No matter your major, you can get secondary training in basic foundations of computer science by declaring a computer science minor. It's a great way to introduce yourself to programming as well, which is a useful skill across a variety of professional fields.Cognitive Science Minor
Cognitive science is the study of the processes underlying the acquisition and use of knowledge. You will study how the human mind works by combining classes from Psychology, Philosophy, Linguistics, Computer Science and several other disciplines. Classes in Artificial Intelligence, and Automata and Formal Languages also round out this interdisciplinary minor.Information Systems Minor
The information systems minor teaches you how information technology affects organizations, including systems analysis, databases, and internet programming.Mathematical Biology Minor
The Mathematical Biology Minor prepares students in mathematics, computer science, and biology to work at the intersection of the life and mathematical sciences. You will take a combination of courses and participate in research on open ended problems in the biological sciences. You begin by building your own learning plan. See mathematical biology for more info.
The fall computer science capstone presentations will be held Thursday, 21 November, 2:30 – 5:00 pm, in VH 1212. The presentations are open to the public and all are invited to attend. The speakers include: Dominic Fitzgerald William Alan Henson Steven Goldberg Anthony Blount Prasang Chhetri Zach Schwartz Sean Yoakum Saroj Maharjan Molly Wingert Bennett […]
The student chapter of the Math Association of America is hosting a poker tournament at 5:30pm Friday November 15th in the VH common area. Entry is free, and there will be prizes for the top placing players. All math, cs, stat, and related majors are invited to come and bring friends. Food will be provided.