Web Programming Minor
Office: 2154 Fenton Hall
Reneta Barneva, Chairperson
Requirements for the minor in Interdisciplinary Studies - Web Programming
Students in the Interdisciplinary Studies minor in Web Programming must take 21 credit hours to fulfill the requirements, distributed as follows:
Two courses from the following
|CSIT 151||Introduction to Information Systems||
|CSIT 203||Multimedia Systems||
|CSIT 251||Information Systems Structures||
|CSIT 462||Computer Graphics||
|CSIT 463||Introduction to Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision||
One course from the following
Total Credit Hours: 21
- The courses CSIT 291 (Special Topics), CSIT 300 (Internship, CSIT 490 (Seminar on Selected Topics), CSIT 496 (Special Topics), CSIT 497 (Thesis), CSIT 499 (Senior Project) and other courses can be considered electives upon departmental approval.
- At least two of the elective courses counted toward the minor must be at the 300-400 level.
- Students majoring in Computer Science or Computer Information Systems must take at least 15 credit hours among the above courses which do not count toward the major program (credit hours from courses within the list of courses of the major not used to satisfy requirements in that major).