In response to national curricular trends, the computer science curriculum at the University of North Florida has undergone three iterations since its inception in 1972. Experiences with the development of the North Florida curriculum coupled with recent exposure to the current thinking of the IEEE-CS Curriculum Committee motivate this paper. The curriculum as outlined in this paper owes its origins to the earlier ACM and IEEE-CS model curricula.
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