The current demand in the U.S. for college graduates with computing degrees is very high, and expected to increase. Winthrop offers two different options for students interested in a computing degree - the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, and the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Computer Information Systems option.
The goal of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is to prepare students for careers in software design and implementation and for graduate study in Computer Science. This is the more technical degree, requiring several science and math courses in addition to computer science courses.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is offered with a Computer Information Systems option in the College of Business. Students who pursue this degree complete a comprehensive set of core business courses in addition to computer science courses.
The minor in computer science consists of 18 semester hours of CSCI:
And 7 additional hours of CSCI to include 6 hours in courses numbered above 299. CSCI 101 and 151 may not be used to fulfill the Computer Science minor.
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