Computer Science Minor
A computer science minor helps students develop a strong foundation in computer systems. Many students who minor in computer science major in another area in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Computing is used extensively in the sciences now more than ever. Math and physics majors benefit from learning to write their own computer software, which helps solve equations and formulas.
A computer science minor also can be beneficial to students majoring in management information systems because those areas are closely related.
The minor in computer science is an eighteen hour course of study that must include Computer Science 1336, 1337, 2315, and one course from Computer Science 1301, 1315 or 1351, and six advanced hours.