Technology and Information Management Minor

Course Requirements

Lower-Division Courses

Mathematics (2 Courses)

One of the following
AM 11AMathematical Methods for Economists I

5

MATH 11ACalculus with Applications

5

MATH 19ACalculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics

5

MATH 20AHonors Calculus

5

Plus one of the following
AM 11BMathematical Methods for Economists II

5

MATH 11BCalculus with Applications

5

MATH 19BCalculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics

5

MATH 20BHonors Calculus

5

Computer Science and Engineering (3 Courses)

One of the following
CSE 20Beginning Programming in Python

5

CSE 30Programming Abstractions: Python

7

Plus both of the following
CSE 50Business Information Systems

5

CSE 58Systems Analysis and Design

5

Upper-Division Courses

Mathematics (1 Course)

One of the following courses:

CSE 107Probability and Statistics for Engineers

5

ECON 113Introduction to Econometrics

5

STAT 131Introduction to Probability Theory

5

Electives (4 Courses)

Four courses from the following list:

CSE 171AIntroduction to Management of Technology I

5

CSE 171BIntroduction to Management of Technology II

5

CSE 175Business Strategy and Information Systems

5

CSE 150Introduction to Computer Networks

5

CSE 150LIntroduction to Computer Networks Laboratory

2

CSE 180Database Systems I

5

CSE 182Introduction to Database Management Systems

5

ECON 100AIntermediate Microeconomics

5

ECON 100MIntermediate Microeconomics, Math Intensive

5

ECON 100BIntermediate Macroeconomics

5

ECON 100NIntermediate Macroeconomics, Math Intensive

5

Lecture/lab combinations count as one course.

Either CSE 180 or CSE 182

Either ECON 100A or ECON 100M

Either ECON 100B or ECON 100N