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Minor in Computer Science

The Computer Science minor is designed to provide students with an in-depth familiarization with the computer  science  domain. Students will learn high-level programming skills and the basic theory associated with the  discipline. The minor is well-suited for students majoring in mathematics and education. Graduates can apply this minor as an underpinning for exploiting technology as it pertains to their primary degree.

Required Courses:

MATH 221 Discrete Mathematics  
COMSC 110 Introduction to Computer Science & Lab  
COMSC 111 Data Structures & Lab  
COMSC 210 Principles of Computer Organization & Lab  
COMSC 230 Principles of Programming Languages  

Select one:

COMSC 335 Theory of Computation  
COMSC 340 Analysis of Algorithims