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Degree & Certificate Programs COMMUNICATION STUDIES AA-T DEGREE (CONTINUED) Specialized Application Development Electives - Complete 18 units from the following list of courses. All courses do not need to be taken from the same area. Introductory Programming Area: Total Major Units 18 Introduction to C# .NET Programming* CS A140 4 Introduction to VB .NET Programming* CS A142 4 Java Programming 1* CS A170 4 CSU or IGETC for CSU 37-39 Technical Programming Area: C++ Programming 1 CS A150 4 Transferable electives as needed to satisfy unit requirement Varies Data Structures CS A200 4 Computer Architecture CS A216 4 Total Degree Units 60 C++ Programming 2 CS A250 4 Java Programming 2 CS A272 4 Courses in major program may double count towards major and General Education Mobile Application Development in Android CS A273 4 Breadth, reducing total GE Breadth unit count. Web Development Area: Web Page Design 1 Introduction to Dreamweaver Web Page Design 2 Business Multimedia and Graphics JavaScript 1 JavaScript 2 Digital Photo Premiere BUSINESS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT Designed to provide a good foundation for students who are interested in developing computer applications. Students may choose courses in a number of areas to develop a general understanding of the field or they may choose to study a particular specialization or two in greater depth. In today’s dynamic and changing technological environment, continuous professional upgrading is a requirement. Program Outcomes 1. Course Units Subtotal CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS A106 A110 A176 A177 A191 A192 A193 A194 A196 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS A178 A179 A182 A183 A184 A185 A187 A188 2 2 4 4 3 4 4 3 ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE Students will be prepared for employment in entry-level positions in the computer and information systems industries. Financial Accounting ACCT A101 Introduction to Computer Info Systems CIS A111 Introduction to C# .NET Programming* CS A140 Or Introduction to VB .NET Programming* CS A142 Or Java Programming 1* CS A170 Finite Math with Applications MATH A155 Or Calculus 1 / Honors MATH A180 Or Business Calculus MATH A140 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 Database Area: SQL Tuning Workshop PL/SQL 2 Introduction to Database Concepts Oracle SQL Programming Oracle PL/SQL Programming Oracle Forms & Reports Developer Oracle Database Administration 1 Oracle Database Administration 2 The goal of the CIS program is to provide students with the technical skills and systems perspective necessary for entry-level positions in the computer and information industry. Students should not expect that they will necessarily meet the lower division requirements at specific colleges or universities. Students should consult the Transfer Information section of this catalog for specific transfer information. A123 A128 A129 A132 A171 A223 A232 Networking Environment Area: Introduction to Linux: LPI Certification PC Concepts A+Cert Prep Database Design and Data Warehousing Business Intelligence and Data Mining Network and Communication Technologies Network Systems Administration Network Infrastructure Administration Network Directory Services Administration Network Enterprise Administration COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS 4 3 4 Complete the Business Application Development Certificate of Achievement and the Associate in Science graduation requirements as outlined in the Graduation Requirements section of the catalog. BUSINESS INFORMATION WORKER 4 4 4 4 4 15 Specialized Application Development Electives (see list) 18 CERTIFICATE OF SPECIALIZATION Completion of this certificate, issued through the Business and Computing Division, will prepare students for entry-level employment in business environments using Microsoft Office Applications. All courses must be completed at Orange Coast College. Students are required to obtain a grade of “C” or better in all required courses. Continued on next page 33 Total Units *Courses may not be used to satisfy both the core requirement and the specialization requirement. 75