Computer Science - Minor

The minor in Computer Science provides the student with an introduction to the fundamentals of this area of study.  The minor, available to students in all majors (except for CPSC, COMP, CECN, and CEEN), focuses on developing a basic foundation in computing, including components of programming, data structures and algorithm analysis, and computer architecture.  The minor is administered by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.  Eligible students must submit an application in order to be considered for and allowed to pursue a minor in Computer Science.

CSCE 120Program Design and Concepts3-4
or CSCE 121   or Introduction to Program Design and Concepts 
CSCE 221Data Structures and Algorithms4
CSCE 222/ECEN 222Discrete Structures for Computing3
CSCE 312Computer Organization4
CSCE 313Introduction to Computer Systems3-4
or CSCE 314   or Programming Languages 
Total Semester Credit Hours17

Students must make a grade of C or better in all courses.

Completion of all minor coursework with GPA of 2.75 or better required.