A computer science minor enables graduates to write useful software to complement their work in other programs. Students in majors such as mathematics, physics, and engineering find this minor very useful, but basic coding skills are increasingly valuable in a wide variety of professions.
Why should I study computer science?Nearly every organization needs, and will continue to need, computer science graduates to manage their technical institutional resources such as servers and websites and to write custom software to implement the business rules of that organization and manage marketing databases. Even if you don't intend for computer science to be a main focus of your career, knowledge of computer science (and command of common terms and concepts) is becoming increasingly valuable to employers.
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Mathematically-talented Christians need to think of mathematics as a path in which they may live out their faith. We can use our knowledge to further God's kingdom and live as lights in this world.Megan Hawley '10
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