Minor inComputer Science

A minor in Computer Science will give students foundation skills in Web design and software development, including the application of skills and methodologies currently used in the field of Computer Science. The 20-credit hour program covers Web design, user experience, object oriented programming, security considerations, and core Web technologies. The last course in the program includes a capstone project in which students will be expected to work in a group to develop a Web application. The minor in Computer Science is offered in an online format.

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Computer Science Curriculum Overview

The 20-credit hour program covers Web design, user experience, object oriented programming, security considerations, and core Web
technologies. The last course in the program includes a capstone project in which students will be expected to work in a group to develop a Web application. The minor in Computer Science is offered in an online format.

Requirements

An academic minor normally consists of 20 to 24 credits taken in courses in one area or related areas of study prescribed by the faculty.

Meet Your Professors

Dr. Kevin Hall Dean of the College of Business

Dr. Hall has designed and taught courses for in-class, online, and blended delivery in a wide variety of subjects related to business, education, and leadership.

Dr. Sarah Jahn Associate Professor of Mathematics

Sarah is passionate about helping students reach their mathematical potential and mentoring future mathematics teachers. She strives to support and challenge each student to increase both their appreciation of mathematics and their proficiency in mathematics.

Dr. Joel Schuessler Associate Professor of Information Technology in Management
Dr. Robert Krueger Chair of Department of Mathematics & Computer Science

Krueger offers not only an expert knowledge of mathematics to Concordia students, he also strives to make each student’s experience as rewarding as possible.

Career Potential

  • Software Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Computer Hardware Engineer
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Computer Network Architect
  • Web Developer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Computer and Information Systems Managers

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