Academics - [ Graduate Studies - Minors in CS ]

This page is relevant to graduate students whose major area is not computer science, but want a minor in computer science.

Master's Degree

The Graduate Council requires that a student who wishes to earn a minor in computer science in a master's degree program complete at least nine semester hours of computer science graduate credit, not to include CSE 6613. In addition, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering requires that the following requirements be satisfied:

The student must be accepted by a minor professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and have the approval of both the minor professor and the Graduate Coordinator in Computer Science and Engineering of the minor program of study. The minor professor will be included in the student's supervisory committee.

Ph.D. Degree

The Graduate Council requires that a student who wishes to earn a minor in computer science in a Ph.D. degree program complete at least twelve semester hours of computer science graduate credit, not to include CSE 6613. In addition, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering requires that the following requirements be satisfied:

The student must be accepted by a minor professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and have the approval of both the minor professor and the Graduate Coordinator in Computer Science and Engineering of the minor program of study. The minor professor will be included in the student's supervisory committee.

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