AS: Computer Information Technology
Why study computer science?
It's relevant. The use of computers and personal devices has exploded in recent years. They are a part of everything we do. The computer field drives innovation in many other fields including education, medicine, engineering, communications, and entertainment.
Be a part of a team that completes three NASA mini-challenges. Build a robotic vehicle, a hydro-powered rocket, and send an experiment up in a weather balloon. Each team member receives a $5000 stipend, awarded by the NASA Space Grant Consortium. The Olympionics will end with a competition at Kennedy Space Center. Want to be a member of the NASA Olympionic team?Download the flyer. Register for the webinar on November 13, 2014.
|ENC1101, Engilish Composition I||3||SPC1608, Introduction to Speech Communication||3||Any Course from Humanities/Fine Arts (Area I, Section B)||3|
|MAC1105, College Algebra||3||STA2023, Introduction to Probability and Statistics||3||Computer Science Elective||3|
|CGS1000C, Introduction to Computer Science||3||COP2800, Introduction to Java Programming||3|
|CGS1100, Introduction to Computer Applications||3||CGS2820, Web Authoring HTML||3|
|COP1000, Fundamentals of Programming||3|
|CET1172C, Computer Upgrade & Repair||3||CET1174C, Advanced Computer Repair||3||Any course from Social/Behavioral Science (Area IV)||3|
|CGS2091, Professional Ethics and Social Issues in Computing||3||CNT1401, Principles of Information Security Assurance||3||Computer Science Elective||3|
|CGS2540, Introduction to Microcomputer Database Management||3||CIS2321, Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|CGS1560, Computer Operating Systems||3||CNT1000, Introduction to Local Area and Computer Networking||3|
|Overall total credit hours: 63|
|Suggested Electives: Any course from CGS, CIS, CNT, COP|