Minor in computer science

Technology and computer science skills are highly sought after and increase your marketability to future employers.

Adding a computer science minor to your Wayne State degree will provide you with the opportunity to learn coding logic and data structures, which are the foundation to computer programming and software engineering. The required courses for the minor are also the foundational courses for the major. Therefore, if a student decides to change from a minor to a major, the classes are already aligned. 

The computer science minor is open to all undergraduate students seeking a bachelor's degree at Wayne State. 

Because of the prerequisite requirements, the CS minor takes a minimum of three (or four) semesters to complete and can take longer depending on math placement and what CSC electives you are interested in. Some examples of elective options include; cyber security, human-computer interaction, mobile app development, java programming, and software engineering.