Computer Science Minor

Requirements for the Computer Science Minor

The computer science five-course minimum minor is recommended for students whose primary interests lie elsewhere, but who wish to obtain a fundamental understanding of computer science. The minor consists of CS 111, CS 230, one of CS 231, CS 235, or CS 240, at least one CS course above the 100 level, and at least one 300-level CS course. Independent study courses (CS 250, CS 250H, CS 350, CS 350H) do not count toward the required courses for the minor. Students who do not take CS 111 must replace this requirement with one additional one-unit CS course at the 200 or 300 level. Computer science minors should consult with a computer science faculty advisor before electing to take a computer science course as credit/non-credit.