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Computer Science Minor

Computers are extremely pervasive in the modern world, and important connections have been established between computer science and virtually every other field of study. Thus, a computer science minor is a valuable enhancement to majors in other fields, whether in the sciences, social sciences, arts, humanities, business, etc.

Computer Crime and Forensics Minor

Computer Crime and Forensics is an interdisciplinary minor of the Computer Science and Criminal Justice Department that will impart knowledge to students in the areas of the criminal justice system, courts, law and procedures, computer software, hardware, networks, and investigative and evidence-gathering protocols.

Information Technology Minor

This minor is designed for students seeking an understanding of important aspects of computing such as databases, networking, and/or security, especially from a managerial viewpoint.