A software engineering minor will enhance your career opportunities with computer-related skills and knowledge. Foundational computer science courses are supplemented with opportunities to study application and software development. This minor complements a variety of majors, especially art, business, communication, mathematics, and sciences.
- Develop creative and critical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities
- Acquire a strong foundation in computing that will translate to any occupation
- Learn via authentic project experiences
Modern careers have become increasingly reliant on computer technologies. As a professional with a minor in software engineering, you will possess the skills associated with computing and programming and will be able to utilize these technologies effectively to help organizations meet their goals.
Required Courses (18 Units)
|CSSE 112||Survey of Computer Science||3|
|CSSE 240||Data Structures and Algorithms||3|
|CSSE 220||Object-Oriented Programming||3|
|CSSE 350||Software Engineering||3|
|MATH 370||Discrete Mathematics||3|
Select 3 additional units of upper-division software engineering.