BA C&I Advising Materials

BA C&I Advising Materials

Advising Materials for the BA in C&I

By design, the BA in Computing and Informatics has a large number of free electives. But, to turn a phrase from a popular superhero graphic novel, "great freedom carries with it great responsibility." It is important for all C&I majors to make sure that you are tailoring the BA degree such that you will graduate with strong areas of specialization. The links below will help you achieve the best possible C&I degree for you in an efficient and well-planned manner.

Please see your advisor often!

Hopefully, these materials are useful as you progress towards your bachelor's degree. However, be wary of self-advising. There might be new and emerging options open to you and not yet reflected in these documents.

More critically, your advisor is here as a resource to you.The BA degree is nuanced. Your advisor can help you customize this degree for you! She or he will also have a good idea about special scheduling constraints / opportunities.

  • Is a particular BA course only offered in the Spring?
  • What online choices exist? Will there be any Summer options?
  • What new developments can we expect in this major?

Program Guide

The formal BA Program Guide used by University Advising. This contains the requirements to fulfill the major.

Graphical Pre-req Guide

A graphical guide to the courses in the major, showing their pre-requisites.

Optional Concentrations

Customize your degree by adding a Concentration (formerly known as Specialization) as a special focus area which will appear on your transcript.

Great Combinations

The BA degree was meant to be coupled with other great Rowan programs.

Changing your focus?

After exposure to the BS, might the BA be a better option? If so, which BS courses can be counted?

Minor in Computer Science

Interested to get a glimpse of Computer Science?