Minor in Computer Science Programming

About

In the Computer Science Programming minor, you’ll learn foundational programming principles. You’ll also study data structures and discrete mathematics. In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of computer science electives.

Curriculum & Requirements

Computer Science Programming Minor

This minor provides a solid core of computer science knowledge in support of other fields of inquiry and employment.

Notes:

  • advancement programming exam clearance may be required;
  • there are math prerequisites for courses in this minor MATH 114, MATH 141, MATH 142.

Grade Requirements: As a computer science student, you are expected to maintain an overall university GPA ≥2.3. Each computer science course must be completed with a minimum grade ≥C+. All supporting courses required by the department must be completed with a minimum grade ≥C.

Required Courses
CSCD 210PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES I5
CSCD 211PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES II5
CSCD 212OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING WITH DESIGN PATTERNS5
CSCD 300DATA STRUCTURES5
Electives–choose two CSCD courses with prior departmental approval required.8-10
Total Credits28-30

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