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Is physics required if you're a cs major in college?

I was told that as a cs major, you are required to take a few physics classes but I don't really see the correlation between physics and cs so I'm not really sure.

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Andrew’s Answer

Computer science is not physics. However, the level of physics you may have to get into depends on particular emphasis of your chosen discipline.

Nonetheless, since computer science is a STEM discipline, you may have to take General Physics I & II to satisfy the science prerequisites.
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Davinder’s Answer

No physics is not required for CS major
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