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NJIT Articulation Agreements

The Associate of Science degree at SCCC is designed to transfer seamlessly into NJIT’s Information Systems bachelor degree program or Computer Science degree program.

Computer Science:

(CS) is a discipline that involves the design and development of computing systems applications and their effective deployment and use. It ranges from theoretical studies of algorithms to practical problems of system implementation involving both software and hardware. The breadth of computer science is all encompassing. It is an interdisciplinary field with roots in mathematics and engineering and applications in many diverse areas.

Learn to design, analyze and implement computer algorithms and software systems in such fields as finance, pharmaceuticals, technology and management. You might manage network and computer security or databases or write programs for computer gaming, mobile computing or cell phones. You could work with engineers or biologists to develop systems or lead large software development project teams.

REQ REQUIRED COURSES
COMS221 OPERATING SYSTEMS
COMS114 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I
COMS115 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II
COMS223 DATA STRUCTURES
COMS218 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
COMS239 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

In addition, students are required to take Calculus I (MATH 113), Calculus II (MATH114), Calculus III (MATH 213) or Discrete Math (MATH 213), Physics I with Calculus (PHYS 120) and Physics II with Calculus (PHYS 121).

Information Systems:

The IS degree features a strong practical focus in designing, developing and evaluating IS, databases, management information systems, and decision support systems. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that IS jobs are among the highest paying and fastest growing in the nation. Jobs in this field include application systems analyst, information systems auditor, database designer, and for those with a business minor, business systems analyst.

REQ REQUIRED COURSES
COMS113 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS
COMS114 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I
COMS115 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II
COMS155 W WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT I
COMS218 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
COMS230 NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
COMS239 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
MATH108 STATISTICS

In addition, students are required to take Calculus I (MATH 113)