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Computer Science

Program Curriculum

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

FIRST YEAR:
First Semester
  • English Composition I ENG 1113
  • General Biology I BIO 1134
  • Public Speaking I SPT/COM 1113
  • *Calculus I MAT 1613
  • **History Elective (3)
Total 16 Hours
Second Semester
  • English Composition II ENG 1123
  • General Chemistry I CHE 1213
  • General Chemistry Lab I CHE 1211
  • Calculus II MAT 1623
  • Computer Programming I CSC 1613
  • **History Elective (3)
Total 16 Hours
SECOND YEAR:
First Semester
  • Calculus III MAT 2613
  • General Physics I-A PHY 2514
  • Computer Programming II CSC 2623
  • **Social/Behavioral Science Elective (3)
  • **Literature Elective (3)
Total 16 Hours
Second Semester
  • Introduction to Linear Algebra MAT 2113
  • General Physics II-A PHY 2524
  • ***Fine Arts Elective (3)
  • **Social/Behavioral Science Elective (3)
  • **Literature Elective (3)
Total 16 Hours
Consult with your chosen transfer university/college to determine changes to this curriculum.

*Students are strongly advised to take MAT 1323 Trigonometry prior to enrolling in the calculus sequence.

**The student must consult the catalog of his/her chosen university concerning the number of hours in each area and the sequence to follow.
**Social/Behavioral Science Electives:
ECO 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 2123 Principles of Microeconomics
GEO 1113 World Regional Geography
PSC 1113 American National Government
PSY 1513 General Psychology
SOC 2113 Introduction to Sociology
**Literature Electives:
ENG 2223 American Literature I
ENG 2233 American Literature II
ENG 2323 British Literature I
ENG 2333 British Literature II
**History Electives:
HIS 1113 Western Civilization I
HIS 1123 Western Civilization II
HIS 1163 World Civilization I
HIS 1173 World Civilization II
HIS 2213 American (U.S.) History I
HIS 2223 American (U.S.) History II

***ART 1113 Art Appreciation, MUS 1113 Music Appreciation, or SPT 2233 Theatre Appreciation
Enrollment in a minimum of 15 hours each semester is recommended for eligibility for state aid, institutional scholarships, and the tuition break.