To meet the programming requirement, you must have something to show your programming acumen like a certificate, work experience, bootcamp, classes taken, etc. Discuss your programming experience with an admissions advisor to determine if it would meet the requirement.
Experience and proficiency with any of the five programming languages would meet the programming requirement.
Yes, you must be proficient or have knowledge and experience with any of the following programming languages: Java, Python, C, C++, or C#.
Calculus I, Calculus II AND Linear Algebra.
It’s recommended you speak with an admissions advisor to gain more insight into your background as you might be eligible. Schedule an appointment with an advisor and have a copy of your resume and transcripts available.
You must complete Calculus I, Calculus II AND Linear Algebra to meet the math requirement.
Up to 42 credit hours.
30 credit hours.
You can find additional information about Baylor’s response to COVID-19 here: https://www.baylor.edu/coronavirus/
We are continuing to serve students without disruption during this time. Those who are inquiring about enrollment in the Baylor online Computer Science program are able to discuss options with an Enrollment Advisor who will work with them through the admissions process.
No. All classes are still scheduled to begin on the planned start date and are not impacted by COVID-19.