Minor Concentration in Computer Science and Engineering
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering has a new minor concentration in Computer Science and Engineering. This minor concentration allows students to gain skills and experiences in the area of computer science in order to:
Understand the processes and ways of solving problems by computational methods
Effectively use computational software, systems and tools
Interact productively with computer professionals.
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The new minor is available to students throughout the Campus, except for those in the CIIC (0508), INSO (0509), ICOM (0507) and COMP (1220) programs. This is because these four programs cover the content of the minor as part of their regular curriculum. The above list is not necessarily complete. In general, students from other programs with course requirements similar to those required in this minor will not be accepted.
In addition to the requirement that your program of study not be on the above list, in order to be accepted to this minor, the applicant must:
Have completed their first year of study.
GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Have passed CIIC 3015, INGE 3016, or its equivalent.
Not have passed more than 50% of the credits of the minor at the time of application.
You must apply through the Registrar’s Office to the program with code 4507. This is the code for the minor in Computer Science and Engineering.
The curriculum for this minor is as follows:
Pass the following three courses with a grade of C or better: