The Associate in Science degree program provides students with the analytical skills and scientific knowledge to expand and apply critical thinking to all facets of learning. The expected program outcome is to provide a comprehensive lower division education for students who plan to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program.
Upon completion the graduate will be prepared to:
1. Demonstrate both procedural and conceptual understanding of mathematics and the relation of these tenets to problem solving in the area of computer science.
2. Apply both procedural and conceptual knowledge of mathematics and computer science to critical thinking, logical reasoning, computer programming, modeling, and quantitative analysis.
3. Apply both procedural and conceptual knowledge in the areas of calculus and discrete mathematics to upper level courses and a career in Computer Science.
4. Successfully transfer to a baccalaureate degree program in Computer Science that aligns with Engineering and Mathematics.
Degree requirements (PDF)