The Minor in Applied Computing for Behavioral and Social Sciences, offered by the Department of General Engineering (Interdisciplinary), is an interdisciplinary technology pathway program for behavioral and social science students seeking to develop and apply computing knowledge and skills toward real-world problems. Students learn programming languages such as Python and R, develop a working knowledge of data structures and algorithms, and complete a culminating interdisciplinary project.
University Graduation Requirements
To be awarded a minor, at least 12 units of coursework must be completely distinct and separate from the coursework in the major, and coursework for the minor must include a minimum of 6 upper-division units (University Policy S16-4). Minor preparation or support courses do not count toward the 12 distinct units. Of the coursework for the minor, at least 6 units completed in residence at SJSU. The minimum aggregate GPA for all coursework required for the minor must be at least 2.0.