Computational Structures (Minor)

The Minor in Computational Structures combines practices in algorithms, computational mathematics, data structures, and discrete structures that can complement a range of majors.

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The field of computational structures is reaching across industries and businesses—from developing neural networks, to designing new pharmaceuticals, to assisting civil engineers. A Minor in Computational Structures can provide you a solid background as a complement to a variety of majors, while instilling problem-solving skills.

The Minor in Computational Structures is a rigid set of courses that explores the topics of discrete structure, data structures, and algorithms, as well as computational mathematics.

Discover new methods of solving real-world problems by creating new solutions with training in computational structures. This training not only will help while working within a team, but also will aid in team leadership.

Program Overview

The Minor in Computational Structures is a rigid set of courses that explores the topics of discrete structure, data structures, and algorithms, as well as computational mathematics.

Career Opportunities

A foundation in computational structures can be of great benefit to individuals in a wide range of career fields, including:

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Engineering
  • Health care
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Statistics
  • Data analysis

A total of 16 credit hours of coursework must be completed to earn the Minor in Computational Structures.

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Admission to Illinois Tech is required to enroll in the Minor in Computational Structures program. Consult your academic adviser to transfer into this program.