The minor in Applied Computing is designed for students who want to be sophisticated users of
computing technology and principles in their field, but do not seek extensive programming
experience. The minor offers grounding in basic computing skills and principles and key
technologies such as database management and computer networks. It also provides the
student the opportunity to integrate these skills into his or her major field.
The minor in Applied Computing does not require computer proficiency or prerequisites. This minor
consists of five courses: three core courses designed to offer depth in computing skills and concepts
and to encourage breadth of experience.
Requirements: 25 credits
Core Courses: 15 credits
- TINST 310: Computational Problem Solving
- TINST 311: Database Management and Data Analysis
- TINST 312: Networks and the Internet
Elective Courses: 10 credits
- See the School of Engineering & Technology website for a list of approved courses.