Computer Science Minor

The Computer Science minor offers students the opportunity to study computation including the design and analysis of algorithms (step-by-step sequences of instructions for carrying out some task), the formalization of algorithms as programs, and the development of computing devices for executing those programs. A minor in computer science provides a strong foundation in computing that can complement other major fields and also prepare graduates for assessing the technology they use in everyday life. 

Minor in Computer Science Requirements: 18 Credits*

CSC 221Introduction to Programming3
CSC 222Object-Oriented Programming3
CSC Upper-Level Electives 1
Select four CSC courses (12 credits) of 300-level or above 212
Total Credits18