The Minor in Computational Science offers a substantive programming and algorithmic knowledge base to non-Computational Science students. Students who minor in the discipline will develop critical computing and modeling skills that are marketable and attractive to potential employers.

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Computational Science
(minor degree)
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Computational Science Entrepreneurship
(minor degree)

ACADEMIC PROGRAM GUIDE
Computational Science
(minor degree)
ACADEMIC PROGRAM GUIDE
Computational Science Entrepreneurship
(minor degree)

A minor in computational science requires a minimum of 14 hours of coursework, including ISC3222 (3) and ISC4304 (4). The student must take at least one Computational Science Algorithms course (ISC4220 or ISC4221 (4)) and a Computational Science course from an approved list. Students must also satisfy stated prerequisites, in particular, the computer programming requirement (ISC3313 or COP3014), before enrolling in each course accepted for minor credit. Grades below C- will not be accepted for minor credit.

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Course Requirements

Students must satisfy prerequisites before enrolling in each course.

Complete both of the following courses:

Complete at least one of the following courses:

Complete at least one of the following courses: