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  Stonehill College
   320 Washington Street
North Easton, MA 02357


John von Neumann
1903 - 1957

Computer Engineering

B.A./B.S. - A Cooperative Program With 
The University of Notre Dame

Stonehill College and The University of Notre Dame offer a combination five year B.A./B.S. program in computer science and Computer Engineering. Students enrolled in the program spend three years at Stonehill College and two years at The University of Notre Dame. Those who complete the program will receive two degrees: A Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science from Stonehill College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from The University of Notre Dame. The combination A.B./B.S. program ensures that students will graduate with both a strong liberal arts background and the requisite knowledge for a career in the computer industry.
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 Year One

CSC  103 Computer Science I 
CSC  104 Computer Science II
MTH 125 Calculus I 
MTH 126 Calculus II
PHY 121 Physics I
PHY 122 Physics II

Year Two

CSC  201 Discrete Mathematics I
CSC 211 Data Structures
CSC  221 Computer Logic and Organization
MA 261 Multivariable Calculus
LC 207 Mathematical Experiments in Computer  Science**

**A learning community (General Education Program)

Year Three

MTH 251 Linear Algebra OR
CSC 202 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science II

CHM 113 General Chemistry I
CHM 232 Introductory Physical and Analytical Chemistry

Four additional upper level computer science courses chosen in consultation with the Director of the Engineering Program    


Years Four and Five 

At The University of  Notre Dame.  Read more about  computer engineering at Notre Dame.