Click to view the Minor in Computer Science admission, degree, and program requirements, and review its learning outcomes and roadmap on the University e-catalog.
The Minor in Computer Science is designed to provide basic proficiency in computer science for students majoring in other fields.
- The Minor consists of 24 units, of which 9 are upper division with a focus on programming methodology and skills.
- A minimum of 12 units must be distinct from the student’s core requirement in the student’s major.
- To declare a CS minor, a student must have completed a Precalculus course or higher with a grade of C or better and receive approval from an Advisor in the CS Department.
- Successful completion requires a 2.0 overall grade point average in the CS minor, good academic standing, and completion of all minor courses by the time students earn their baccalaureate.
Please click on the link below to view the requirements for the Minor (24 units)