Computer Science DualDegree Engineering Mathematics Physics
Computer Science Minor
PEAKS  Professional Studies & Enhancements 
Course  Course Title  Credits 

MINOR REQUIREMENTS  
MAT150 or  Applied Calculus (MAT151 is equivalent)  4 
MAT252  Discrete Mathematics  3 
CSC150  Computer Science I  4 
CSC152  Computer Science II  4 
CSC160  Introduction to Computer Architecture  3 
CSC270  Applied Databases  3 
CSC235 or  Programming Languages or  3 
Student Learning Outcomes
 Critical Thinking
 Analytical Reasoning
 Problem Solving
Note: Students may elect to minor in Computer Studies (Natural Sciences and Mathematics PEAK)or in Computer Science (Professional Studies and Enhancements PEAK), but not both. MathematicsComputer Science majors may not minor in either Computer Studies or Computer Science.
DualDegree Engineering Minor
PEAKS  Natural Sciences & Mathematics  Professional Studies & Enhancements 
Course  Course Title  Credits 

MINOR REQUIREMENTS  
MAT/PHY  Mathematics and/or Physics UpperDivision (300 or 400level) Courses  9 
Acceptance to an approved engineering program  
The following courses are required for most fields of engineering and most computer science programs:  
CHE141  General Chemistry I & Laboratory  4 
MAT150  Applied Calculus  4 
MAT152  Calculus II  4 
MAT251  Calculus III  4 
PHY170  Engineering Analysis  2 
PHY271  Analytical Physics I & Laboratory  5 
PHY272  Analytical Physics II & Laboratory  5 
Additional Humanities electives as specified by the partner dualdegree institution. 
Student Learning Outcomes
 Students will gain skills and concepts necessary to understand the principles and practice of engineering.
 Students will develop problem solving and analysis skills appropriate for the field.
 Students will communicate science and engineering ideas both orally and in writing.
*Note: The required courses specific to the DualDegree Engineering Minor depend upon the Engineering field and the engineering institution. Every student completing this Minor should closely consult with a dualdegree engineering advisor to choose appropriate College of Idaho courses.
Mathematics Minor
PEAKS  Natural Sciences & Mathematics 
Course  Course Title  Credits 

PREREQUISITES  
MAT150  Applied Calculus (MAT151 is equivalent)  4 
MAT152  Calculus II  4 
MAT299T  Introduction to Proof  1 
MINOR REQUIREMENTS:  
Complete 18 credits from the following:  
MAT  Mathematics UpperDivision (300 or 400level) Courses  6 
MAT  Mathematics Coursework  any level  12 
CSC  4 crs of Computer Science may be substituted in requirement 

Complete 3 credits from 1 of the following sciences:  
BIO  Biology  3 
CHE  Chemistry  3 
GOL  Geology  3 
PHY  Physics  3 
Students who wish to satisfy the requirements for a second teaching field in Secondary Education must complete 20 credits of mathematics (MAT) courses including the following courses:
Course  Course Title  Credits 

MAT125 or MAT312  Data Analysis & Statistics or Probability & Mathematical Statistics  3 
MAT252  Discrete Mathematics  3 
MAT311  Probability  3 
MAT361  Linear Algebra  3 
MAT370  Geometry  3 
Student Learning Outcomes
 Discover and utilize effective analysis and problem solving skills in mathematics and mathematical applications.
 Effectively express disciplinespecific content and articulate broad connections among disciplines verbally, mathematically and through written works.
 Demonstrate an awareness of the role of mathematics, mathematical applications and technology in the larger community including but not limited to : a knowledge of ethical standards, the ramifications of technological advances and activities and the role of all mathematics in society.
Physics Minor
PEAKS  Natural Sciences & Mathematics 
Course  Course Title  Credits 

PREREQUISITES  
MAT152  Calculus II  4 
MAT251  Calculus III  4 
MAT352  Differential Equations  3 
MINOR REQUIREMENTS  
PHY271  Analytical Physics I & Laboratory  5 
PHY272  Analytical Physics II & Laboratory  5 
Complete 9 credits from the following:  
PHY  Physics UpperDivision (300 or 400level) Courses  6 
PHY  Physics Coursework  any level  3 
Completing this minor and 1 additional credit in physics satisfies the state requirements for the secondary education secondteaching field in physics.
Student Learning Outcomes
 Students will gain skills and concepts necessary to understand modern physics and physics laboratory methods.
 Students will develop an understanding of modern physics theories.
 Students will develop problem solving and analysis skills appropriate for the field.
 Students will communicate physical ideas both orally and in writing.