Computer Science Minor

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There are two degree options available to those who would like to minor in computer science: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. Computer science would be a great addition to any degree, but it fits especially well for the student who likes to be creative and use knowledge to build models, theories and applications. Completing a minor in computer science will give you more opportunities when entering the job force with a high need for computer science professionals.


Computer Science

Bachelor of Science
  1. CSC 130(3); and CSC 121(3) or 125(4) or 131(4)
  2. Six additional hours from eligible CSC courses numbered 232 or higher to bring total hours in minor to at least 12. Courses not eligible: CSC 399, 500, 505, and 510.

Computer Science

Bachelor of Arts
  1. CSC 130(3); and CSC 121(3) or 125(4) or 131(4)
  2. Nine additional hours from eligible CSC courses numbered 232 or higher to bring total hours in minor to at least 15. Courses not eligible: CSC 399, 500, 505, and 510.

For a Bachelor of Arts minor in computer science, students must complete nine elective computer science courses (CSC) numbered 232 or above and the required courses to bring total hours in minor to at least 15.

For a Bachelor of Science minor in computer science, students must complete six hours of CSC courses numbered 232 or above and the required courses to bring the total hours in the minor to 12.

Consult with an advisor to select the plan that best fits your needs.

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