Home Student Programmes Where Can I Study Media and Tech Computer Science as a Minor Where Can I Study Media and Tech + - Computer Science as a Minor Scholarships & Internships + - National Infocomm Scholarship Infocomm Polytechnic Scholarship Industry Preparation for Pre-graduate (iPREP) Programme Media Education Scholarship National Cybersecurity Postgraduate Scholarship Code for Fun Enrichment Programme IMDA Lab on Wheels + - Primary School Activities Secondary School Activities Industry Partners Community Gallery Meet the Team/Contact Us Infocomm Clubs + - ICT Learning Roadmap Youth Infocomm Ambassadors Online Engagement Platform National Infocomm Competition Computer Science as a Minor In today’s technology-dependent world, coding is a skill that is in high demand across all industries. It is therefore vital that tertiary students who are not pursuing ICT courses are exposed to computer science within their chosen field of study and future profession. These hybrid graduates with an in-depth knowledge of their respective fields and adequate knowledge of coding and computational skills will be highly sought after by employers. From 2016, students in non-ICT courses at local universities who take up electives which lead up to computer science as a minor or double major, may apply for awards which recognise their efforts to pick up these 21st century skills. Students who do well, could also receive book prizes which celebrate their passion for picking up these skills. For more details about infocomm courses, click here.