ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE
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
|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|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|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.