Advanced Manufacturing

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

Computer Information Systems (code: EB60)   

Associate in Science Degree

This program provides instruction in business-related computer information technology for persons who wish to upgrade their current professional skills or for those actively seeking employment in various computer positions.

Outcomes

  • Demonstrate understanding of information technology necessary for entry-level employment and advancement.
  • Demonstrate desirable attitudes and work habits, including creative thinking, the ability to solve problems, cooperation, good judgment, responsibility and self-reliance.
  • Communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of terminology and structure of various programming languages, personal computers, and the use of software tools in the workplace.
  • Troubleshoot common programming and software problems and test for solutions.
  • Develop, write, debug, and test simple programs in Visual BASIC and other languages.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to professional organizations and continuing 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 1
Elective    
3 - 4
  CSA* E106
Introduction to Computer Applications    
4
  Computer Science 2
Elective    
3 - 4
  CSC *E105
Programming Logic    
3
  ENG* E102
Literature & Composition    
3
  CSC*
Programming Language Elective    
3 - 4
  CST* E184
Network Administration I    
3
  Behavioral Science
Elective    
3
  Humanities
Elective    
3

Sophomore Year

  Fine Arts
Elective    
3
  CST* E150
Web Design and Development I    
3
  CST* E210
Operating Systems    
3
  Science
Elective    
3 - 4
  CSC* E231
Database Design I    
3
  CST* E231
Data Communications & Networks (Fall only)    
3
  ECN* E101
  or ECN* E102
Principles of Macro-Economics    
   Principles of Micro-Economics
3
  Computer Science (2 courses) 2
Electives    
6 - 8
  BBG* E210
Business Communication (Spring and Summer only)    
3

Total Credits 

61 - 67

1 Must be one of the following: MAT* E137, MAT* E186, MAT* E254

2 Computer Science electives must be selected in consultation with the program advisor based on student’s concentration. Applications – hardware – programming – networking - graphics.

› Please read Expectations for Student Use of Computers in Courses