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Majors and Minors

 

Bachelor of Science 

Computer Science

At ACU, you'll receive broad-based education and experience in programming languages, problem-solving, classical algorithms, project design and a variety of advanced computer science subjects. 

Concentrations:

·Computing Theory

·Game Development

·Software Engineering

Credit Hours

University Requirements: 56 credit hours

+ Major Requirements: 66 credit hours

+ Electives: 6 credit hours 

= Total Required: 128 credit hours*


*Based on track selection

Course You'll Be Taking

·Human Computer Interaction

·Artificial Intelligence

·Software Engineering

·Design & Analysis of Algorithms

Career Fields

·Software engineer

·Computer forensics, artificial intelligence, and related areas

·Game developer

·Security analyst

Available as a minor

Bachelor of Science 

Computer Science and Math with Teacher Certification

A cooperative degree with the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Teacher Education, combining intense study in computer science and mathematics with teacher training to prepare students to teach these subjects at the high school level.

Concentrations:

N/A

Credit Hours

University Requirements: 56 credit hours

+ Major Requirements:

   24 credit hours- Computer Science

   19 credit hours- Mathematics

   21 credit hours- Professional Ed.

= Total Required: 128 credit hours



Course You'll Be Taking

·Design & Analysis of Algorithms

·Algebraic Concepts for Teachers I

·Geometric Concepts for Teachers I

·Educational Psychology

Career Fields

·High school computer science teacher

·High school math teacher

·Software development/engineering

Not available as a minor

Bachelor of Science 

Digital Entertainment Technology

Our portfolio-driven program will equip you with tools needed to embark on an exciting career in cinematic special effects, game development, or animation. As a DET student, you'll learn about the entire creative process--from concept and design to scripting and production. 

 

Concentrations:

·Cinematic

·Game Development

Credit Hours

University Requirements: 56 credit hours

+ Major Requirements: 66 credit hours

+ Electives: 6 credit hours 

= Total Required: 128 credit hours*


*Based on track selection

Course Topics

·Game Development

·Intro to 3-D Modeling

·Virtual Reality

·Cinematic Game Production

Career Fields

·Game design and development

·Computer-generated imagery

·Animation

·UR/AR

Available as a minor