Computer Programming

An area of emphasis intended for the two-year vocational student who plans to gain entry level employment as a programmer for systems. Students who complete the sequence successfully are able to write or maintain code for program modules from design documents and specifications prepared by senior programmers or analysts.

Note: All courses must be completed with a letter grade "C" or higher.

Subject & Number

Title

Units

CSIS 112 Windows Operating Systems 3
or
CSIS 113 Intro to UNIX (3)
CSIS 119 Introduction to Computer Programming 3
CSIS 280 Job Search Assistance and Retention 2
CSIS 2812 Directed Work Experience 2
or
CSIS 282 Directed Work Experience (3)
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Total 10-11

Select TWO (2) of the following sequences:

Subject & Number

Title

Units

CSIS 288 Introduction to Visual Basic Programming (4)
and
CSIS 289 Intermediate Visual Basic Programming (4)
or
CSIS 2901 Introduction to C# Programming (4)
and
CSIS 291 Intermediate C# Programming (4)
or
CSIS 293 Introduction to Java Programming (4)
and
CSIS 2942 Intermediate Java Programming and Fundamental Data Structures (4)
or
CSIS 296 Introduction to C++ Programming (4)
and
CSIS 2971 Intermediate C++ Programming (4)
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Total 16

Select ONE (1) of the following courses (the course cannot be part of the prior sequence):

Subject & Number

Title

Units

CSIS 165 Assembly Language and Machine Architecture 4
CSIS 220 Software Engineering I 3
CSIS 270 Advanced Computer Programming 3
CSIS 276 Introduction to SQL 3
CSIS 288 Introduction to Visual Basic Programming 4
CSIS 2901 Introduction to C# Programming 4
CSIS 293 Introduction to Java Programming 4
CSIS 295 Android Application Development with Java 4
CSIS 296 Introduction to C++ Programming 4
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Total 3-4
Total Required 29-31
Plus General Education and Elective Requirements

1. Offered in the Spring semester only.
2. Offered in the Fall semester only.

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