The Computer Science curriculum provides an introduction to the field and facilitates successful transfer to a four-year program. Students learn to construct, verify and implement systems by writing and running programs in standard programming languages. The program also provides a broad background in science and the humanities and integrates principles of mathematics.
In a world where technology drives workforce, students in the Computer Information Technology (Networking, Application Development, Application Programming, Security, Web Programming) program have the ability to pick up the building blocks of computer technologies and understand how they fit together. After two years, this knowledge can be applied in the workplace; graduates of the program are expected to effectively communicate and analyze information related to computer systems, configure and maintain those systems, and develop solutions to programming problems.
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