The computer science minor provides a student with a practical foundation in software development, as well as the theory and applications of databases and computer networks.
Computer Science Minor
While computer science is its own academic field, its value is greatly enhanced when combined with another discipline. A minor in computer science complements a major in another discipline by giving students a greater depth of appreciation of computation, and its possibilities.
This minor program provides students with useful skills in software development, computing principles, and provides a solid base to help the students adapt to future changes in technology. In addition, with a computer science minor students will be able to solve complex and challenging problems.
A computer science minor can attach to any major. Whether a student is in the humanities or the sciences, this minor will give any student an added advantage in a professional setting upon graduation.
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