This Minor is incompatible with the Intelligent Systems major; Artificial Intelligence (UG) Specialization; and Machine Learning (UG) Specialization.

The Computing and Mathematical Foundations minor offers courses to set a mathematical and formal computer science foundation. It can be the stepping stone for a more in-depth computer science major, yet it also works as a stand-alone set of courses.

## Learning Outcomes

- demonstrate an applicable level of understanding in linear algebra and basic probability theory.
- formalise real-world problems in a strict mathematical framework.
- select and implement foundational computer science algorithms to solve strictly defined mathematical problems.
- design frameworks and carry out empirical evaluations of linear algebra and basic probability theory problems.

## Requirements

This minor requires the completion of 24 units from the following list:

MATH1013/MATH1115 Mathematics and Applications 1

MATH1014/MATH1116 Mathematics and Applications 2

COMP1100 /COMP1130 Programming as Problem Solving/ (Advanced)

COMP1110/COMP1140 Structured Programming/ (Advanced)

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