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Computer Science

The study of computer science offers a student the opportunity to develop problem solving facility and helps develop skills which have broad utility in theory and application and are amongst the most sought after by employers. The abstraction of real-world problems, the construction of algorithms to display and transform data, and the theory of computation are all central concerns of computer science.

The minor in computer science can be effectively combined with any major. Whether studied with professional goals in mind, to supplement the study of any other field, or just for interest’s sake, computer science offers a powerful way to approach many challenging problems. When combined with selected courses in mathematics and physics, the minor will help prepare the student for graduate work in computer science and related fields.

Requirements

Courses – Course Title – Credit Hours

  • CSCI 151 – Computer Programming I – 3
  • CSCI 156 – Computer Programming II – 3
  • One of the following – 3
    • CSCI 225 – Matlab and Labview
    • MATH 232 – Introduction to Data Science
    • MATH 234 – Discrete Mathematics
  • CSCI 251 – Algorithms and Data Structures – 4
  • One of the following: – 3
    • CSCI 336 – Operating Systems
    • CSCI 346 – Software Development

Total Hours for Minor in Computer Science – 16

Course List

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