I really want to do two majors because, as stated before, I want a sexy ass resume. My classes are still indecisive because my AP Exam Scores haven't been processes and won't be til the 2nd or 3rd week of July. ;\ Also, I have to take the Chemistry Placement Exam on Thursday to see if I'm capable of taking Chemistry 105 instead of Chemistry 101.
The College of Letters and Science cooperates with the College of Engineering and Applied Science to offer a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (AMCS). The primary objective of this degree is to educate students who are better able to do problem solving in the technical fields that require skills in both analytical math and computer science. The flexibility built into the AMCS degree allows students to acquire these skills it the context of a program designed around their own interests. The program is administered by an advisory committee composed of faculty members from both the College of Letters and Science and the College of Engineering and Applied Science. For additional information, see the Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Degree Program description in the Inter-School/College Programs section of this catalog.