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Starting this fall, the University of Dallas will offer a bachelor of science in computer science, in addition to the bachelor of arts degree in computer science that has been available since the 2012-13 school year.

The addition comes because the bachelor of science degree is generally more accepted in the workforce and in graduate school. Most colleges offer the computer science major as a bachelor of science degree.

The bachelor of science requires 12 advanced computer science credits, including the courses “Theory of Computation” and “Research in Computer Science,” in addition to all the requirements of the bachelor of arts degree.

The bachelor of science degree is recommended for students who wish to take more computer science and fewer electives. Like the bachelor of arts degree, the bachelor of science requires students to complete a computer science practicum, which takes the form of an internship, a research project or a large programming project.

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