This minor allows you to bring an understanding of databases, programming, and networks to any discipline. You can pair this with any degree and give yourself a skill set that will set you above others in your field.
You will receive a conceptual foundation of various computing and information technology skills, combined with practical application of these same skills. To graduate with this minor, you will need a 2.0 average GPA for all minor courses.
The minor in Computing and Information Technology is designed for students from non-technical disciplines to supplement their major with a practical set of courses focused on current topics related to information technology.
The goal of the minor is to give students basic knowledge and skills in programming, networking, databases, and cyber security.
these skills will complement and enhance any student’s major program of study and can be applied to any career field.