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(2014-2015 Catalog) Course Selection Guide for this program

Liberal Arts & Sciences: Computer Science Concentration (code: EB38)   

Associate in Arts Degree

The goal of this program is to prepare computer science majors to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program. Students have the opportunity to explore their interests and meet their first- and second-year requirements in computer science, mathematics, science, humanities, and social science courses. Students are advised to review the requirements of the transfer institution prior to course selection.

Outcomes

  • Demonstrate the ability to read and write program code in a variety of programming languages and have extensive experience with at least one high-level, widely-used and modern programming language
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the two major components of current software systems and the interaction between these two components: processing logic, and data storage and manipulation logic
  • Demonstrate strong problem-solving skills, and good analytic, design, and implementation skills required to formulate and solve computing problems
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze, evaluate and compare alternate solutions to computational problems
  • Attain a broad general education assuring an adequate foundation in science and mathematics relevant to computing, and an exposure to the humanities and social sciences that provides breadth and a societal context
  • Communicate clearly and effectively in both written and oral form with a wide range of audiences
  • Recognize the need for and have the ability to engage in life-long learning, and demonstrate the ability to meet the demands of the rapidly-changing field of computer science through self-study or further formal education

Suggested Sequence of Courses:
Prerequisite or parallel courses may be required. Please check individual course descriptions for details.

Freshman Year

  ENG* E101
Composition    
3
  Mathematics (4-credit) 1
Elective    
4
  HIS* E101
  or HIS* E102
Western Civilization I    
   Western Civilization II
3
  Science (4-credit) 2
Elective    
4
  CSC *E105
Programming Logic    
3
  ENG* E102
Literature & Composition    
3
  Mathematics (4-credit) 1
Elective    
4
  Science (4-credit) 2
Elective    
4
  CSC* E223
JAVA Programming I    
4
  CSC* E231
Database Design I    
3

Sophomore Year

  Fine Arts
Elective    
3
  Mathematics 1
Elective    
3 - 4
  CSC* E224
Java Programming II    
4
  Humanities
Elective    
3
  Social Science
Elective    
3
  Computer Science 3
Elective    
3 - 4
  Behavioral Science
Elective    
3
  Humanities
Elective    
3
  Open (2 courses) 4
Electives    
6

Total Credits 

66 - 68

1 At least 3 mathematics courses from the following: MAT* E186, MAT* E254, MAT* E256, MAT* E268, MAT* E285

2 Any 4-credit science course.

3 3 or 4 credits from CSC or CST courses

4 Electives should be taken in consultation with program advisor

Note: A minimum of 15 credits must be taken in 200-level courses.

Note: For degree completion the student must complete the Computer Literacy Requirement.

› Please read Expectations for Student Use of Computers in Courses