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Curriculum - Computing Technology and Applications Minor

The minor in Computing Technology and Applications (offered by the Department of Computer Science) is primarily designed for students pursuing an online degree and who desire to enhance their skill set to compete in today's rapidly advancing technology. This minor is offered online and requires 18 credit hours of CS courses that are specifically designed for non-majors. Students can choose from the Web or Spreadsheet sequence options below.

Required course:

  • CS 102 Microcomputer Applications

Choose one sequence:

Web Sequence

  • CS 202 Introduction to the Information Highway
  • CS 205 Web Site Design

Spreadsheet Sequence

  • CS 285 Microcomputer Applications II
  • CS 385 Prototyping Interfaces Using a Visual Programming Environment

Choose three elective courses:

  • CS 202 Introduction to the Information Highway
  • CS 205 Web Site Design
  • CS 285 Computerized Management Information Systems
  • CS 302 Computerized Database Systems
  • CS 340 Legal and Ethical Issues in Computing
  • CS 385 Advanced Computerized Management Information Systems
  • CS 391 Special Topics
  • CS 466 Information Systems

Please note that courses are subject to change.