course plan form
lists all of the courses you intend to use
to fulfill the requirements for an undergraduate major in Computer Sciences,
and when you intend to take them. You should fill out as much of it
as you can, and bring it,
together with a current transcript or DARS report, and a copy of the
University's Major Declaration Form
with the top part filled in,
to a member of the Computer Sciences Department Undergraduate Advising
Committee when you are ready to declare your major. The advisor can
help you fill out any parts of the form about which you are unsure.
The advisor's signature signifies fulfillment of acceptance
requirements, subject to review by the L&S Dean's office.
The original course plan is kept in the Department's files. If you
would like a copy, make an extra for yourself, or ask the advisor that
you see to declare the major for a copy.
Changes to your course plan do not require approval.
Extra spaces are provided. However, only list the number
of courses required for each category (that is, one course for each of
requirements 3a and 3c and two courses for each of the other requirements).
If you wish to declare a second major in Computer Sciences, you should
also check the special ``Second Major'' instructions in the L&S bulletin.
The following notes may help in preparing the plan.
- No course can be used to satisfy more than one requirement.
- For the electives (requirement 3d), all courses must be listed
as Computer Sciences Department courses (cross-listed courses are
- 700-level CS courses can be used for the electives.
If you have not yet declared a major, keep in mind that
acceptance and completion requirements can and do change, and it is your
responsibility to make sure you are working with the current requirements.
Once you have declared a major, the requirements that apply to you cannot
change without your consent.
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