Minor in Computer Science
Computing technology is an integral part of many fields of study. The Computer Science minor provides students with an introduction to application development. Students must take three core courses and three elective courses that can be tailored to a specific interest. It is recommneded that students begin the minor program early in their college career (21-24 units).
Minor in Computer Science Requirements
Students must complete a minimum of 21 units (six courses) in computing. Students must maintain a grade point average of 2.0 for all minor courses.
COMP 51 - Introduction to Computer Science - 4 units
COMP 53 - Data Structures - 4 units
COMP 101 - Application Programming - 4 units
A COMP course numbered above 101
Electives - Two 3 or 4 units COMP or ECOPE courses or BUSI 137, 138, 139
To apply for the Minor in Computer Science, or to request more information, contact Dr. William Ford, Chair of the Computer Science Department, at 209-946-3028 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.