Why study Computer Science?

While all DEECS minors are open to any student who meets the prerequisites, the Compute Science minor is particularly appropriate for students in a wide range of disciplines. It does not require the completion of a related senior project. A thorough understanding of computer programming and a familiarity with major computing areas such as software engineering, databases, operating systems, and computer architecture is an asset in fields encompassing engineering, mathematics, the sciences, the social sciences, bioinformatics, or, indeed, almost any discipline represented at the University of Cincinnati.

Admission Requirements

While all DEECS minors are open to any student who meets the prerequisites, the Compute Science minor is particularly appropriate for students in a wide range of disciplines. It does not require the completion of a related senior project. A thorough understanding of computer programming and a familiarity with major computing areas such as software engineering, databases, operating systems, and computer architecture is an asset in fields encompassing engineering, mathematics, the sciences, the social sciences, bioinformatics, or, indeed, almost any discipline represented at the University of Cincinnati.

The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Contact Information

C. Purdy
812 Rhodes Hall
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0030
513-556-4461
eece@ucmail.uc.edu

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Program Code: 20MIN-CS-MIN