Lewis Clark State College

Program Name: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science
Program Length: 4 years
Tuition: $5,562 per year, full-time, resident, $15,476 per year, full-time, non-resident (Tuition and fees for 2012-2013) School Type: 4-year, public; about 4,700 undergraduate students
Lewis Clark's program requires 128 credits to graduate, about a quarter of which are general education requirements, with the rest covering computer science, math and science coursework. During the course of this degree program, you will take core computer science classes in programming, algorithms and data structures, query languages and computer organization and architecture. Your math coursework will include calculus, discrete mathematics and linear algebra. Additionally, you will take a logic class and physics classes. Lewis-Clark also requires a practicum/internship work-based learning component along with a seminar for future professionals.
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University of Idaho

As a student at the University of Idaho, you will benefit from a practical orientation to computer science; cutting-edge, world-class research; a congenial, accessible faculty; and an active student population. The Department of Computer Science offers degree programs at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels, including master's and doctoral programs through distance learning and centers throughout the state. This program consists of a carefully designed computer science core, surrounded by an extensive array of challenging technical elective courses. The core consists of courses in algorithms and data structures, programming languages, computer architecture, operating systems, files and database, theory of computation, and a senior capstone design sequence. All of these courses have important components of theory, abstraction, and design.
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