Because our economy relies heavily on computers in the workforce, a minor in computer science works well with business and other degrees.
You’ll study programming and advanced algorithms and data structures. Then, elect to learn more about programming languages, computer architecture or automata theory, languages and computation.
The computer science major complements the mathematics and science programs. Additionally, it’s a great choice for students studying business administration, innovation and entrepreneurship, management and other topics within the Robert W. Plaster School of Business.