Requirements

Course Catalog

Please visit the CS + X Website for additional information, including a prerequisite flowchart.

CS + ECON Requirement Worksheet

Required Computer Science Courses:

 

CS 100

Freshman Orientation
Only for entering CS+X Freshman

0-1

CS 125

Intro to Computer Science

4

CS 126

Software Design Studio
Restricted to CS Majors *
*Take CS 242 if CS 225 already completed

3

CS 173

Discrete Structures

3

CS 225

Data Structures

4

CS 233

Computer Architecture

4

CS 241

System Programming

4

Choose one of the following:

ECON 202- Economic Statistics I (Preferred); STAT 200-Statistical Analysis; STAT 212-Biostatistics; ECON 400; ECE 313; or CS 361-Probability & Statistics for Computer Science.

3

CS 374

Algorithms & Models of Computation

4

CS 421

Programming Languages & Compilers

3

Mathematics

 

MATH 220 or 221

Calculus I

4-5

MATH 225*

Introductory Matrix Theory          
*MATH 415 or MATH 416 also accepted      

2

MATH 231

Calculus II

3

Required Economics Coursework- minimum 24 hours

               

ECON 102

Microeconomics Principles

3

ECON 103

Macroeconomics Principles

3

ECON 203

Economic Statistics II

3

ECON 302

Inter Microeconomics Theory

3

Four ECON 400-level courses (see below)

12

Total Hours (Major Requirements; 120 Overall Hours Required)

65-67

ECON 400-level Courses

Any ECON 400-level course is approved to take in the CS + ECON curriculum (the catalog listing of the curriculum states students pick from an approved list, but we have changed this requirement to allow any ECON 400-level course).

If you are interested in more quantitative-focused courses, please click here for some suggestions.

There are no substitutions for ECON 400-level courses.

Course Substitutions

Only courses which may have substitutions are ECON 102 and 103~ no other substitutions are allowed. All other courses listed above must be completed (some courses provide an option, and the only options are listed above).

Please visit our Course Substitutions Website for information on substitutions to the major.