additional major(s) and/or minor(s), or if courses don't fit your schedule in a given term. Please work with your academic advisor to ensure that you are on track to graduate on time.
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Sample Plan: Computer Science B.STOTAL CREDITS:120LE ChecklistCourses
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Year 1:Fall SemesterYear 1: Spring SemesterPart I: Language, Reasoning Skills, and Theorizing Power4 courses
1 course from each category
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLELogic and Reasoning (LQR)Y1 Fall
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CS 1612Introduction to Computer Science4CS 1622Object-oriented Programming and Design4Oral Communication and Languages (OCL)Y2 Fall
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MATH 1296Calculus I4LQREES 1130Introduction to Environmental Science4NS, STheorizing Race Power and Justice (RPJ)Y2 Fall
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LEFine Arts3FAMATH 3326Vectors and Matrcies3Writing and Information Literacy (WIL)Y1 Fall
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WRIT 1120College Writing3WILLESocial Sciences3SSPart II: Knowledge Domains6 courses
1 course from each of the 4 categories.
Nat Sci must include lab.
2 additional courses in any two categories (must be diff subject than first course in category)
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Fine Arts (FA)Y1 Fall
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Term credits14Term credits14Humanities (HUM)Y3 Spring
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Natural Sciences with lab (NS)Y1 Spring
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Year 2: Fall SemesterYear 2: Spring SemesterSocial Sciences (SS)Y1 Spring
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLEAdditional CourseY2 Fall
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CHEM 1153General Chemistry I4NSCS 2521Computer Organization and Architecture4Additional CourseY4 Spring
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CHEM 1154General Chemistry Lab I1NSCS 2531Discrete Structures for Computer Science4Part III: Key Topics: 3 courses 3 courses
1 course from each category, can double dip with Part II
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COMM 1112Public Speaking3OCLLECultural Diversity in the US3CDGlobal Perspectives (GP)Y2 Spring
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CS 1632Introduction to Data Structures & Analysis4LEGlobal Perspectives3GPCultural Diversity in US (CD)Y2 Spring
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LETheorizing Race, Power, and Justice3RPJElective3Sustainability (S)Y1 Spring
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Term credits15Term credits17
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Year 3:Fall SemesterYear 3:Spring Semester
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLE
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CS 3531Automata and Formal Languages4CS 3111Computer Ethics4HUM
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CS 3541Software Engineering4CS 4322Database Management Systems4
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STAT 3611Introduction to Probability and Statistics4Elective3
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WRIT 3130Advanced Writing: Engineering3Elective4
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Year 4: Fall SemesterYear 4:Spring Semester
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLE
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CS 4312Operating Systems4CS 4422Computer Networks4
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CS 4332Computer Security4CS 4232Machine Learning & Data Mining4
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Elective4LEFine Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences*3FA, HUM, SS*
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*Two courses taken in a category must be different subjects within the category (ex. COMM and ANTH).
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