Minor in Computing and Information Technology

Overview

The objective of the CIT minor is to satisfy the needs of the intelligent and responsible application of computing and information technologies to majors in fields which would not have Computer Science or Computing Engineering as their fundamental and exclusive basic orientation, but would want to benefit from the products of applications of the latter two disciplines and their proper use. The minor provides a conceptual foundation as well a practical application of various Computing and Information Technology skills.

Admission Requirements

Students must have a 2.5 GPA or higher.

Course Requirements

Required Courses:

  1. CS 1160 or CS 1180 Computer Programming I (4)
  2. CS 2160, Visual Basic Programming (3)
  3. CEG 2400, Introduction to PC Networking (3)
  4. CS 3700, Introduction to Oracle/SQL Databases (3)
  • Elective Courses:
  1. Any two CS or CEG Courses

General Performance

Students must attain an average GPA of 2.0 for all courses in the minor.

Application Procedures

To apply for a minor, please:

  1. Visit your Wings Express account.
  2. Choose the Student and Financial Aid tab
  3. Choose Registration and Records
  4. Under the Registration and Records menu choice is Major/Minor Change request.
Important Information: 

If course is closed

  • Fill out the Registration Activity Form.
  • Obtain an approval signature from the Professor of the course.
  • Return to the Computer Science & Engineering Department to get the Department Approval Stamp.
  • Finally, take the form to the Registrar, located in Raider Connect in the Student Union.

If course is not closed and your are a Pre-Major or Non-Major

  • Fill out the Department of Computer Science & Engineering Request for Registration.
  • Turn into the Computer Science and Engineering Department.
  • The processing of your registration form will take 24-48 hours, in which you will be able to register online using Wings Express. You will ONLY be contacted if there is a problem.

To maintain satisfactory academic progress, undergraduate students with 12 or more attempted semester hours and graduate/doctoral students with 9 or more attempted semester hours must meet SAP requirements.

Boonshoft School of Medicine and School of Professional Psychology students are eligible for federal student aid provided they meet all academic stipulations defined by their professional program of study.

Wright State University's SAP Policy is used to determine your federal student aid eligibility only. It does not reflect your academic standing for continued enrollment in your program of study.

Students enrolling in Wright State University to study Computer Science or Computer Engineering may be admitted first into University College. Students will be admitted into the College of Engineering and Computer Science upon successful completion of the following requirements:

  • Completion of 24 or more semester credit hours of college level work
  • 2.25 cumulative GPA at WSU and in all academic work
  • C or higher grade in:
    • ENG 1100 Academic Writing and Reading
    • C or higher in (CS 1180 or (CS 1160 and CS 1161)) and C or higher in CS 1181
    • MTH 2570 Discrete Mathematics for Computing OR CS 2200 Discrete Structures & Algorithms