Minor in Computer Science
Computers and computation play an important role in many areas of intellectual inquiry, as well as in society generally; a minor in computer science can enhance the value of a wide variety of majors.
All student minors develop their programs in consultation with an advisor.
A minor in computer science requires completion, with a grade of C or higher, of six courses chosen as follows: two CS courses designated as CS background courses in their Bulletin description, plus three more CS courses numbered 300 or higher, plus one more CS course (excluding CS 101) or, with prior approval by the CAS CS department, another computational course. More detailed information is available on the departmental website.
In special cases, a student, with consent of the instructor, may petition the undergraduate director to count courses other than those listed in the Courses section. Attention is called to the following: CS courses numbered 600 and above; the 500-level courses in mathematics; the 500-level courses in cognitive & neural systems; and the computer engineering courses offered by the College of Engineering.