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.