Any undergraduate student
currently enrolled in a University of Colorado 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, the School of Education and Human Development, and the School of Public Affairs.
Students must complete
the following classes with a grade of C- or better.
|Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
|Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
|Fundamentals of Computing
|Fundamentals of Computing Laboratory
|Data Structures and Program Design
Students must complete (with a C- or better) three additional computer science and engineering (CSCI) courses at the 3000-level or higher from an approved list of courses, available in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and they must obtain an approved plan of study from a computer science and engineering faculty 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. Please see the CU Denver catalog for prerequisite information for each course.
All computer science and engineering courses numbered 3000 and above must be taken from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at CU Denver, and must be from the approved list of courses for CS minor.
To declare the CS minor, students must file a
Minor Declaration Form with Megan Steelman (303-352-3572) in the engineering dean's office, North Classroom 3024.
At the time of graduation,
the student must have a CU Denver cumulative GPA of
2.0 or better and must have at least a 2.0 GPA for the eight classes
taken for the minor.
more information or an advising appointment, contact the Department of Computer
Science and Engineering at 303-315-1408 or visit the Lawrence Street Center (1380 Lawrence Street), suite 800.