Computing (Minor)

Computing (Minor)
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The minor in Computing allows students to choose an area of concentration in Computer Science, such as programming or networks. A minimum of two of the courses in the minor must be taken at Plymouth State University, with at least one of them at the 3000/4000 level. Students intending to take the minor in Computing should consult with a Computer Science faculty advisor to determine which courses best suit their needs.

Please see complete information on all of the requirements to earn a minor at Plymouth State University.

Course Title Credits
Minor Requirements
CS 2010Computing Fundamentals (TECO)3
CS 2370Introduction to Programming4
CS 2381Data Structures and Intermediate Programming4
Select two of the following:6-8
CS 3020
Web Programming
CS 3221
Algorithm Analysis
CS 3240
Data Communication and Computer Networks
CS 3600
Database Management Systems
CS 3720
Systems Analysis and Design
CS 3820
Human-Computer Interaction
Total Credits17-19

Several upper-level courses have prerequisites that are not covered by the required courses. Students must select courses carefully.

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