The degree requirements contained here apply to all students who began their education at the University of Minnesota during the Fall of 2013 or after for CSE students and Fall 14 or after for CLA students. Previous requirements can be found in theĀ Appendix. Degree Requirements between the current program and previous programs cannot be mixed. It is recommended that students who enrolled at the University of Minnesota prior to Fall 2013 should contact the Undergraduate Advisor when deciding which requirements to use.

- Math and Statistics: Math 1271 (or 1371), Math 1272 (or 1372), Stat 3021
- CS Lower Level: CSci 1133, CSci 1933, CSci 2011, CSci 2021, CSci 2033, CSci 2041
- CS Upper Level: CSci 3081W, CSci 4041, CSci 4061
- 8 credits of CSci 4xxx/5xxx classes

- Math, Science, and Statistics: Math 1271 (or 1371), Math 1272 (or 1372), Physics 1301W, Second Science (Select from: Phys 1302W, Chem 1061/1065, Chem 1062/1066, ESci 2201, Psy 3011, or Gcd 3022), Stat 3021
- CS Lower Level: CSci 1133, CSci 1933, CSci 2011, CSci 2021, CSci 2033, CSci 2041
- CS Upper Level: CSci 3081W, CSci 4041, CSci 4061
- CS Upper Division Track: 23 credits of approved CSci 4xxx/5xxx classes including the upper division math oriented requirement (see "Upper Division Math-Oriented Requirement") (see "Upper Division Track")

The following are approved substitutions for certain Computer Science requirements. Keep in mind that while these substitutions are approved, they are not necessarily recommended. We advise against students without other upper division math or statistics coursework taking 4xxx/5xxx level math and stats courses in place of CSCI 2033 and Stat 3021.

If a student has credit for or wants to take MATH 2283 or MATH 3238W instead of CSCI 2011:

- Computer Science Minor students can't use non-CSCI courses in their minor. If credit for MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W is already earned, then minor students should consider taking a different course. Minor students can decide to stay in CSCI 2011 and use it for their minor, but parts will likely be redundant.
- Computer Science BS students can use MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W in place of CSCI 2011 IF they take MATH 4707 (Introduction to Combinatorics and Graph Theory) for their upper division math oriented requirement that is in the curriculum later. This is a two for two substitution. The department won't allow MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W to sub for CSCI 2011 if students don't take MATH 4707.
- Computer Science BA students can use MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W in place of CSCI 2011 IF they take MATH 4707 (Introduction to Combinatorics and Graph Theory), which will count towards their upper division credits outside of the major required by CLA. This is a two for two substitution. The department won't allow MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W to sub for CSCI 2011 if students don't take MATH 4707.
- Computer Science/Math double majors or Math minors should take MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W over CSCI 2011 and then take MATH 4707 later to meet one of their other major requirements for the math major or for their math minor electives.
- CSCI 2041, which has CSCI 2011 listed as a prerequisite can be pursued as long as a passing grade is earned in MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W.
- Students are advised against taking CSCI 4041 or 4011 until they have completed MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W and MATH 4707 to ensure a student has had exposure to counting/combinatorics material. Generally, the overlap of content covered in MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W compared to CSCI 2011 is around 60-70%, with another 20-30% of the material covered in MATH 4707.
**Application to the major process for students using this substitution:**The Department will allow a student to apply to the major using MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W in place of CSCI 2011. Students will still need to take MATH 4707 in order to complete the two for two substitution, but MATH 4707 can be completed after admission to the major.- Students who have completed the full UMTYMP sequence (MATH 1471-1473 and 2471-2473) or the Honors Mathematics sequence (MATH 3952H-3953H) with a passing grade may also use these classes in place of MATH 2283 or MATH 3283W with the same conditions.

We generally only allow EE 2361 to substitute for CSCI 2021 only for Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering double majors. EE 2361 can't be substituted if a student is only pursuing the Computer Science Minor.

If a student has credit for MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H/3592H and 3593H or wants to take MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H/3592H and 3593H instead of CSCI 2033:

- Computer Science Minor students can't use non-CSCI courses in their minor. If credit for MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H/3592H and 3593H is already earned then minor students should consider taking a different course. Minor students can decide to stay in CSCI 2033 and use it for their minor, but parts will likely be redundant.
- Computer Science BS students can use MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H in place of CSCI 2033 IF they take MATH 4242 (applied linear algebra) for their upper division math oriented requirement that is in the curriculum later. This is a two for two substitution. The department won't allow MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H to sub for CSCI 2033 if students don't take MATH 4242. BS students may use MATH 3592H and 3593H combined in place of CSCI 2033.
- Data Science BS students can use MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H in place of CSCI 2033 IF they take MATH 4242 (applied linear algebra) for an upper division technical elective in the program. This is a two for two substitution. The department won't allow MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H to sub for CSCI 2033 if students don't take MATH 4242. BS students may use MATH 3592H and 3593H combined in place of CSCI 2033.
- Computer Science BA students can use MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H in place of CSCI 2033 IF they take MATH 4242 (applied linear algebra), which will count towards their upper division credits outside of the major required by CLA. This is a two for two substitution. The department won't allow MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H to sub for CSCI 2033 if students don't take MATH 4242. BA students may use MATH 3592H and 3593H combined in place of CSCI 2033.
- Computer Science/Math double majors or Math minors should take MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H over CSCI 2033 and then take MATH 4242 later to meet one of their algebra requirements for the math major or for their math minor electives.
- MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H doesn't substitute for CSCI 2033 by itself since MATH 2243/2373/2471/2574H is about two topics (linear algebra and differential equations) where our course is a full semester learning linear algebra.
- MATH 3592H and 3593H combined substitute for CSCI 2033 without further requirements.
- Students with transfer credit for MATH 2142 have completed the linear algebra requirement and do not need to take CSCI 2033 or MATH 4242.

- A combination of STAT 3011 and 3022 (STAT 3011 alone isn't an acceptable substitute for STAT 3021)
- STAT 4101, 4102, 5101, 5102, 8101, or 8102 (These courses can't also count towards a student's computer science track credits for the BS program
*unless*a student has also completed STAT 3011) - MATH 4653 or MATH 5651 (These courses can't also count towards a student's computer science track credits or the upper division math oriented requirement for the BS program
*unless*a student has also completed STAT 3011) - IE 3521 (For Computer Science and Industrial Systems and Engineering double majors)
- EE 3025 (For Computer Science and Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering double majors)

Students may use Phys 1221 and 1222 in place of Phys 1301W and the second science requirement in the Computer Science BS as long as they meet one of the following requirements:

- The student must have a bio-oriented major (not a pre-major) or minor listed officially on their record.
- The student has completed either CSCI 5461 or 5481 with a C- or better letter grade as part of their bioinformatics track focus in the BS curriculum. This approval will not be added to a student's APAS report until one of these two courses are completed.
- Students who were previously admitted to the College of Biological Sciences (CBS) and completed the courses who have successfully transferred to CSE and have been admitted to the Computer Science BS program.

Substitution approvals will not be given to students who do not meet one of the criteria above.

We allow EE 1301 to substitute for the CS I requirement (CSCI 1103,1113, or 1133) in the Computer Science minor curriculum. We **do not allow** EE 1301 to substitute for the CS I requirement in the Computer Science majors (BA and BS). We will, however, allow a Computer Science major who has completed EE 1301 to substitute a CSCI 4000-5000 level course in place of the CS I requirement rather than having to take CSCI 1103, CSCI 1113, or CSCI 1133.