Computer Science and Information Technology courses are valuable for anyone planning to work with computers or in a field requiring technical knowledge. A minor in Computer Science or Information Technology can be a complement to many other degree programs. A grade of C or better is required in each course used towards a minor.
The impact of ubiquitous computing and the Internet calls for rapid changes in computer systems and the criminal justice system at all levels. From threats to national security to banking fraud to simple fraudulent schemes for the unassuming, the “cybersphere” has become the place where crime is committed and must therefore be detected and handled accordingly.