Sep 27, 2021  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Computer Science, A.S.


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The Computer Science Associate of Science degree is designed for students interested in software programming and design.  Within New Mexico, the courses in this Program transfer best to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (NM Tech).  Some courses from this Computer Science Program may transfer as electives to Computer Science or Computer Technology Programs at other higher education institutions.  Those wishing to transfer to a four-year degree program in Computer Science or Computer Engineering are strongly advised to check the appropriate university catalog and to talk with a member of the university program or Registrar’s office to determine which of the SJC Computer Science Program courses will fulfill program-specific requirements at the transfer institution.  Also, consider taking courses in a foreign language while at San Juan College since many university Schools of Arts and Science require a foreign language.

Prerequisite courses must be completed prior to the courses listed below (e.g., MATH-1240  and MATH-1230  prior to MATH-1510 ).  In general, however, it is suggested that students complete the New Mexico Transfer Module as outlined below.

The student should refer to the current catalog of the intended transfer degree institution to take the most appropriate laboratory science courses.  This course also satisfies General Education laboratory science requirement.  For information about NM Tech, go to www.nmt.edu.  For information about New Mexico State University, go to www.nmsu.edu.

Note: Student must complete each course in the curriculum with a grade of ‘C’ or higher to graduate from the program.

SJC First Year Experience Requirement: 3 Credits


General Education Requirements: 32 Credits


Mathematics:


According to the NM Engineering Transfer Module, the entry-level College Math Course for a Computer Science Program is Calculus I. Student records and experience will determine placement in the math sequence, beginning with MATH-095 Pre-Algebra through MATH-1510 Calculus I.  Students who place at the beginning of the math sequence will need to complete 11 additional credit hours of math courses to complete the degree requirements.

Social/Behavioral Science, Humanities, & Fine Arts:


TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 72-75 Credits


Suggested Course Sequence for Full-time Students:


Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments.

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