Computer Science, Associate
This degree provides an initial framework in computer science which allows you to branch into many career paths. Students complete a capstone real-world project in their sophomore year. You will often choose a project that relates to your specific interests, such as Web page design, database administration, and applications or systems programming.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Design and develop computer programs to meet specifications given to them. (Design)
- Assist in analyzing, implementing, and integrating appropriate solutions for networking, database, and coding to applications and systems frameworks. (Implementation)
- Use current software technologies and accepted best practices in software and systems design to help solve business and industrial problems. (Best Practices)
- Communicate technical information relative to problems and solutions to professionals in the field. (Communication)
|CSCI 103||Survey of Computer Science||3|
|CSCI 105||Intro to Computer Programming||3|
|CSCI 121||Principles of Programming||4|
|CSCI 163||Troubleshooting/Repair of PC's||3|
|or CSCI 415||Computer Org Architecture|
|CSCI 415||Computer Org Architecture||3|
|CSCI 201||Data Structures and Algorithms||4|
|CSCI 211||Database Applications||4|
|CSCI 221||Computer Networks||3|
|CSCI 291||Computer Science Project||4|
|MATH 111||College Algebra 1||3|
|MATH 207||Prin of Statistical Methods||3|
|BUSN 121||Introduction to Business||3|
May be used for general education credit.
General Education: All LSSU Associate’s degree candidates must complete the LSSU General Education Requirements.
A minimum of 62 credits (at the 100 level or higher) must be earned for graduation with a cumulative gpa of 2.00 or higher. A gpa of 2.00 or higher is also required in your General Education Requirements. A gpa of 2.50 or higher is required in the Major.