Computer Science, Minor

School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences

Program Overview

By declaring a minor in computer science, you get to study the design of computer systems and their processes and applications. Because computer science is useful for developing a strong foundation in information management and information transfer, a minor in computer science is particularly helpful in enhancing a degree in mathematics, the sciences, and engineering.

Computer Science, Minor

Where You'll Go

Declaring a minor allows you to explore other areas of interest and make interdisciplinary connections. With a background and training in computer science, you can set yourself apart for careers in business, research, music, mathematics, or any profession requiring enterprise with computer programming.

Minor Details

The program information listed here reflects the approved curriculum for the 2023–24 academic year per the Brooklyn College Bulletin. Bulletins from past academic years can be found here.

Minor Requirements (12 Credits)

A program of 12 credits in computer and information science, from among courses numbered between 2000 and 4899, including at least one of the following: Computer and Information Science 3130 or 3310, each with a grade of C or higher.


Contact the Computer and Information Science Department for information on academic advisers and office hours.

Brooklyn. All in.

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