Computing technology and principles to complement another area of study
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 in Applied Computing offers grounding in basic computing skills and principles and key technologies such as database management and computer networks. Through elective courses, student can integrate these skills into their major field of study.
The minor in Applied Computing does not require computer proficiency or prerequisite coursework.
This minor consists of five courses:
3 core courses (15 credits) in computing skills and concepts and to encourage breadth of experience