ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Individual courses are the building blocks of each degree program. Course requirements are structured to ensure that student study encompasses a broad range of topics and approaches, with an appropriate balance maintained among the three curricular components that comprise a liberal arts education: General Education, The Major, and Electives. The three components are described below:
Students pursuing an Associate of Science degree must complete the following 9 courses to fulfill the
General Education requirements.
Major Courses Required
|Course Code||Course Name||Prerequisites||Credits|
Introduction to Statistics
Communications and Networking
Web Programming 1 (proctored course)
Operating Systems 1 (proctored course)
Software Engineering 1
Students pursuing an Associate of Science degree may choose additional elective
courses beyond those specified in the General Education requirements, and/or select introductory
courses in other majors and/or take additional courses in a student’s major that may not be required
for the degree.