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2009-2010 Downtown Campus Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Science Minor


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The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers a minor in computer science. The requirements for the minor are listed below.

Program Requirements


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  • 1. Any undergraduate student currently enrolled in a UC Denver degree program with a major other than computer science and engineering may earn a minor in computer science. This includes students from the College of Engineering and Applied Science, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Business School, the College of Arts & Media and the School of Public Affairs.

    2. The student must complete the following classes with a grade of C- or better:

  • C SC 1410 - Fundamentals of Computing. Semester Hours: 3
  • C SC 2421 - Data Structures and Program Design. Semester Hours: 3
  • C SC 2511 - Discrete Structures. Semester Hours: 3
  • MATH 1401 - Calculus I: MA1. Semester Hours: 4
  • MATH 2411 - Calculus II: MA1. Semester Hours: 4

  • 3. The student must complete (with a C- or better) three additional computer science courses at the 3000 level or higher with the approval of an undergraduate advisor.

    Note: Some courses at the 3000 level and above require additional prerequisites. A student must fulfill all prerequisites for the courses he/she selects. See the catalog course descriptions for prerequisite information for each course.

    4. All computer science courses 3000 level and above must be taken at the Downtown Campus of UC Denver.

    5. At the time of graduation, the student must have a UC Denver cumulative GPA of 2.0 and must have a 2.0 GPA for the eight classes taken for the minor.

    6. The student must file a minor declaration form with an undergraduate advisor or with the Engineering Student Services office in North Classroom, 3024. For more information or an advising appointment, contact the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in North Classroom, 2605, or by phone at 303-556-4314.

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