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Minor in Computer Science

[ CS Minor for CATALOG YEARS: 2009 - 2011 ]
[ CS Minor for CATALOG YEARS: 2006 - 2008 ]

Provides students with a fundamental understanding of the computer and the basics of the development of computer applications.

Minor in Computer Science

Students may minor in computer science by taking CS 150, 250, 252, and 361 or 330, as well as two additional three-credit CS electives taken at the 400-level or from the following: CS 312, 330, 355, 361, 350, 381, and 390. A grade of C or better is required in each course. Students must also meet the University's requirements for a minor as described under Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees.

The curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology with an emphasis in computer engineering technology and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering contain a built-in minor in computer science.

Minor in Web Programming

Students may minor in Web Programming by taking CS 312, 330, 418 and one three-credit upper-level CS elective. A grade of C or better is required in any of these courses if they are used as a prerequisite to any other CS course. Students must also meet the University's requirements for a minor as described under Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees.