Mar 24, 2018  

Computer Science Interdisciplinary Minor

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The Computer Science Interdisciplinary Minor will no longer be in place after the 2015-2016 academic year, as it is being replaced by the



Six courses distributed as follows:

2. Data Structures

5. One elective course

One additional course listed in Requirement 4, or an approved independent study or seminar at the 300- or 400-level (normally CSC 381, CSC 481, CSC 395, CSC 396, CSC/PHY 397, CSC 495, or CSC 496).

Additional Information

No more than two courses from those courses which constitute a student’s major may be applied toward the interdisciplinary minor.  A grade of “C” or higher is required in all courses applied toward this program.

Application Procedure:

The faculty liaison is Dr. Michael Mossinghoff, representing the Computer Science Advisory Committee.  A student must declare the interdisciplinary minor in Computer Science by the end of the first week of classes in the fall semester of the senior year.  Since some courses in the program have several prerequisites and some courses are offered in alternate years, early planning is advised.  Certification of completion of all requirements for the interdisciplinary minor is made by the Registrar upon the recommendation of the Computer Science Advisory Committee.

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