The Computer Science Minor

The Computer Science minor is a course of study designed for students who wish to obtain a working knowledge of Computer Science fundamentals, to include computational theory, discrete structures, and the application of Logic to both hardware and software development. A minor in Computer Science can enhance the value of a wide variety of majors. 

Students may develop an individualized major by doing research or taking an internship.

 

NOTE

* Students may use MTH 115 and MTH 210 to satisfy core requirements. 

Summary of Requirements for a Minor in Computer Science

Item #
Title
Credits
CSC Elective (3 credits)  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
19
Total credits:
19

Overview

Program