The minor program in Computer Science enhances the knowledge and skills of students aiming for careers in business, engineering, and sciences, where the understanding of computational and algorithmic thinking as well as problem solving and computer coding skills provide a benefit beyond the normal coursework in their major.
To fulfill a minor in Computer Science, students must complete 18 semester hours of coursework with at least nine semester hours in the upper division. Courses taken to satisfy Georgia's General Education Core Areas A through E may not be counted as coursework in the Information Technology minor. All courses and prerequisites must be passed with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
CSCI 1301 Computer Science I (3 hours)
CSCI 1302 Computer Science II (3 hours)
CSCI 2302 Data Structures (3 hours)
Students are also required to complete 9 hours of upper-division CSCI courses. CSCI 4800 can count for a maximum of 3 hours.
Total Program Requirements (18 hours)