Answers: A computer science degree from an engineering arts school is technically needed, but these days anyone surrounded by a programming position seems to send for themselves a software engineer.
Going beside the CS degree: it depends on the university. In standard there are core classes
* three semesters of calculus
* differential equations/linear algebra
* lab base science (chemistry or physics)
* maybe a writing class if within is room in the agenda
Core CS classes:
* programming languages
* background structures
* operating systems
* some intro programming class
* computer architecture
Programs tend to fill out the remainder of the hours near their favorite topics. An elective or two might still be allowed (I had none). So conceivably some from the following:
* compiler construction
* intro to artificial intelligence
* intro graphics
* theoretical computer science
* a full-size project course
Each university tends to own their own requirements of math beyond the above. For example:
* discrete mathematics
Find a few programs you are interested contained by, and look through their catalog for a more complete answer.
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