EECS
EECS

Minor in Computer Science

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Computer science is a field that impacts virtually every other discipline. Gaining a minor in computer science is a smart way to broaden your horizons, maximize your potential for impact, and make yourself more marketable to employers.

The Computer Science Minor is open to students in the College of Engineering; the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts; the School of Music; and the Ross Business School. Students working toward a degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Data Science, and/or Electrical Engineering may not declare a CS Minor.

The CS Minor takes a minimum of four terms to complete. Details can be found in the CS Minor Program Guide below.


CS Minor Program Guide

CS Minor Program Guide (.pdf)