Computer Science is the study and design of computer systems: both hardware and software. Computer scientists are primarily concerned with the design of algorithms, languages, hardware architectures, systems software, applications software and tools. Emphasis in the Computer Science program is placed on the ability to solve problems and think independently. The program offers a foundation in data structures, computer architecture, software design, algorithms, programming languages, and object-oriented programming. This program also introduces students to the video game industry, video game design and programming. See a Counselor for additional university transfer requirements in this major.
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Degree or Certificate RequirementsTo earn an A.S. degree in Computer Science with Emphasis in Video Ga, see the course catalog for general education requirements.
|CSCI 112 Programming Fundamentals I||4||Fall, Spring||None|
|CSCI 114 Programming Fundamentals II||4||Fall, Spring||CSCI 112|
|CSCI 210 Data Structures||4||Fall, Spring||CSCI 114|
|CSCI 212 Machine Organization and Assembly Language||4||Fall, Spring||CSCI 114|
|CSCI 222 C++ and Object-Oriented Programming||4||Fall, Spring, Summer||CSCI 114|
|CSCI 160 Overview of the Video Game Industry||4||Spring||None|
|CSCI 161 Video Game Design||4||Fall||None|
|CSCI 260 Video Game Programming I||3||Spring||CSCI 222|
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