The Computer Science option in the Computer Information Systems degree program gives the student a technical understanding of computer systems. The curriculum provides students with extensive course work in computer science and mathematics. This program is designed for students planning to transfer to a baccalaureate institution for further study. To complete most computer assignments, students will need to use either BCC’s computer laboratory or an off-campus computer. A related major at the baccalaureate level is computer science.
Computer Science (A.S.) Program Overview
Graduates of this program should be able to:
- Apply fundamental concepts of programming languages and software development to solve a diverse array of problems and recognize these concepts in different languages;
- Communicate clearly, accurately and succinctly through written and verbal means;
- Work effectively with others to design, develop, evaluate, and present solutions to business and software engineering problems;
- Analyze a problem, gather appropriate data and use logic to solve, and predict and analyze results for relevance, accuracy and consistency; and
- Recognize solution patterns of common problems and apply them to new challenges.