Computer Science Minor
This minor allows non-computer science majors to gain skills important in a modern world abounding in CS-related technologies.
|Minor Requirements (24 credits)|
|ISCS-140||Programming Foundations I||4|
|CS-185||Programming Foundations II||4|
|CS-280||Data Structures & Algorithms||4|
|MATH-135||Discrete Math for Computer Science||4|
|or MATH-211||Calculus I|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Website Design & Construction|
|Operating System Administration|
|Operating Systems Design|
Upon completion of the Computer Science minor:
- Students will demonstrate software development skills in at least one computer language through the commonly accepted level of "data structures".
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental data structures and algorithms.
- Students will analyze problems and identify the computing theory and/or mathematical techniques appropriate for their solution.
- Students will understand and apply advanced computer science technology and critically analyze its implications and role in society.