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A.S. - Science/Math - Computer Science Option

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Program Description

The Computer Science program is designed for students who wish to pursue a Bachelor’s degree at a four-year institution, majoring in Computer Science or related field. Successful graduates with this Degree should be competent in the following:

■ Demonstrate the ability solve problems, conduct research and think critically.

■ Exhibit an understanding of computer architecture.

■ Utilize the proper data structures and algorithms with sound programming techniques.

■ Demonstrate an understanding of the mathematical concepts utilized in algorithms. ■ Develop effective communication skills within an organization.

■ Demonstrate the ability to work both individually and as a team member.

■ Exhibit professionalism and ethical behavior.

■ Adapt to advancements in the area of information technology.

Program Requirements

CODE AREA OF STUDY CR.
COLL COLLEGE FOUNDATIONS (4 cr.)
COLL101 FOUNDATIONS FOR SUCCESS 3.00
COLL208 CAPSTONE FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1.00
GER COMMUNICATION (6 cr.)
ENGL101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3.00
ENGL102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3.00
GER HUMANITIES* [+] (3 cr.)
  Humanities Elective  
GER MATH and SCIENCE ELECTIVES (12 cr.)
  Choose from MATH113 and one of the science sequences below:
PHYS110 & PHYS112
or
PHYS120 & PHYS121
 
MATH113 CALCULUS I 4.00
PHYS110 PHYSICS I 4.00
PHYS112 PHYSICS II 4.00
PHYS120 PHYSICS I WITH CALCULUS 4.00
PHYS121 PHYSICS II WITH CALCULUS 4.00
GER TECHNOLOGY (3 cr.)
COMS114 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I 3.00
GER SOCIAL SCIENCE* [+] (6 cr.)
  Social Science Electives  
REQ REQUIRED COURSES (23 cr.)
  Student must take either MATH201 or MATH213 and all other courses listed below.  
COMS115 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II 3.00
COMS218 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 3.00
COMS221 OPERATING SYSTEMS 3.00
COMS223 DATA STRUCTURES 3.00
COMS239 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE 3.00
MATH114 CALCULUS II 4.00
MATH201 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS 4.00
MATH213 CALCULUS III 4.00
ELECT ELECTIVES (7/9 cr.)
  Electives should be chosen according to the student’s career interest and expectations of the transfer institution.

Choose from courses below.
 
COMS113 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3.00
COMS120 COMPUTER SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS 3.00
COMS142 PROGRAMMING IN C++ 3.00
COMS143 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING IN C++ 3.00
COMS148 INTRODUCTION TO LINUX 3.00
COMS155 WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT I 3.00
COMS156 WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT II 3.00
COMS210 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS & DESIGN 3.00
COMS225 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) 3.00
COMS227 E-COMMERCE 3.00
COMS228 INTERNET MARKETING 3.00
COMS230 NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS 3.00
COMS240 COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS INTERNSHIP 3.00
COMS250 SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3.00
MATH215 LINEAR ALGEBRA 4.00
MATH220 ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH APPLICATIONS 4.00
  Total Degree Credits:   64/66
       

*Choose from the list of approved General Education courses in the College catalog.
Click the [+] to expand a list of courses for each area.

For additional information, contact: Robert Reeber
973-300-2195
rreeber@sussex.edu
Effective Date: July 1, 2014
Previous Versions A.S. - Science/Math - Computer Science Option (2011)
A.S. - Science/Math - Computer Science Option (2012)
A.S. - Science/Math - Computer Science Option (2013)
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