Undergraduate Studies

The Department of Computer Science offers undergraduate majors in Computer Science as part of Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree programs.   The B.S. augments the B.A. with more computer science, mathematics, and experimental laboratory courses.   In addition, the Department offers four undergraduate minors in Computer Science, Computer Information Technology (CIT), Computational Linguistics, and Financial Modeling.   This page contains information about each of these options.

For students not majoring or minoring in Computer Science, CSCI 12 provides an understanding of how problems are formulated for solution by a personal computer using popular software packages.   CSCI 111 teaches introductory programming for students who have never used a computer, and serves as a first course for students considering a major or minor in computer science. See the Courses and Schedule page for more details about these courses.

Admissions and Financial Aid

For information on undergraduate admissions, you should first consult the Queens College Office of Undergraduate Admissions.   For other questions about computer science, you may also contact the Department of Computer Science main office.   Additional Queens College resources include:

  1. International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)
  2. Financial Aid Office (FAO)
  3. Office of Honors and Scholarship Programs

Current Students: Stay Informed

  1. Join the Undergraduate Student E-mail List

Additional Resources

  1. "Student Resources" page on this site
  2. Undergraduate Advisors
  3. Computer Science Tutors
  4. Course Descriptions
  5. Departmental Awards & Honors
  6. AP Credits
  7. Minimum Grade Requirement
  8. Graduate Courses for Undergraduates
  9. New Course Numbers
  10. CS Curriculum Transition Policy 2004
  11. Transfer Students (Queens College)
  12. Transfer Students (Computer Science)
  13. Office of Career Services
  14. Academic Integrity
  15. Graduation Procedure