The Computer Science Minor Program is designed to provide fundamental concepts and skills in computer science. The requirements focus on programming methodology and skills, computer and network organization, relevant mathematical skills, laboratory courses with programming projects, and design and analysis of algorithms. The minor provides a solid foundation for students majoring in areas of Mathematics, Computation, and Engineering. Students in Bachelor's Degree programs in Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry are well suited to this minor.
Course Requirements (19 credits)
CIS 105, 280L Introduction to Programming in C/UNIX + laboratory
CIS 201 Foundation of Computer Science
CIS 410 Computer Architecture
CIS 451 Foundation of Operating Systems
MAT 215 Discrete Mathematics
One Computer Science elective course at the 300 level or above.