Declaring a Minor
A minor is declared on the Graduate Degree Plan. Students should consult with the Graduate Program Coordinator in the minor department to obtain the appropriate signatures. Be sure to follow the university catalog description of the Computer Science Minor for the most accurate and up to date requirements.
M.S. Graduate Minor for Computer Science Students
A Minor Field is defined as a minimum of 6-semester credits of coursework outside CS in a single department of the College of Science and Engineering (e.g., EE, Math, Stat, IEOR, etc.), Management, Cognitive Science and/or other related fields for a designated minor. The minor is awarded by that department and their requirements for a minor must be met in order to qualify for a minor in that field. The minor must be declared on the graduate degree plan. Signatures must be obtained by the Director of Graduate Studies from the minor-granting department.
M.S. Graduate Minor in Computer Science
Students from other programs may pursue a computer science minor by completing the following requirements:
- 9 credits of graduate-credit courses in CSci
- Colloquium credit may not be included in the 9 required credits
- limit of one 4xxx level course counted in those 9 credits
- GPA of 3.00 or higher in courses used for the minor.
- At least one advanced course - defined as an 8xxx level course or a 5xxx level course that has a prerequisite of a 5xxx level course
A signature for the computer science minor can be obtained by submitting a properly filled out Graduate Degree Plan to Keller 4-192 to the attention of the Graduate Program Coordinator.
- All courses taken for the minor must be taken on the A/F grading basis except for Colloquium, which is only offered on the S/N grading basis.
- No CS minor available for majors in Computer Engineering or Software Engineering
- No minor credit for courses that are cross-listed with the student's major degree department
- Coursework must be completed at the time of minor program approval for a GPA standard check.