A minor program is an arrangement of courses enabling a student to develop a degree of expertise and knowledge in an area of study in addition to his or her major academic program of study. A student with a major that has a significant overlap with Computer Science must first obtain permission from a CS adviser.
Students must take all of these courses:
|CDA 3103||Fundamentals of Computer Systems||COP 3337||Computer Programming II|
|COP 2210||Computer Programming I|
Two courses must be selected from the following list:
|CAP 4770||Introduction to Data Mining||COP 4338||Programming III|
|CDA 4101||Structured Computer Organization||COP 4520||Intro to Parallel Computing|
|CEN 4010||Software Engineering||COP 4555||Programming Languages|
|COP 3530||Data Structures||COP 4710||Database Management|
|COP 4226||Advanced Windows Programming||COT 3420||Logic for Computer Science|
NOTE: Student should ensure that he or she has the necessary prerequisites for the chosen courses.
At least nine of the credits for the minor must be taken from SCIS. Four of the minor courses cannot be courses that may be applied to the major program of the student.
A grade of "C" or better must be obtained in all courses required for the minor.
NOTE: A "C-" is not an acceptable grade.