Undergraduate Course Catalog

Foundations of Computer Systems

This is an “entrance minor” designed for students to experience the breadth of modern computing as studied in the Colleges of Business, Applied Sciences and Technology, and Sciences and Humanities. It is aimed at first-semester freshmen who express an interest in “computers” without knowing whether they should major in CS, ISOM, or in TCMP. The minor itself is designed for breadth, with depth being developed through the major and, optionally, single-department minors.

For more information, call the Departments of Information Systems and Operations Management at 765-285-5300, Technology at 765-285-5642, or Computer Science at 765-285-8641.


MINOR IN FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS, 19-21 hours

PREFIX

NO

SHORT TITLE

CR HRS

CS
ISOM
TCMP

120
135
111

Computer Science 1
Business Information Systems
Computer Assembly Trblshooting

4
3
3

3-4 hours from:

MATH

161
or
165

Applied Calculus 1 (3)

Calculus 1 (4)

3-4

Electives, 6-7 hours from outside the student's major department.

CS

ISOM

TCMP

121
310
226
300
221

Computer Science 2 (4)
Web Programming (3)
Business Systems App Dev (3)
Project Management (3)
Alt Desktop Operating Systems (3)

6-7

     

19-21 hrs