Computer Programming & Application Development

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Suggested Plan of Study
Computer Programming & Application Development Associate of Applied Science Degree

 

Required Courses Credits
CAPP 156 MS Excel 3
CAPP 158 MS Access 3
COMX 106 Communicating in a Dynamic Workplace 3
CSCI 111B Programming with Java I 4
CSCI 113 Programming with C++ I 3
CSCI 114 Programming with C# 3
CSCI 116 Introduction to Python Programming 3
CSCI 121 Programming with Java II 4
CSCI 124 Advanced C#/.NET 3
CSCI 181 Web Design & Programming 3
CSCI 211 Client Side Programming 3
CSCI 214 Server-Side Web Programming & Administration 3
CSCI 223 Software Development 3
CSCI 240 Databases and SQL 3
CSCI 299 Thesis/Capstone 3
ITS 163 MS Windows & Configuration 3
ITS 170 MS Windows Server 2012 3
ITS 224 Introduction to Linux 3
M 143 Finite Mathematics 4
NTS 104 CCNA 1: Intro to Networks 4
WRIT 121 Introduction to Technical Writing 3
Restricted Elective
CSCI 298 Technical Support Internship
OR CSCI 241 PL/SQL
3
 
Total minimum credits for degree 70

Before a student can be accepted into the Computer Programming & Application Development degree program, competency in mathematics and computers must be demonstrated. This may be done by:

  • transferring of appropriate credits
  • completing the computer literacy challenge test
  • obtaining permission of CST faculty
  • taking prerequisite course (CMP 105)
  • possessing current ACT/SAT scores in the required range
  • taking the necessary prerequisite English, math, and/or computer classes identified in the catalog

 

First Semester Credits
CAPP 156 3
CSCI 114 2
CSCI 116 3
CSCI 181 3
ITS 163 3
WRIT 121 3
Total 18
Second Semester Credits
CAPP 158 3
CSCI 124 3
CSCI 211 3
ITS 170 3
ITS 224 3
COMX 106 3
Total 18
Third Semester Credits
CSCI 240 3
CSCI 111B 4
CSCI 121 4
CSCI 223 3
M 143 4
Total 18
Fourth Semester Credits
CSCI 113 3
NTS 104 4
CSCI 214 3
CSCI 299 3
Restrictive Elective 3

Total

16

 

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NOTE: This is a general program overview. For specific graduation requirements, please refer to the City College at MSU Billings catalog and visit with an academic or faculty advisor.