Computers are essential to virtually every business in the U.S. today. Businesses need IT professionals not only to keep their systems running but to ensure their security.
The Associate of Science in computer science prepares students for entry- or intermediate-level programming and networking positions. Students learn how to handle administrative tasks related to operating systems, Web construction, and system design and analysis.
Core courses cover technical skills, such as programming, Web design, and networking that are necessary to perform computer-related functions.
General education courses focus on business skills including composition and communication. Students can also choose electives that teach software skills or opt for management-related courses in leadership and critical thinking.
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