Updated May 22, 2019
Minor in Computer Science now open
The Minor in Computer Science is now open to admission. Please see the 2019-20 undergraduate calendar for new eligibility rules, course prerequisites and preclusions. To request the addition of the minor to your degree, please submit the “change program elements” form on Carleton Central.
Note for B.Eng students
The following engineering and computer science courses preclude each other and are considered equivalent for the the CS Minor:
ECOR 1606 & COMP 1005
SYSC 2004 & COMP 1006
SYSC 2100 & COMP 2402
SYSC 3010 or 3110 & COMP 2404
Please contact the Computer Science undergraduate advisor for an audit adjustment for the equivalencies above after your final grade is posted.
Important note on SYSC 2006. Even though the courses are similar, SYSC 2006 is not equivalent to the minor requirement COMP 2401. This means that you have to take COMP 2401 for the minor even if you have taken SYSC 2006 (but only if you added the minor as of May 2019). However, the two courses preclude each other which means that you cannot get credit for both. If you require SYSC 2006 for your B.Eng program, please consult with your engineering advisor.