On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, Johns Hopkins University held its annual commencement at the Royal Farms Arena. The Department of…More
Our department offers a Bachelor of Science degree as the primary technical program for undergraduates and a Bachelor of Arts degree for students desiring a liberal arts focus or combining Computer Science with a non-engineering major. We also offer a Computer Engineering (CE) degree in partnership with the ECE department. The majority of our majors pursue the bachelor of science; formal objectives and outcomes for this program are listed below.
Below are some of the most popular focus areas for majors in computer science, reflecting the particular strengths of the department and school. A list of elective CS courses belonging to each area may be found on this diagram.
Students come and go from the CS major frequently, but we’ve captured here the enrollment statistics for the 2nd week of each Fall semester, as well as the number of graduating students.
|Primary BS majors||enrollment numbers for 2nd Week of Fall|
|1st year BS||34||32||53||47||59|
|2nd year BS||35||42||44||62||55|
|3rd year BS||26||36||48||49||69|
|4th year BS||25||23||36||44||60|
|5th year BS||4||3||2||4||2|
|all years BS 1st major||124||136||183||206||245|
|all years BA 1st major||3||3||3||4||8|
|all years 2nd majors||15||37||51||53||66|
|all years Minors||22||32||43||63||67|
|graduation numbers for August + December + May of each AY|
|BS 1st major graduates||27||25||35||38||47|
|BA 1st major graduates||4||1||2||3||3|
|2nd major graduates||4||10||12||7||17|
The B.S. in Computer Science degree program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
(What we want our graduates to be able to DO several years after graduation.)
(What skills we expect our students to have by graduation, to facilitate the objectives.)