Academics

Texas CSB students receive a top-ranked education at one of the nation’s premier universities. Our top-ranked faculty push students to think outside the box and learn the varied business and computer science disciplines. The curriculum is comprised of 44 classes, taken with 30-40 students, exposing students to all facets of business and computer science. Texas CSB offers distinct benefits for students looking toward careers in today’s tech-focused business world. The program is an outstanding opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and for students interested in data and marketing analytics, financial engineering, and leadership roles in tech companies.

 

Sample Course Sequence        Curriculum

 

Curriculum

 

Joint Courses

Professional Development & Career Planning (BA/CS 102H)

Honors Lyceum (BA/CS 152H)

Longhorn Startup Lab (CS 374L)

Internship Credit – Online Modules (BA/CS 353H)

 

Computer Science Courses

Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science (CS 311H)

Algorithms & Complexity (CS 331H)

Data Structures (CS 314H)

Computer Organization & Architecture (CS 429H)

Principles of Computer Systems (CS 439H)

Matrices or Linear Algebra (M 340L/SDS 329C)

Introduction to Probability & Statistics (SDS 321)

Computer Science Upper Division Electives

 

Math Requirements

Advanced Calculus Sequence (408C and 408D)

or

Traditional Calculus Sequence (408N, 408S, and 408M)

Business Courses

Business Communications (BA 324H)

Financial Accounting (ACC 311H) and Managerial Accounting (ACC 312H)

Introduction to Information Technology Management (MIS 301H)

Statistics & Modeling (STA 371H)

Corporate Finance (FIN 357H)

Operations Management (OM 335H)

Organizational Behavior (MAN 336H)

Introduction to Marketing (MKT 337H)

Business Law (LEB 323H)

Innovation & Entrepreneurship (MAN 327H)

General Management & Strategy (MAN 374H)

Microeconomics (ECO 304K)

Macroeconomics (ECO 304L)

Human Behavior (ANT/PSY/SOC)

Business Upper Division Electives

 

University Core Curriculum

First Year Signature Course (3)

English Composition (3)

Humanities (3)

American & Texas Government (6)

American History (6)

 

Social & Behavioral Science (3) (Fulfilled by Econ)

Visual & Performing Arts (3)

Sci/Tech I & Sci/Tech II (9)