The associate degree program in computer science is designed for students who desire
to transfer to a four-year school. Computer science is the study of the theoretical
foundations of information and computation and their implementation and application
in computer systems. Courses cover programming fundamentals, data structures, discrete
mathematics and computer architecture, along with specific programming languages.
The graduate of the AA program in computer science will:
- Recall significant computer science concepts, vocabulary and theories.
- Produce elementary programming projects in a variety of languages.
- Demonstrate the ability to follow instructions.
- Find and correct programming errors.
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