300-Level Courses Sophomores who have completed all 200-level courses may consider 300-level seminars. Part of your 24 units of Honors coursework must be fulfilled by an upper-division seminar (301T, 302T, 303T, 304T, 305, 306)
Cal State Fullerton CompSci Rankings The bachelor's program at Cal State Fullerton was ranked #180 on College Factual's Best Schools for compsci list. It is also ranked #22 in California.
A grade of "C" (2.0) or better is required to satisfy the upper division writing requirement. [A grade of "C minus" (1.7) or lower is not a passing grade.]
Social and cultural analysis of the meaning, production and consumption of visual information in a modern media society.
Twenty-four (24) of these units must be earned in upper-division courses. At least twelve (12) upper-division semester units in the major must be taken at this institution.
While most colleges consider a D a passing grade for pass/fail courses, some require a C. And pass/fail classes may not count toward major or general education requirements.
C (Satisfactory): Performance of the student has been at an adequate level, meeting the basic objectives of the course. D (Passing): Performance of the student has been less than adequate, meeting only the minimum course requirements.
UNIVERSITY HONORS: Students graduating with University Honors have earned 24 units of Honors coursework, achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.5, and completed a Senior Honors Project. Tese students have been awarded medallions for their achievement.
A minimum of 51 semester units are needed to complete CSUF's general education requirements.
Graduation credit requirements, outlined in detail below, include the following: a minimum of 120 credits, 42 of which need to be upper-division. Thirty of the 42 upper-division need to be taken "in residence" at CSU. And, 15 of the last 30 credits need to be taken "in residence".
General Education (27 units) All students at Cal State Fullerton are expected to complete prescribed units of General Education that are made up of courses outside of their chosen disciplines. Students seeking a degree in Computer Science have been provided exceptions from some of the General Education requirements.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science offers students a comprehensive foundation that spans a wide range, from theoretical and algorithmic to cutting-edge developments. This foundation equips them to take on varied categories of work, including the necessary theories, principles and practices to design and implement software.
All new students must register for the ENST 500 class during the first semester in program.
ENST 595T Selected Topics in Environmental Problems. These topics vary by semester. To learn which topics to expect in upcoming semesters, reach out to the ENST program coordinator. Recent topics include:
All Environmental Studies students are required to complete a thesis, project, or comprehensive exam as a culminating option before completing the program.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science only accepts students for the fall semester. The application period for fall admission opens the previous October 1. The application period for fall admission closes the previous November 30. Please visit the Admissions & Records website for more information.
Submit an online application and pay the application fee online at Cal State Apply. If you cannot access the application online you can print out a hard copy. Mail the application and $55 check or money order made out to CSUF to:
Once you have submitted your application send an official copy of your high school transcript. If you have taken any courses at a university or college, you will also need to send official transcripts from those institutions to the above address.
You can check the status of your application to a bachelor's program by logging onto www.fullerton.edu/titanonline with your CWID (Campus Wide ID) and PIN (Personal Identification Number). Both were provided to you in a letter sent by the Office of Admissions and Records shortly after you applied.
Visit the Student Financial Services page for fee information. The link to "Fee Information" on the left will give you information on Registration Fees (required for all students) and Non-Resident Tuition (required for students who are not legal residents of California for residency purposes).
More information about undergraduate admissions can be found at Admissions and Records and the Catalog. Information about transfer credit (AP, community college, etc.) is also available. You can also use www.assist.org to determine whether or not courses you've taken at a community college are equivalent to courses at CSUF.
In order to meet the minimum requirements for undergraduate (bachelor's degree) admission, international applicants who are graduates of secondary schools must have preparation equivalent to that required of eligible California high school graduates. You must have completed all requirements of the secondary school and have proof of your degree.
Understand and appreciate general music theory in both literature and performance-based styles. This course relates music to other subjects from lectures, recordings, and demonstration. This is a good way to knock off an arts requirement for many non-music majors.
Another course that is offered and will fulfill an arts requirement. The class is designed for non-art majors and students will experience various field trips.
Anthropology is a great field to experiment with when unsure of what it is that you want to major in. This class looks at alternate views on people in both natural and cultural setting for Western civilizations. It also goes over the effect that non-western people have had on Western lives.
Spanish is an entirely useful language to know if living in the United States, even the smallest amounts of experience. Gain listening and comprehension skills by writing and speaking Spanish from this beginner level of the language.
A great course for anyone who thinks that they may be interested in the sciences. This class does not do any math or science itself but gives the student an overall idea of what it would be like to study the quantitative and qualitative reasoning behind many scientific ideas.
Study celestial motion, our own solar system, the structure of our galaxy, and the theories behind the origination of our universe. This course is a great way of fulfilling a science-based requirement and is certainly more easy going than most.
Geology is known for being a class that requires only memorization. Be introduced to the science behind the earth's rocks, fossils, volcanoes, and oceans in this introductory level course through field and educational practice.