Computing has become the key enabler of fabulously rapid advances across nearly all disciplines of the academy and throughout all segments of society. In order to conduct state-of-the-art research in nearly any discipline, students now must contribute to, or even design and develop by themselves, sophisticated discipline-specific software systems. Moreover, looking at problems through the lens of "computational thinking" can bring new insights even when discipline-specific software is not involved. The Graduate Minor in Computer Science is designed to provide such knowledge and skill. It educates graduate students in conceptual aspects of computing and/or state-of-the-practice industrial-strength software technologies that will help them better carry out their primary graduate work.
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