The Software Engineering (SE) minor is an undergraduate minor for students who want to design and implement effective software solutions to meet Organizational Information Systems and Technology requirements. The minor provides the core requirements needed to develop applications and interfaces for organizational use. The minor is aligned with nationally recognized standards in information systems.
Choosing a minor field of study is optional. A minimum of 15 semester hours of separate identifiable semester credits must be earned for each minor that is declared. The same course may not be used in a major and a minor or among multiple minors unless the course is a required course (not part of a “select” area) in both the major and the minor or among multiple minors.
- CS 140 Introduction to Programming (4 credits)
- CS 332 Data Basis and Information Management (3 credits)
- SE 200 Advanced Computer Programming (4 credits)
- SE 300 Data Structures and Algorithms (4 credits)
- SE 310 Software Application and Interface Design (4 credits)
- CS 122 or [(CS102 or EDU 252) and (MATH 115-220)] is the
prerequisite for CS 140
- CS 130 and (CS 213 or IS 310) are prerequisites for CS 332
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