Computer Science Minor

The minor program in Computer Science addresses a growing demand for professionals who have both strong discipline-specific knowledge and substantial competency in computer science. The minor program in Computer Science is intended to educate non-computing majors in the core computer science topics of programming and data structures, plus other advanced computer science coursework that fits the student’s interests.

Fifteen credits are necessary to fulfill the requirements of the Computer Science minor. All students must pass either CSE 2050 or 2100. The additional 12 credits in CSE courses must be from courses numbered 2000 or higher.

The minor is not open to students majoring in Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, or Computer Engineering.

The minor is offered by the Computer Science and Engineering Department. For more information, contact Robert McCartney in the Computer Science and Engineering Department.

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