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2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin 
  
 
  Dec 15, 2017
 
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin

Applied Computing Minor


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All disciplines can benefit from computing technology. This multidisciplinary minor is designed to provide the knowledge of modern computing technology you need to be more effective in your major area of interest.

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If either or both CSCE 101  and CSCE 102  are used to satisfy the Analytical Reasoning and Problem Solving requirement of the Carolina Core then either GEOG 105 - The Digital Earth , ITEC 101 - Thriving in the Tech Age , and/or any Intermediate or Advanced course may be substituted in the minor.

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No course used to satisfy a Carolina Core, Major, or other Minor requirement may be used to satisfy the Applied Computing Minor requirements.  In the event of conflict for an Intermediate Course, any Intermediate or Advanced course may be substituted to satisfy the minor.

III. Advanced Courses (6 hours)


Two of the following courses:

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    No course used to satisfy a Carolina Core, Major, or other Minor requirement may be used to satisfy the Applied Computing Minor requirements.  In the event of conflict for an Advanced Course, any other Advanced course may be substituted to satisfy the minor.

    IV. Advisement Tracks


    The following tracks are recommended (but not required) for students interested in particular areas within computing.  Suggested courses for such tracks are listed below.

    Geographic Data: Visualization and Application


    V. Other Course Substitutions


    The university may develop new courses that are appropriate for this minor as a result of rapid advances in computing.  A student may substitute such a course for one of the requirements only with the approval of the advisor of the student and the director of the minor.

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