Computer Science Technology
Associate in Applied Science
PurposeProvides students with training in object oriented languages and multimedia programming and the hardware and software skills necessary to compete for entry-level employment in the computer programming industry. Students should work closely with their advisor when selecting electives to assure their educational goals are met.
Students who successfully complete this program should be able to:
- Script static web pages.
- Code dynamic web pages.
- Install and operate simple web servers.
- Install and configure routers in small-scale networks using RIP, OSPF and/or IGRP.
- Install and configure security programs.
- Install and configure TCP/IP protocols.
Recommended Course Schedule
Fall Quarter, First Year
|CNT 117||Windows Workstation OS||2|
|ERA 150||Robotics I||3|
|MATH 100||Technical Math||5|
Winter Quarter, First Year
|CNT 118||Windows OS II||5|
|CST 119||Web Scripting||3|
|CST 228||Java Server Side Programming||5|
|COMM 101||Written Communications *||3|
Spring Quarter, First Year
|CNT 119||Windows OS III||4|
|CST 230||Java Server Side Programming II||5|
|ELT 115||DC Electronics||5|
|HLTH 145||Safety & Fitness (HF)||3|
Fall Quarter, Second Year
|CST 220||Apache/Tomcat Web Server||4|
|CS& 131||Computer Science I C++||5|
|ELT 212||Computer Electronics I||4|
Winter Quarter, Second Year
|ELT 238||Network Technology I||4|
|ELT 222||Computer Electronics II||4|
|ERA 230||Robotics II||4|
Spring Quarter, Second Year
|H R 110||Human Relations-Workplace||5|
|CNT 137||Linux II||3|
|ELT 242||Network Technology II||4|
* Students interested in fulfilling BASM program admission requirements should take ENGL& 101. Students will also need a Quantitative Skills Distribution course, Natural Science, Social Science, and five additional credits of English, Math, Natural Science or Social Science.