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Minors

A minor in one of our programs advances your knowledge of the concepts at the heart of computing, making you well-positioned to understand, control and create technology. Requiring completion of a select set of courses, a minor makes it possible to advance your computing knowledge and skills while completing the requirements in your major degree program. No prior programming experience is needed.

Computer Science

Having a Computer Science Minor can enhance your employment opportunities. Coursework consists of three courses in programming and algorithm design, one introductary course in computer science theory and one elective course that explores advanced computer science topics. Many of our CS minors come from related fields, such as Engineering, IS&T and Math.
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Information Science and Technology

The minor in Information Science and Technology provies students with a choice of 5 courses that focus on programming, operating systems and database technologies that can be applicable for a technological foundation to complement any major.
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Digital Media Technologies

Digital Media Technologies is an interdisciplinary minor offered by the Departments of Media Studies and Production (MSP) and Computer and Information Sciences (CIS). This program covers communication using emerging media and computer technologies and teaches story-telling through the use of digital media technologies.
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