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Undergraduate Minors in Computing

Computer Science

The Computer Science degree at Coastal Carolina is a four-year undergraduate program resulting in a Bachelor of Science. The curriculum listed below consists of a set of minor courses. This course of study is in addition to the core curriculum common to all students at Coastal Carolina University and all major coursework required for degree completion.

Courses
MATH 174 Intro to Discrete Mathematics
CSCI 130 Intro to Computer Science
CSCI 131L Algorithmic Thinking
CSCI 140 Intro to Algorithmic Design I
CSCI 140L Intro to Algorithmic Design I Lab
CSCI 150 Intro to Algorithmic Design II
CSCI 150L Intro to Algorithmic Design II Lab
CSCI 210 Computer Organization and Programming
CSCI 220 Data Structures
Elective CSCI course 300+

Web Application Development

The purpose of the minor in Web Application Development is to provide programming-level training in the technology needed to develop database-driven web applications. The curriculum listed below consists of a set of minor courses.

Courses
CSCI 120 Intro to Web Page Applications
CSCI 135 Intro to Programming
CSCI 203 Intro to Web Application Development
CSCI 225 Intro to Relational Database and SQL
CSCI 365 Advanced Topics in Web Development
CSCI 409 Advanced Web Application Development

Scientific Computing

In order to select courses that meet the program requirements, students pursuing the minor must consult with both their major advisor and with the advisor of Computational Science in the Computer Science and Information Systems Department. The curriculum listed below consists of a set of minor courses. This course of study is in addition to the core curriculum common to all students at Coastal Carolina University and all major coursework required for degree completion.

Courses
CSCI 140 Intro to Algorithmic Design I
CSCI 140L Intro to Algorithmic Design I Lab
CSCI 150 Intro to Algorithmic Design II
CSCI 150L Intro to Algorithmic Design II Lab
MATH 242 Modeling for Scientists I
MATH 242L Modeling for Scientists I Lab
Electives Pick 3 CSCI courses 300+
   

The information presented on this page is to be used for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for the catalog requirements. Full details regarding the exact degree requirements can be found in the University Catalog.

If you are interested in declaring one of these minors, please visit the department offices in AOC2 233 for more information.