www.fsc.edu Bachelor of Science Computer Science and Computer Information Systems Computer Science Program Objectives The Computer Science program offers the opportunity for stu- Admissions Resources E-mail: email@example.com dents to develop a unique blend of knowledge and skills in the Web site: www.fsc.edu/gce areas of computer software and computer hardware. The pro- gram provides sufficient theoretical background for continued learning. It also provides practical skills to prepare the students For E-Advising for professional careers in the rapidly changing field of computer science. Students develop good communication skills and the ability for teamwork and leadership roles in their professional careers. fsc.edu/gce/virtualadvisor Computer Science Program of Study Liberal Arts and Sciences Requirements ENGL 1100 Writing I 3 S.H. Required for Major ENGL 1200 Writing II 3 S.H. CSC 1500 Computer Science I 3 S.H. PHED 1000 Health & Fitness 3 S.H. CSC 1550 Computer Science II 3 S.H. PHYS 2300 General Physics I 4 S.H. CSC/ PHYS 2400 General Physics II 4 S.H. MATH 1900 Discrete Mathematics 3 S.H. + MATH 1300 Precalculus 3 S.H. CSC 2560 Systems Programming 3 S.H. MATH 1800 Business Statistics 3 S.H. CSC 3100 Operating Systems 3 S.H. MATH 2300 Calculus I 4 S.H. CSC 3200 Programming Languages 3 S.H. MATH 2400 Calculus II 4 S.H. CSC 3700 Algorithms & Data Structures 3 S.H. MATH 2600 Linear Algebra 3 S.H. *CSC 4400 Software Engineering 3 S.H. Additional Liberal Arts and CSC 1600 Introduction to Electronics 4 S.H. Science Requirements 27 S.H. CSC 1650 Digital Electronics 4 S.H. Subtotal for Liberal Arts and Science 64 S.H. CSC 2600 Computer Organization 4 S.H. CSC 3600 Microprocessors 4 S.H. Five additional CS electives at or above 3000 level 15 S.H. Subtotal for Major 52 S.H. Free Electives from any area 4 S.H. Total for degree 120 S.H. + Pending placement exam results * Course used to satisfy Junior/Senior Writing, and Speaking and Listening requirements. Computer Literacy requirement is satisfied by CS core. www.fsc.edu Computer Information Systems Required for Major BSAD 2010 Introduction to Financial Reporting 3 S.H. Program Objectives BSAD 2020 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3 S.H. The Computer Information Systems program offers the opportu- BSAD 3200 Principles of Management 3 S.H. nity for students to develop knowledge and skills in analysis and BSAD 3400 Basic Finance 3 S.H. design of business information systems, database development, CSC/ software development, and networking. This program prepares BSAD 3710 Systems Analysis Methods 3 S.H. the students for professional careers in the rapidly changing field CSC/ of computer information systems. Students develop good com- *BSAD 4700 Systems Design & Implementation 3 S.H. munication skills and the ability for teamwork and leadership CSC 1500 Computer Science I 3 S.H. roles in their professional careers. CSC 1550 Computer Science II 3 S.H. CSC 2400 Database Systems 3 S.H. All CIS majors are encouraged to register for a minor in Business CSC 2560 Systems Programming 3 S.H. Administration. CSC 2700 Business Programming 3 S.H. CSC 3400 Data Communications and Networking 3 S.H. Computer Information Systems CSC 3450 Local Area Networks 3 S.H. Program of Study Three additional CS electives at or Liberal Arts and Sciences Requirements above 3000 level 9 S.H. ENGL 1100 Writing I 3 S.H. Subtotal for Major 48 S.H. ENGL 1200 Writing II 3 S.H. Free Electives from any area 11 S.H. PHED 1000 Health & Fitness 3 S.H. Total for degree 120 S.H. CSC 1000 Introduction to Programming 3 S.H. CSC 1400 Computer Information Systems 3 S.H. + Pending Placement Exam results. CSC/ * Course used to satisfy Junior/Senior Writing, and Speaking and Listening MATH 1900 Discrete Mathematics 3 S.H. requirements. Computer Literacy requirement is satisfied by CS core. ECON 1100 Macroeconomics 3 S.H. ECON 1200 Microeconomics 3 S.H. + MATH 1250 Introduction to Functions 3 S.H. MATH 1800 Business Statistics 3 S.H. MATH 2200 Calculus for Business 3 S.H. Additional Liberal Arts and Science Requirements 28 S.H. Subtotal for Liberal Arts and Science 61 S.H. Library Services: The Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library The Library is located in the Hammond Building and provides daily services. Web Site The FSC Library maintains a home page (www.fsc.edu/library) on the Internet to provide information about the library such as hours, online reference services, research inquiries, and access to the library’s catalog. Online Resources The library maintains subscriptions to electronic journals and databases that include indexes and abstracts; access to thousands of electronic journals with full-text articles; reference titles; and relevant subject based web-sites. They are available from the library home page and from off campus. Materials Collection The library houses an extensive collection of materials to support course work and faculty needs, including approximately 238,000 books, 1,300 print periodical subscriptions, and the complete ERIC document collection (online and microfilm). Reference Services The reference desk provides service daily. You can also call the Reference Desk (978-665-3223) or stop by the library for assistance.
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