Computer Science (B.S.)

Florida International University

Miami, Florida, USA
Computer Science (B.S.)
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • There are two tracks available in the upper-division program for B.S. in Computer Science. The Computer Science (CS) track should be followed by the student who intends to continue on to graduate study in computer science
  • The Software Design and Development (SDD) track may be followed by the student who intends to pursue a software engineering career. This section explains the requirements for the Computer Science track
  • CS students are required to take two additional one-semester courses in science for science majors with a strong emphasis on quantitative methods
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1359774 INR
Hostel & Meals671904 INR
Insurance194672 INR
Transportation161274 INR
Books and supplies98874 INR
Personal Expenses191303 INR
Fees29150 INR
Total1347177 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Applicants must have a high school degree from an accredited institution
  • This is the high school course load required for applying first-year students. Taking courses beyond these minimum requirements can improve your chances of acceptance.
    • 4 credits of English
    • 4 credits of mathematics (at or above Algebra I or higher)
    • 3 credits of natural science (two must have included substantial lab requirements)
    • 3 credits of social science (includes anthropology, history, civics, political science, economics, sociology, psychology and/or geography)
    • 2 credits the second language
    • 2 credits in additional academic electives
ExamsIELTS: Accepted
  • Not mandatory

SAT: Accepted

Additional info
  • Applicants from non-English speaking countries, including internationally educated domestic students, must demonstrate proficiency in English. For direct admission to FIU, the international first time in college students is not required to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores. Students are required to meet the Florida Board of Governor's requirements for the college readiness largely determined by their SAT or ACT sub-section scores in Verbal/Reading and English sections. If students meet these sub-section scores and have the appropriate GPA, they are academically qualified for admission to FIU. Meeting minimum qualifications for admission does not guarantee admission into a specific term and/or program
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