A minor in Computer Science provides students from other disciplines with basic knowledge and practice in computing that would enable them to develop simple or advanced applications in their field of study.
A minor in Computer Science is comprised of 15 credits. Students select the sequence of computer science courses, with the help of their advisor, according to their needs and interests. The choice should include at least 9 credits out of the Computer Science concentration requirements and should not include CSCE 315. Students are required to plan their courses such that no more than six Computer Science credits are taken in one semester.