Undergraduate Senior Capstone (CSC 400)

The CSC 400: CS Project Seminar course is the capstone experience for the major and is taken during the last semester of a student's senior year.  This course requires students to develop a software solution to a real world problem.  It is a chance for students to showcase all that they learned in Southern's computer science curriculum combined with what students have learned on their own.  

The following website provides all of the pertinent information about the course.

               https://sites.google.com/view/csc400-info/home

This course requires students to work in teams (no larger than 3 students). 

To register for the course, students must receive department approval from the instructor who is teaching the course.  Once a student receives permission to register, he/she will be notified by the department and then can register for the course on Banner Web.  It is critically important that students do NOT wait until a few days before the start of the semester because it is possible that students will not have their proposal approved in time when classes start.

CSC 400 is offered every Fall and Spring semester and is often offered in the Summer Session (May - Aug) as well.

CSC 400 is a writing-intensive course and is approved as a W course while also fulfilling the Tier 3 requirement of the LEP program.