Minor in Computer Science
If you declared the minor before Fall 2020, you may use the old Minor in Computer Science curriculum (Minor in Computer Science (Old)).
Computers are extremely pervasive in the modern world, and important connections have been established between computer science and virtually every other field of study. Thus, a computer science minor is a valuable enhancement to majors in other fields, whether in the sciences, social sciences, arts, humanities, business, etc.
(More specifically focused minors are also offered in Minor in Information Technology and Minor in Computer Crime and Forensics. In addition, majors are offered in the interdisciplinary fields of Bioinformatics, B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, and B.S. in Physics with Computer Science, as well as in B.S. in Computer Science, B.S. in Communication Networks and Security, B.S. in Information Technology, and B.S. in Software Engineering.)
Curriculum 21 Credit Hours
COMP 125: Visual Information Processing or COMP 150: Introduction to Computing or COMP 180: Computing and Data Analysis for the Sciences or 3 credits of a 300-level COMP course
One 300-level computer science elective
COMP 391: Internship in Computer Science is not allowed for any of the 300-level electives.