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Our Computer Science Program
Trains students in object oriented languages, multimedia programming, hardware & software skills
The Computer Science program provides 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 interested in transferring to a four-year college or university to complete a bachelor's degree in computer science should complete the Associate in Arts degree and identify the institution of transfer early on to ensure appropriate general education requirements and prerequisites for the transfer institution are achieved.
For people already working in the industry or students with a lot of .net training who want to investigate other leading web technology may find the e-Commerce Web Certificate of Completion appropriate.
- CNT 117 - Windows OS
- CNT 118 - Advanced Windows Management
- CNT 119 - Windows OS III
- CNT 122 - Electronic Measurement
- CNT 126 - Internet
- CNT 128 - Advanced Windows Workstation
- CNT 136 - Linux I
- CNT 137 - Linux II
- CS& 131 - Computer Science I: C++
- CS& 141 - Computer ScienceI: Java
- CST 100 - Intro to Programming
- CST 119 - Web Scripting I
- CST 120 - Intro to Web Design
- CST 123 - Fundamentals of Robotics
- CST 125 - Web Animation
- CST 143 - Java: Object Orientation Programming II
- CST 204 - XML
- CST 215 - Computer Science: Foundation
- CST 220 - Tomcat Web Server
- CST 224 - Java
- CST 225 - Web Animation +
- CST 226 - Java: Network Programming
- CST 228 - Java: Server Side Programming
- CST 232 - C#
Hardware & software skills for entry-level jobs in the computer industry...
Proficient keyboarding skills will allow you to focus on course content.
COMPUTER SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR:Jim Daniels
(360) 736-9391 ext. 328
Email Jim Daniels