Table of Contents
- 1 What minor goes well with cybersecurity?
- 2 What is a good major to pair with computer science?
- 3 What is a good major to combine with computer science?
- 4 What goes with a computer science degree?
- 5 What are some complimentary minors to a computer science major?
- 6 How does a minor become a major in college?
What minor goes well with cybersecurity?
Mathematics is another possibility as a minor; however, basic math may be sufficient for an entry-level position in cybersecurity. Binary math is integral to the operation of computers as run on binary data.
What is a good major to pair with computer science?
Although the most common majors to pair with Computer Sciences include Data Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Statistics, many students also double major in the humanities or social sciences. In fact, over fifty other majors are represented in the list of CS double and triple majors.
Are C major and a minor the same?
For instance, the key of C major shares the same notes as the key of A minor, which makes them a pair of relative keys. In this case, A minor is the relative minor of C major, and C major is the relative major of A minor. All major keys have a relative minor key that uses the same notes, and vice versa.
What is a good major to combine with computer science?
Some good disciplines for minor complement Computer Science degree include math, communications, business, psychology, physics and even biology.
- Mathematics. Math makes a good complement for a computer science degree.
What goes with a computer science degree?
The following types of jobs are positions where a degree in computer science is a major asset:
- Data scientist.
- Software tester.
- Web developer.
- Systems analyst.
- Business analyst.
- Product manager.
- Network architect.
- Software engineer.
What is a good double major/minor with CS?
The most common double majors or minors with CS are math or statistics, linguistics, and business it seems. Something like English or creative writing would make you stand out even more—an engineer who can think, critique, communicate, and write? Is that too common?
What are some complimentary minors to a computer science major?
If a minor is required, complimentary minors would be economics if the student wants to go into business, computer information systems CIS which is applied computer science for business, data science, mathematics (pure or applied), and statistics are the usual ones that I hear.
How does a minor become a major in college?
What this means is a minor can become a major by taking more upper division courses. Together these are the required courses and what remains are free electives. So when you talk about minors (plural) and majors (plural), you are talking about how you “manage” free electives.