In conjunction with the standard major, the department supports special interdisciplinary tracks in neuroinformatics, bioinformatics, and cognitive science. Consult the Math and Computer Science website at the following URL (https://www.samford.edu/arts-and-sciences/math-and-computer-science/) or contact the department directly for details.
General Education - Univ Core Curriculum: 22 Credits
Click here to view the General Education - University Core Curriculum requirements.
General Education - Distribution Areas: 27 Credits
Click here to view the General Education Distribution Area requirements.
*Must include 16 hours in an approved Applications Area. This is another discipline or plan of study defined with a student’s advisor in which computing may be used as a tool. Typical choices include, but are not limited to, mathematics, natural or social sciences, GIS, and business. A student planning to do graduate work in computing should select mathematics as his/her Applications Area, and take as electives any upper-level computing courses specified as prerequisites for the graduate program.