Computer Science & Applied Mathematics

Boston University
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Technology has fueled rapid innovation throughout every industry, and continues to evolve at a breakneck pace. Professionals with skills in applied mathematics and computer science areas will be well prepared for emerging roles across a variety of sectors.

Rated the number one city in the U.S. for next-wave startups by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Boston is an ideal place to gain hands-on experience in a thriving hub of technology, science, and innovation.

This track offers computer science and math majors an opportunity to expand their academic knowledge through higher level courses, as well as giving students a first-hand glimpse of how careers can be developed in these areas of study.

Applicants to this track must have completed a minimum of one year of college mathematics or computer science course work by the start of the program.

Summer 1: The Academic Phase

You'll spend your first six weeks of the Summer Study Internship Program taking two 4-credit courses chosen from offerings in computer science or mathematics.

Computer Science Majors

Choose Two:

CAS CS 131 Combinatoric Structures

CAS CS 237 Probability in Computing

CAS CS 320 Concepts of Programming Languages

MET CS 201 Introduction to Programming

MET CS 232 Programming with Java

MET CS 248 Discrete Mathematics

CAS CS 132 Geometric Algorithms

MET CS 432 Introduction to IT Project Management

CAS CS 330 Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms

CAS CS 455 Computer Networks

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Boston , United States