Information and Computer Science
Associate of Science in Information and Computer ScienceThe Information and Computer Science (ICS) curriculum prepares students for a broad range of computer opportunities in industry as well as in graduate studies. ICS students choose one or more specialty areas from among these four options: Computer Science, Software Engineering, Data Management, or Networking. Depending on their chosen specialty area, ICS graduates are well prepared for these industry positions: Web programmer, applications programmer, systems analyst, information technology (IT) project manager, database analyst, or network analyst.
- Apply problem-solving and critical-thinking skills and use popular computer technologies in producing technology solutions.
- Communicate effectively, ethically, and professionally in a team environment.
- ICS/CS and ICS/SE students: Design and implement elegant programs that utilize data structures and operating systems concepts.
- ICS/NT students: Explain computer networking and security concepts and demonstrate proficiency in use of popular computer networking and security technologies.
- ICS/DM students: Design and implement elegant data management solutions.
|Associate of Science in Information and Computer Science - Prerequisite Tree||29-30 cr.|
|CA 103 Public Speaking||3 cr.|
|CS 140 Introduction to Computers||3 cr.|
|CS 151 Introduction to Programming||3 cr.|
|CS 208 Discrete Mathematics||3 cr.|
|CS 219 Programming Fundamentals||3 cr.|
|IS 205 Managing Information Systems||3 cr.|
|MA 120 Basic Concepts of Statistics||3 cr.|
|MA 135 College Algebra -OR-
MA 141, MA 150, MA 210, MA 221
|Select electives from this list (excluding courses taken in core):
*MA 210 & MA 221 prerequisite: MA141 or MA150