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BS Computer Science – The Eight Threads
Since fall 2006, the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Curriculum has been built on our new Threads platform. Developed by College of Computing faculty, Threads sets the standard for the future of computer science learning in the United States.
Threads allow you to create your own individual Computing degree. The College currently defines requirements for eight Threads as listed below. Follow each link to learn more about the Thread, its requirements and the resources available to learn more about projects or programs related to that Thread.
The 8 Threads
Creating devices embedded in physical objects that interact in the physical world
Representing, transforming, transmitting, and presenting information
Building top-to-bottom models of human-level intelligence
Building systems in order to exploit computing's abilities to provide creative outlets
Representing natural and physical processes
Designing, building, and evaluating systems that treat the human as a central component
Creating computer architectures, systems and languages
Theoretical foundations underlying a wide range of computing disciplines
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