Bachelor of Arts in Computer & Information Science (BA CIS)
Note: The BA CIS program is not accredited by any commission of ABET, Inc. (http://www.abet.org); and has not sought such accreditation.
The BA CIS program (through the College of Arts and Science) offers students a broad, liberal education, along with specialized study in computer and information science. The program permits students to combine the study of computer science with the study of some related field that has a strong potential for computing applications.
Complete information about the program is available in the following pages:
- Program Objectives and Outcomes
- Prerequisites for admission to
- Bingo sheet (pdf) (a checklist of
requirements that you may use to ensure that you have met, or will meet by
the time of graduation, all requirements of the BA CIS program).
If you joined OSU before Su 2012, please see the conversion to semesters page to see the requirements that will apply to you. Also, if you not yet completed the individualized transition plan described in that page, please check with the Advising Office immediately.
- Academic standards, probation, etc.: Students are required to maintain
appropriate academic standards, as determined by ASC; students who fail to
do so are subject to probation, dismissal, or other action. Please see
- Graduation requirements and procedures.
Students may access their Degree Audit Report (DAR) on-line at the University Registrar's site. The DAR is an up-to-date list of courses completed toward the degree and courses yet-to-be taken. The Advising Report available at the same site may also be useful.