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Comment: Re:Requirements at some places go beyond that. (Score 1) 1203

by Damn_Canuck (#9068539) Attached to: Math And The Computer Science Major
What the parent DIDN'T tell you is that he never showed up to most of his classes, and when he did he majored in sleeping. Just ask my shoulder. He fell asleep on it in automata a few times. And not at the back of the room.

Seriously, though, the classes at our alma mater were quite good, when taken with the right professor. With the math requirements for computer science there, all it would take is one more math class (calculus 3) to give any comp sci student a minor in mathematics. I know quite a few, though, who achieved the double major in math and computer science without too many complications (Diff-Eq is required in that case, as are certain other high-level classes).

Theory is gray, but the golden tree of life is green. -- Goethe

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