Computer Science, Minor

The Computer Science Minor provides an excellent complement of courses for students majoring in the sciences, mathematics, and disciplines that require enhanced computational resources and skills. Courses in Java programming, discrete mathematics, operating systems, and data structures provide a foundation in computer science and computational concepts. Additional courses such as computational methods, telecommunications and networks, and database design provide further study of related subjects. 

Required: 15 Credits
CS 101Computer Science I3
CS 102Computer Science II3
CS 202Discrete Structures I3
CS 206Concepts of Operating Systems3
CS 209Data Structures3
Required Electives: 6 Credits
Select six credits from the following courses:6
CS 210Fundamentals of Telecommunication and Network3
or CS 410 Telecommunications & Networks
CS 232Introduction to Data Bases & Discrete Search3
or CS 306 Data Base Design
MATH 193Calculus and Analytic Geometry II4
MATH 260Linear Algebra3
INTD 180Computer Tools For Science and Mathematics3
Elective: 3 Credits
Select three credits from Computer Science courses numbered 300 or higher (for which the student has completed the appropriate prerequisite)3