Bachelor of Science Program

Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program in computer science is a strong core-computer science program accredited by ABET, the professional society that accredits engineering programs. The B.S. program provides general education, strength in mathematics and science, communication and an in-depth program in computer science including a 8-credit Senior Design Project that closely models "industrial-strength" project development.

As part of a residency requirement, all computer science majors must take a minimum of 30 credits in computer science at GW.  The 30 credits include courses that students who participate in a study abroad program take during their approved study abroad.

Students in the Bachelor of Science program must work with their advisors to select both a technical and non-technical track.  Detailed information on the curriculum, elective courses, and the technical and non-technical tracks is available on the links below: