Minor in Computer Science

Brief Description

The minor in Computer science provides to students, who are completing a bachelor’s degree in another field of study, the fundamentals in a number of computer science fields. There are two options one focusing in Programming and Databases and a second in Programming and Networks. A number of interesting electives are periodically available to students in digital media, web programming, e-commerce, artificial intelligence, etc. (not available to Business Computing majors)

Minor Requirements

  • Computer Science 105: Introduction to Programming I - Structured Programming
  • Computer Science 106: Introduction to Programming II - Object Oriented Programming
  • Computer Science 205: Business Data Management
  • Computer Science 215: Algorithms & Data Structures
  • Computer Science 312: Database Management Systems
  • Computer Science 325: Distributed Applications
  • Minor Capstone Project *

*The capstone project is not a regular course, it an independent project undertaken by the student under agreement with a faculty advisor. The faculty advisor provides only supervision and assessment of the project and not regular instruction. Upon completion of the project and by the pre-agreed deadline the student submits the project to the faculty advisor, who then assesses it and report the pass or fail grade (pass ≥ 75%) to the registrar’s, who in turn issues the certificate. The registrar’s will keep all projects on file for a minimum of 2 years.



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