The Bachelor of Computer Science or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (abbreviated BCompSc or BCS or BSCS or B.Sc. CS) is a type of bachelor's degree awarded after collegiate study in computer science. In general, computer science degree programs emphasize the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing.
The Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc or BVSC; Latin Baccalaureus Veterinariae Scientiae), "Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine" (BVetMed), or "Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery" ("BVM&S" or "BVMS") is a degree for studies in veterinary medicine in the United Kingdom, Australia, and several other countries outside the United States and Canada.
The Bachelor of Science with a major in information science is a flexible program offering a wide range of concentrations, including technological fields, making you more marketable. Concentrations or minors chosen by students in this program often become an area of specialization for graduate study.
This degree program is an approved pathway (“similar” major) for students earning the ADT in Computer Science. California legislation SB 1440 (2009) mandated the creation of the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) to be awarded by the California Community Colleges.
Students interested in earning a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science, including Transfer students, are initially admitted to the University of Arizona as Pre-Computer Science majors. If you are interested in the CS undergraduate program, please visit our Prospective Students page.
The Bachelor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence is a top-tier program for disruptive individuals aspiring to change the world of technology as we know it. In this degree, participants use design theory and innovation to build digital technology that breaks new ground.
UC’s online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program provides students with an in-depth science background to prepare them for the opportunity through further studies to work in fields such as physical therapy, medicine, dentistry, exercise science, occupational therapy, public health, health administration, physician’s assistant ...