Computer Science

Announcements

  
  • Permission to Add (PTA) Policy
    The Department of Computer Science cannot guarantee you a seat in the class if you are on the waitlist, so please find a backup plan as soon as possible. Whenever possible our department tries to expand the capacity of the class, but we are sometimes limited by classroom space and TA and instructor resources. Your ...
  • New Undergraduate Curriculum Changes
    Department Changes New lower division courses will begin Fall 2018. The Computer Science Department will be changing their lower division courses from ECS 30/40/60 to ECS 36A/B/C. New non-major courses will be introduced as well–ECS 32A/B–as well as an intensive programming course, ECS 34, for those that complete the 32 series and wish to change their ...
  • Undergraduate Major Advising Hold Appointment Changes
    The Department of Computer Science will be receiving additional advising support from the Engineering Undergraduate Office, beginning Spring Quarter 2018. This will affect how the department handles major advising hold appointments. All CS and CSE first-years, sophomores, and juniors with major advising holds will need to book their hold appointment with the Engineering Undergraduate Office. All CS and ...
  • Engineering Transfer Student Change of Major
    For all students who matriculated to UC Davis as transfer students, in order to change your major to Computer Science and Engineering, you must: Be a registered student and have completed at least one quarter (minimum of 12 units) at UC Davis. Have completed not more than 135 cumulative units, excluding AP units. Be in good academic standing and ...
  • Plan for Transfer Student Success!
    Starting at a Community College and then transferring to a four-year University is a great way to get a college education at a reasonable cost. Here at the UC Davis College of Letters and Science, you can transfer into the Computer Science major as a third-year student. If you come with the right preparation, you ...
  • Computational Biology Minor Offered by the Department of Computer Science
    Overview: Technological advances in the past 15 years have revolutionized biological sciences, as they have allowed large-scale simulations and high-throughput experiments throughout the Tree of Life. Unarguably, there is a need for computational methods that enable us to efficiently store, analyze and visualize the plethora of biological information available. Scientific methods from many areas of ...

 

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