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Computer Science

College of the Sciences

Computer Science Minors

Computer Science Minor

The information below can be used to see the prerequisites for the core courses in the Computer Science minor. It is subject to change and cannot replace the academic planning available through an advisor in the Computer Science Department.

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The Computer Science Minor course catalog can be viewed here.

Required Courses and Prerequisites:

CS 110:  Programming Fundamentals I
CS 111:  Programming Fundamentals II
       -  CS 110 and one of MATH 153 or MATH 154 or MATH 172 or MATH 173
CS 301Data Structures  -  CS 111 and MATH 154
CS 311:  Computer Architecture I  -  C or higher in CS 111
MATH 130Finite Mathematics 
      -  Students must achieve an appropriate test score or successfully complete the required prerequisite course/s before
           enrolling in a Quantitative Reasoning course

MATH 154Pre-Calculus II  -  MATH 153 with a grade of C or higher or satisfactory score on math placement exam
MATH 260Sets and Logic 
      -  MATH 173 with a grade of C or higher or MATH 172 and CS 301 with grades of C or higher


Applied Computer Science Minor

This minor is designed for students who wish to integrate a computer science component into their curriculum. This minor is appropriate for any student who wishes to include an enhanced technical computer science background as part of their overall curriculum.

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The Applied Computer Science Minor course catalog can be viewed here.

Required Courses and Prerequisites:

CS 110:  Programming Fundamentals I
CS 111:  Programming Fundamentals II
       -  CS 110 and one of MATH 153 or MATH 154 or MATH 172 or MATH 173
CS 301Data Structures  -  CS 111 and MATH 154
CS 311:  Computer Architecture I  -  C or higher in CS 111
MATH 130Finite Mathematics 
      -  Students must achieve an appropriate test score or successfully complete the required prerequisite course/s before
           enrolling in a Quantitative Reasoning course

MATH 154Pre-Calculus II  MATH 153 with a grade of C or higher or satisfactory score on math placement exam
   or  Bus 221Introductory Business Statistics 
              -  ECON 130 or MATH 130 or higher with a minimum grade of C- or higher
Department Approved Electives 
      -  At least one course will be in computer science. The other electives will be computer related and may be selected from
           the student’s major with the approval of an advisor.

 

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