The Associate of Applied Science in Computer Coding will focus on the scripting and coding skills employers are demanding. A strong emphasis will be placed on hands-on labs and exercises that will reinforce the lectures. Students will have ample time to be creative in their programs, and the degree will be administered in such a way to make the learning/exercises useful beyond academics. What sets this degree apart from similar degrees is the ability of graduates to get much more scripting and coding experience while meeting the requirements of the A.A.S. degree. Technical certificates are available for those students who desire preparation for more immediate entry into the work force.
The fourth digit in the course number indicates the number of credit hours.
Semester I Fall - 11 hours
|Semester I Fall||Department|
|CIS||1503||Microcomputer Applications I||Computer Information Systems|
|CST||1104||Introduction to Computer Hardware/Software||Computer Systems and Networking Technology|
|CST||1154||Computer Coding||Computer Systems and Networking Technology|
Semester II Spring - 17 hours
|Semester II Spring||Department|
|CIS||2873||Structured Programming in the C Language||Computer Information Systems|
|CST||1234||Database Technology||Computer Systems and Networking Technology|
|ENG||1003||Freshman English I||English|
|CST||1124||Microcomputer Operating Systems||Computer Systems and Networking Technology|
|MATH||1013||Technical Mathematics A, B, C, D, E, J, M and V||Mathematics|
|Students may take a MATH course higher than MATH 1013|