If you have any questions regarding the major requirements, send an email to the Undergraduate Program Administrator.
Students must complete CSCI-UA 101, Introduction to Computer Science (or higher) with a grade of C or better before they may declare a major in this department.
Core Requirements (7)
Electives vary every fall and spring semester and are NOT offered in the summer. Students may substitute a 400-level elective with one of the following Math classes: MATH-UA.0122 Calculus II, MATH-UA.0140 Linear Algebra, and/or MATH-UA.0235 Probability and Statistics; a maximum of two classes can be substituted.
REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED AT NYU FALL 2014 OR LATER
An interdisciplinary major offered jointly by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, providing the opportunity to study both computer science and such relevant mathematics courses as analysis, algebra, probability, and statistics.
The requirements are ten courses numbered MATH-UA 120 or higher, except MATH-UA 125, 211, 212, 213 or 246 from the Mathematics Department, which must include:
And two of the following:
And one additional Math course numbered MATH-UA 120 or higher, except MATH-UA 211, 212, 213 or 270.
The requirements are eight courses from the Computer Science Department, which must include:
A grade of C or better is required in all these courses to fulfill the major requirement.
Computer Science Requirements (9)
Economics Requirements - Theory Concentration (9)
Mathematics Requirements (4)