College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of Math & Actuarial Science

Computer Science Minor

These requirements are effective beginning in the Fall 2010 semester.

Both of the following:

  • CS151 Foundations of Computer Science
  • CS248 Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (Java)

Twelve additional credit hours of CS or SE

Total credits: 20 computer science.

We often accept MA205,206 in place of CS151,252 for satisfying the major or minor requirements upon petition to the department head. Note that doing this, together with using MA341/CS451 or MA365/CS455 as CS electives, makes the CS minor relatively easy for mathematics majors to obtain.

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