Courses

FOR DIGITAL SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS:

The Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Digital Sciences require:

The Bachelor of Science degree also has six different concentrations, each of which requires additional courses from both of those lists.

To provide flexibility for individual interests and career goals, both degrees also require some "Advisor-Approved Electives in Digital Sciences or Related Area".  For your convenience, a list of Pre-Approved Undergraduate Electives is available.  However, other courses may also count as advisor-approved electives; consult your academic advisor about other specific courses of interest.

FOR DIGITAL SCIENCE GRADUATE MAJORS:

The Master of Digital Sciences degree requires:

It also has five different concentrations, each of which requires additional courses from those lists.  

To provide flexibility for individual interests and career goals, it also requires some "Advisor-Approved Electives in Digital Sciences or Related Area".  For your convenience, a list of Pre-Approved Graduate Electives available.  However, other courses may also count as advisor-approved electives; consult your academic advisor about other specific courses of interest.

FOR STUDENTS IN OTHER MAJORS:

Courses offered by the School of Digital Sciences are not restricted to Digital Sciences majors, although many courses above the 1xxxx level do have lower-level pre-requisites.  You may find that some of the DSCI Courses would be excellent electives for your own degree, as would some of the digitally-oriented courses in our list of Other Required Courses from other units, or our current list of Pre-Approved Electives from other units.

SUMMER 2012 COURSES:

DSCI 10010 Society, Culture and the Digital Sciences
DSCI 10310 My Story on the Web
DSCI 15310 Computational Thinking and Programming

FALL 2012 COURSES:

DSCI 10010 Society, Culture and the Digital Sciences
DSCI 10310 My Story on the Web
DSCI 13410 Cognition in Technology (NEW)
DSCI 15310 Computational Thinking and Programming
DSCI 21010 Enterprise Architecture (NEW)
DSCI 61010 Enterprise Architecture
DSCI 64010 Data Architecture (NEW)
DSCI 65010 Application and Technology Architecture (NEW)

SPRING 2013 COURSES:

DSCI 10410 Information Ethics and Social Responsibility
DSCI 10310 My Story on the Web
DSCI 13210 Design Processes and Principles
DSCI 15310 Computational Thinking and Programming
DSCI 16010 Telecommunications Infrastructure
DSCI 23310 Human-Computer Interaction (NEW)
DSCI 24410 Digital Information Management and Processing (
NEW)
DSCI 61010 Enterprise Architecture
DSCI 62010 Business Architecture

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