Because computing is pervasive in today's society, a Computer Science minor complements any major and provides additional marketable skills.  Starting in Fall 2008, more flexibility was added to the minor to give students more options. A Computer Science minor consists of the following 27 credits:

  • CSCI 111, Programming wiith Java I, 4 credits (formerly CS 160)
  • CSCI 132, Basic Data Structures and Algorithms, 4 credits (formerly CS 221)
  • CSCI 232, Data Structures and Algorithms, 4 credits (formerly CS 223)
  • 9 upper division computer science credits
  • 6 computer science credits at any level

For more information, please contact John Paxton (john.paxton@montana.edu).