Computer Information Science & Programming
Become an IT professional
The Computer Information Science transfer pathway offers a broad and flexible curriculum that emphasizes core computer science programming languages. This program provides preparation for continued studies toward a Bachelor of Science degree at an accredited institution for those students interested in professional work in business, industry, or government. Students should work with their advisors to outline the specific coursework for transfer.
TECHNOLOGY. SOFTWARE. MANAGEMENT.
The Associate of Arts degree requires a minimum of 24 hours of Pathway electives. Students should work with their advisor and transfer institution to determine the most appropriate courses to complete.
- Introduction to Computer Science — CIS1715
- Visual Basic Programming — CIS1858
- C++ Programming — CIS1862
- C# Programming — CIS1864
- ASP.NET Programming — CIS1865
- Java Programming — CIS1868
- Adv. Java Programming — CIS1870
- Python Programming — CIS1872
- Introduction to Oracle — CIS 1895
- Oracle Database: PL/SQL Programming — CIS 1896
- Introduction to SQL — CIS1902
Computers and computer systems require experts to manage and maintain them. As the hardware and software programs evolve, the training programs for the experts must grow with the industry. Cowley addresses this need by offering a new entry-level program into the field of Computer Science and Information Systems training. This program will prepare students to transfer directly into bachelors programs at four-year colleges and universities across the Midwest. Wichita State University has worked cooperatively with us in developing the program.
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