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Computer Science Minor

A computer science minor requires CSCI-2300 Introduction to Algorithms, plus three additional four-credit courses at the 2000 level or above, excluding CSCI-2200 Foundations of Computer Science. At least two of these three additional courses must have a CSCI prefix, and at least two must be at the 4000 or 6000 level. One course may be chosen from the ECSE-x6xx or ECSE-x7xx family, excluding ECSE-4630, ECSE-4640, and ECSE-4720. Reading and independent study courses and courses required by name for the student's major cannot be used for the minor. The Pass/No Credit option cannot be used for these courses.

To add a minor in Computer Science, complete the Undergraduate Minor Approval Form. Contact David Goldschmidt (see website for office hours and location) for more information and to obtain the proper signature. Next, you will need to obtain your advisor's signature and submit the completed form to the Registrar's Office.

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