Computer Programming


Applied Science & Technology Division

This two-year program leads to the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Computer Programming. It is designed to provide students with the necessary information and skills to seek entry-level employment as a computer programmer in a business environment. Graduates will be prepared to assist and/or participate in the software development process of common business applications such as, but not limited to: user interface, database access and manipulation, report generation and web page design.

Total Hours: 64

First Semester
Credit Hours
CSCI 1101 Introduction to Computers 3.00
CSCI 1260 Intro to Programming with MS Visual Basic 3.00
ENGL 1101 Rhetoric and Composition I1 3.00
MATH 1108 College Algebra1 3.00
WBM 1220 Introduction to HTML 3.00
Second Semester
BUSI 1101 Introduction to Business 3.00
COMM 1101 Principles of Effective Speaking 3.00
CSCI 1255 Microsoft Access Database 3.00
CSCI 1261 Mastering Visual Basic Fundamentals 3.00
CSCI 2100 Discrete Structures 3.00
Third Semester
ACCO 1101 Principles of Financial Accounting 3.00
CNS 1210 Network Fundamentals 5.00
CSCI 1257 SQL Server Database Design 3.00
CSCI 1262 Advanced Visual Basic Development 3.00
Elective-Technical 4.00
Fourth Semester
CSCI 1264 Web Application Development 3.00
CSCI 1280 Advanced Database Systems 3.00
CSCI 1290 Special Programming Project OR COOP 1101 Cooperative Experience I 4.00
CSCI 2209 Systems Analysis and Design 3.00
PSYC 2101 Introduction to Psychology 3.00
Recommended Electives
CSCI 1103 Introduction to Programing (C++) 3.00
CSCI 1104 Introduction to Programing (Java) 4.00
CSCI 1267 Introduction to Game Programming 3.00

1Prerequisite course(s) may be required based on results of COMPASS, ASSET, ACT or SAT scores.
NOTE: Students must be able to type 25 words per minute.
NOTE: Reading course(s) may be required based on results of COMPASS or ASSET scores.