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Computer Programming AAS Degree

The Computer Programming AAS degree program is designed to prepare students for entry-level career opportunities in software development, web design, and web application programming. The curriculum of the program includes an introduction to operating systems such as Microsoft Windows and Linux and various programming languages such as HTML, Java, various .NET languages, and SQL.

Computer Programming AAS Degree (68-70 semester credit hours)

Course Course Title / Certifications Sem. Hours
Freshman Year, First Semester
COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing 3
ITSC 1305 PC Operating System 3
MATH Elective MATH 1314 or higher 3
ITSE 1329

Programming Logic and Design

* This class is typically offered fall semester *

3
COSC 1436 Programming Fundamentals I 4
  16 semester hours
Freshman Year, Second Semester
ITSC 1307 UNIX Operating System I 3
COSC 1437 Programming Fundamentals II 4
ITSW 1307 Introduction to Database 3
ITSE 1311 Beginning Web Programming 3
ITNW 1325 or ITCC 1475 Fundamentals of Networking or Introduction to Networks (Cisco 1)
3 or 4
  16 or 17 semester hours
Summer I
ENGL 1301 English Composition I 3
Math/Science Elective ** Any college-level MATH or Science course 3 or 4
  6 or 7 semester hours

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Sophomore Year, First Semester
ITSE 1350 System Analysis and Design 3
ITSE2309 Database Programming 3
ARTS, DRAM, or MUSI Any ARTS, DRAM, or MUSI course 3
ITSE 2302 Intermediate Web Programming 3
GOVT 2305 Federal Government 3
  15 semester hours
Sophomore Year, Second Semester
ITSE 2321 Object-Oriented Programming 3
INEW 2330 (CC) Comprehensive Software Project: Planning and Design 3
INEW 2334 Advanced Web Programming 3
ENGL 1302 or elective ENGL 1302 or CETT 1331, or any ITCC, ITSC, ITNW, ITSE, INEW, or CSIR course 3
Accounting/Business elective Choose from ACCT 2401, BUSI 1301, or MRKG 1301 3
  15 semester hours
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