The Computer Studies Minor is designed for students having an interest in computer and information science. The Computer Studies Minor will provide students with the academic background necessary to understand the application of computers to solve every day and scientific problems. The study of computing requires a creative imagination and develops multidimensional problem solving skills. Students should recognize and gracefully accept that an ability to acquire and use mathematical tools is an assumed part of their minor.
In order to pursue a Computer Studies Minor a student must prepare by taking the following preparatory courses or their equivalents:
The following courses are recommended for the Computer Studies Minor:
Required Courses(16-19 credits)
Student Learning Outcomes
- Critical Thinking
- Analytical Reasoning
- Problem Solving