What is the difference between the electrical engineering & computer sciences (EECS) major in the College of Engineering and computer science major in Letters & Science?

The lower-division requirements for the EECS computer science option offered in the College of Engineering emphasize science and math and lead to a Bachelor of Science degree. Computer science in the College of Letters & Science requires a greater number of non-technical courses and leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree. More information about the two programs can be found on the EECS website.