Minor - Computer Science
The minor in computer science enables students to develop an
understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques of computing
science. Students thus can enhance their studies in other disciplines
by adding a dimension of algorithmic thinking and developing practical
computational skills useful in many areas of contemporary society.
A minor in computer science consists of 18 hours of computer science
courses including CSci 111, 112, 211, 3 additional credit hours at the
200 level or above, and 6 additional hours at the 300 level or above.
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