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The Department of Computer Science offers a Minor in Computer Science intended for students who are majoring in other disciplines and who want to be competitive within the global marketplace of the Information Age. No matter what a student’s major is, a minor in computer science greatly expands what they can do, as well as the jobs which are open to them upon graduation. All disciplines now rely on computers as communication and processing tools.
Understanding the basic process for developing and running software provides students from every major more complete insights into how their computer tools work and enables them to better harness and exploit those tools for a competitive advantage. The minor provides a solid foundation for integrating computing principles and advancements into discipline, which will enhance the student’s eventual career options.
The minor requires the courses from Computer Science as follows:
|CSci 160||Computer Science I||(4)|
|CSci 130||Introduction to Scientific Programming||(4)|
|CSci 161||Computer Science II||(4)|
|* All 12 credit hours of Computer Science electives must be 200 level or above.|