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2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Software Engineering, BS (43-646) (4 Year Guide)


This guide is valid for this Undergraduate Catalog only and is subject to change. This guide is a recommendation only and your actual program may vary. The time it takes to complete a degree and the sequence in which courses are taken will depend on any credits transferred to UCM and on placement in math and writing. See the current Undergraduate Catalog for a complete listing of academic policies, curriculum, prerequisites, and course descriptions.

Suggested Schedule


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Sophomore Year - Fall Semester


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Sophomore Year - Spring Semester


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Senior Year - Spring Semester


Semester Total: 15 Hours


Software Engineering, BS Degree - 120 Hours


  • *Fall Only Course
  • **Spring Only Course
  • ^ University general education placement policy applies - Math ACT score of 26 or higher. Additional prerequisite courses are needed if ACT score does not meet placement requirements.
  • 10 This course fulfills Competency 10 - Integration in the General Education program. The hours count in the major, not in general education.
  • To satisfy the General Education Assessment (GEA) Policy, students must take the GEA after they earn 60 credit hours but before earning 75 credit hours. Transfer students who have more than 60 hours earned should take the exam during their second semester at UCM. Students must achieve a passing score of 425 to meet graduation requirements. Students may register for the GEA through MyCentral. Contact UCM Testing Services (HUM 216, 660-543-4919, testingservices@ucmo.edu) for more information.
  • This page is a SUGGESTED worksheet only. Courses for each semester have been chosen based on logical sequence of subject matter, the appropriateness of University Studies course content for computer science majors, and timely fulfillment of requirements. Please note: Many classes are offered only once a year. The correct sequencing of classes in your major is important.
  • There WILL be time conflicts on occasion that will require choosing alternate courses from another semester’s suggested schedule, or from completely outside the suggested list. Consult your catalog for options and seek help from your faculty advisor before seeing your success advisor.