Computer Science (BS) Course Description and Catalog, Georgia Institute of TechnologyNorth Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30332Phone: 404-894-2000, Georgia Institute of Technology Assistant to the Chair, Contact - School of Computational Science & Engineering: Also—and of critical importance in today’s world—our professors and research scientists understand that no one subfield of computing can operate effectively in isolation; the modern world of computing demands that researchers work collaboratively and across disciplines in order to continue expanding computational power and reliability while keeping information private and secure. Are you a computationalist who is interested in placing intelligence in physical objects like robots, airplanes, or cell phones? All required CS courses, whether Thread or non-Thread, must be completed with a, All courses listed as required for a Thread, whether CS or non-CS, must be completed with a, Computing and Devices: creating devices embedded in physical objects that interact in the physical world, Computing and Information Internetworks: representing, transforming, transmitting, and presenting information, Computing and Intelligence: building top-to-bottom models of human-level intelligence, Computing and Media: building systems in order to exploit computing's abilities to provide creative outlets, Computing and Modeling - Simulation: representing natural and physical processes, Computing and People: designing, building, and evaluating systems that treat the human as a central component, Computing and Systems and Architecture : creating computer architectures, systems, and languages, Computing and Theory: theoretical foundations underlying a wide range of computing disciplines. Knowledge goals are for students to mature in development and analysis of abstract models for applications ranging from theoretical computer science to computational physics, biology, mathematics, economics, and optimization. We define the Threads so they are flexible enough to allow for a variety of technical and creative experiences. degree, but also the cost. The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Each student selects two Threads to fulfill the requirements for an accredited Bachelor of Science degree in computer science. Graduates will leave the College of Computing fully aware of the limitless potential of their dynamic discipline and be able to adapt and continuously add value to society throughout their careers. Academic Program Coordinator, Georgia Institute of TechnologyNorth Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30332Phone: 404-894-2000, The Office of Outreach, Enrollment and Community: Your Home Away from Home, Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Computing (UROC) program, School of Computational Science and Engineering, Job fairs, where you can hear about available research jobs, A spring research symposium, where you can show off your work and win up to $500 in prizes. Focus: building on a base of fundamentals in programming and computational theory to provide a solid foundation of knowledge and skills for applying digital processes effectively to issues of broad interest in a global society.