Computer Science Minor
The Minor in Computer Science will consist of 2 units from Computer Science, with no more than one course at the 1000-level. The 2 units must include one of the following, each of which provides an integrating capstone experience.
- Any CS 3000-level course, except for CS 3043
- Any CS 4000-level course, except for CS 4032 and CS 4033
- Any graduate-level computer science course, except for CS 505
- 1/3 unit of another activity, for example an ISP, which is validated by the CS faculty instructor as a capstone
The Computer Science Department has an advisor for CS Minors. Students are required to consult with the CS Minor Advisor before declaring the CS Minor. Majors in Computer Science and Computers with Applications do not qualify for a Minor in Computer Science. Students should review the Operational Rules of the Minor at WPI to avoid problems with double counting CS courses.
Students should review the Operational Rules of the Minor at WPI to avoid problems with double counting CS courses. For general policy on the Minor, see the description in the Undergraduate Catalog.