Minor Requirements

The Computer Science option for non-engineering students is intended for use by departments that use it
as a minor. Students must take the following three courses:

CSCI 100 Introduction to Computer Science
CSCI 135 Computer Science I
CSCI 136 Computer Science II
At least two additional courses (more if required by the student’s own departments) must be taken from the following list, or courses from the department approved by the chair and course instructor

CSCI 201 Computer Organization I
CSCI 202 Computer Organization II
CSCI 165 Scientific Computing for Eng.
ELEG 211 Intro to Digital Systems
CSCI 432 Database Systems
MATH 181 Discrete Structures
CSCI 354 Computer Science III
CSCI 363 Large Scale Programming
CSCI 379 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction
CSCI 421 Computer & Video Gaming Development
CSCI 402 Mobile Application Development

Any other selection must be approved in advance by the chair of the department.

Intro to Digital Systems (ELEG-211) should not be taken until the student has completed Computer Science II (CSCI 136) and Computer Organization I (CSCI 201).

Discrete Structures (MATH 181) should not be taken until the student has completed Computer Science II (CSCI 136). Calculus is also a prerequisite for MATH 181. Minors based on this option may choose to count a calculus course taken from the department of Mathematics as part of the minor.

Large Scale Programming (CSCI-363) should not be taken until the student has completed Computer
Science III (CSCI 354), Mobile Application Development (CSCI-402) should not be taken until the student has completed Computer Science III (CSCI 354).

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