DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Undergraduate Degree Offerings
Undergraduate Course Information
- Course Descriptions in the BGSU online course catalog
- Course Syllabi
- Anticipated Course Offerings by Semester
- Undergraduate Learning Outcomes
- Junior Audit
Undergraduate Admissions, Placement and Registration
Minors Related to Computer Science
Computer Science majors are required to choose a minor or specialization. BS students generally complete the Science Comprehensive minor with their required mathematics and natural science courses. This link will show you some of the minors and specializations you can select that are related to the computer science major.
Computer Science Minor
An undergraduate student in any college of the University can minor in Computer Science by completing 18 hours of coursework, as follows:
CS 2010 and CS 2020 (6 hours)
CS electives (12 hours)
Transfer courses included in the minor carry a maximum of three hours of credit per course. Credit at the 1000-level is limited to three hours. Credit for the following CS courses may not be counted toward the minor: 1000, 1001, 1800, 1810, 2800, 2900, 3900 and 4900. In addition, CS courses included in a major (such as MIS) cannot be counted in the minor.