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A.S. Degree Plan 20-21 (pdf)
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A.S. in Computer Science

The Associate in Science in Computer Science degree program has two principal goals.

One goal of the program is to provide students with the necessary skills required to become competent in computer programming at the entry level, as well as to understand the significant issues of how technology is changing the workplace.

The second goal is to provide students with the academic background to seek a baccalaureate degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or Information Technology.

Transferability of this degree should be confirmed with the receiving institution.

The specialty courses in this degree will partially satisfy the specialty area of the Bachelor of Technology in Applied Technology program offered at Rogers State University.

 


Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students will demonstrate competence in analyzing problems, designing, and implementing programs to solve the problems using computer programming languages.
  2. Students will integrate the design, implementation and administration of computer networks.
  3. Students will demonstrate computer proficiency.

Department Mission: The mission of the Department of Applied Technology is to support the School of Business and Technology and RSU in their mission to prepare students to achieve professional and personal goals in dynamic local and global communities. Specifically, the organizational structure of the Department of Technology provides the technology course support for the Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degrees, as well as the Bachelor of Science in Business Information Technology, the Bachelor of Science in Game Development, and the Bachelor of Technology in Applied Technology. As indicated, many of the programs offered by the Department of Applied Technology are available online.

Degree Program Mission: To provide students with the necessary skills required to become competent in computer programming at the entry level, as well as to understand the significant issue s of how technology is changing the workplace; and to provide students with the academic background to seek a baccalaureate degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or Information Technology.

Available online.