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Portland State University
Computer Science
Degree: Bachelor of Science

Required Courses

University RequirementRCC EquivalencyCredits
WR 121 English Composition & WR 227 Technical Writing WR 121 English Composition I& WR 227 Technical Writing 
CS 161 Introduction to Computer Science I & CS 162 Introduction to Computer Science II No RCC Equivalency 
CS 163 Data Structures No RCC Equivalency 
CS140U Introduction to Unix No RCC Equivalency 
CS 200 Computer Organization and Assembly Language & CS 201 Computer Architecture No RCC Equivalency 
CS 202 Programming Systems No RCC Equivalency 
CS 250 Discrete Structures &
CS 251 Logical Structures 
No RCC Equivalency 
MTH 251Calculus I, MTH 252 Calculus II, & MTH 253 Calculus III MTH 251 Calculus I, MTH 252 Calculus II, & MTH 253 Calculus III 15 
PHY 221/214, PHY 222/215 and PHY 223/216 General Physics (calculus) PH 201, PH 202 and PH 203 General Physics (calculus) 15 
Approved science electives Choose from BI 211, 212,& 213,
CHEM 221, 222, & 223, 

Notes:
*Additional work in Maple and Prolong required, see PSU program advisor (Cynthia Brown) for details. If you wish to take the lower division CS courses at PSU, speak with a PSU department advsior.
If you have taken CS 161 and CS 162 before Fall 2002 please contact a CS department advisor due to changes in the curriculum.
Due to rapid changes in computer technology some CS courses have made changes in their content. We strongly encourage you to work with a department advisor to develop your transfer plan.

Additional Requirements:
To see how you will transfer into PSU's University Studies program, refer to the General Education link. We highly encourage you to talk with a RCC Academic Advisor to learn more about meeting PSU's general education and bachelor degree requirements.

NOTE: University requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with RCC advisors or counselors and their transfer institution to ensure the accuracy of their academic plan.

Web Sites:
College Website
Major Website
General Education Website

Updated 3/27/12