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Mar 7 2018

Transfer Guide – Computer Science

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1 Student must take all courses to receive transfer credit.
2 Take either PHY 231 + 232 or 241 + 242, but do not mix. For PHY 241 + 242, both courses must be taken before credit will be awarded from Virginia Tech.
3 If CSC 201 is not taught in Java, then take ITP 120 (equals CS 1114). Questions may be directed to the Computer Science Department at (540) 231-6931.

Comments:
1. All students are subject to the Virginia Tech Curriculum for Liberal Education in the areas of humanities, social sciences, creativity and aesthetics, and critical issues in global context. Students should consult the relevant sections of this guide before taking community college courses in these areas to avoid possible loss of credit. Warning: Choose equivalent Liberal Education humanities/ social science courses with care. Not all community college courses have Virginia Tech equivalents, and not all transfer at the same amount of credit. In general, courses without Virginia Tech equivalents will not be accepted for transfer credit by the College of Engineering.

2. The College of Engineering has an articulation agreement with the Virginia Community College System. Students may elect to fulfill the articulation agreement requirements and take their remaining major requirements at Virginia Tech. Note that some majors may be full, and choice of major is not guaranteed.

Foreign Language Requirement

Computer Requirement:
All students in the College of Engineering, including transfer students, are required to purchase a personal computer. Check the Engineering Education website to obtain current requirements for hardware and software. Computer hardware and software can be purchased through the university at substantial discounts. It is advisable to get current pricing information from the College before purchasing hardware and/or software. Note that original copies of software licenses for software to be used in Engineering Education courses will be required by the ENGE faculty. Students who do not produce these original software licenses will be dropped from the course.


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