Information and Computer Science, Minor
Students outside the School may also pursue a minor in Information and Computer Science. The minor provides a focused study of Information and Computer Science to supplement a student’s major program of study and prepares students for a profession, career, or academic pursuit in which computer science is an integral part but is not the primary focus. The ICS minor contributes to students’ competence in computing technology and proficiency in programming as well as exposing them to the fundamentals of computer science. The minor allows students sufficient flexibility to pursue courses that complement their major field or address specific interests.
|I&C SCI 31- 32- 33- 45C- 46||Introduction to Programming |
and Programming with Software Libraries
and Intermediate Programming
and Programming in C/C++ as a Second Language
and Data Structure Implementation and Analysis
|I&C SCI 6D||Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science|
|B. Select one of the following:|
|Introductory Computer Organization|
or IN4MATX 43
|Introduction to Software Engineering|
|C. Select two upper-division from the following: 1|
|Computer Game Development|
|Human Computer Interaction|
|Project in Ubiquitous Computing|
|Computer Supported Cooperative Work|
|Introduction to Medical Informatics|
- Visit the ICS Student Affairs Office website for Majors and Minors restrictions.
- A maximum of two courses may be taken for the Pass/Not Pass grade option toward any minor
- There are no applications for an ICS minor. Students must have a peer advisor or academic counselor of their major add the minor to their Degree Audit once they begin pursuing the minor.
- To ensure you are certified for the minor at graduation, the minor must be on your Degree Audit and Application for Graduation. Your Student Affairs Office can add the minor to your Degree Audit and will certify your minor at time of graduation, so it is important to keep them updated on your academic progress.
- Some ICS majors may not minor in Information and Computer Science. For those who may, 5 courses cannot overlap between your major and minor.