Okay, so computers and networking make sense to you, but you’re not sure which major to go with. Click on the box that interests you to get the scoop on how to turn your interest into a career-building degree, and be sure to read the fine print at the bottom of the page to make sure you’ve got what it takes to see your computer science dream to fruition.*
*Before you can graduate with a computer science degree, you’ve got to be accepted into the School of Computing, and calling yourself a computer science major doesn’t mean you’re in. Once you start at Southern, you’ve got to complete English 101 and 102, earn a “C” or better in at least 6 hours of computer courses, maintain an overall 2.25 GPA or higher, and earn at least a 2.25 GPA in your computing classes.