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Minor in Computer Science

There is a high demand for computer skills in many industries, particularly in the business and scientific fields. The benefits aren't limited to these fields--a minor in Computer Science will complement any field of study.

To select Computer Science as your minor, visit the Computer Science office (CS-522) and fill out a Request for Minor Objective Form.

You must take 15 units of Computer Science courses, including these four (12 units):

  • CPSC 120 Introduction to Programming (3 units)

  • CPSC 121 Programming Concepts (3 units)

  • CPSC 131 Data Structures Concepts (3 units)

  • CPSC 313 The Computer Impact (3 units)

You must also take an adviser-approved 3-unit 300/400 level Computer Science elective course.

You may have to take additional courses to meet the prerequisites for your Computer Science courses.

At least 6 units must be upper division (300/400 level) and completed at CSUF. At least 12 units must be courses that are not being used to fulfill requirements for your major.