Academics

Computer Programming and Analysis

Computer Programming and AnalysisAssociate in Science Degree


Link to Catalog - Computer Programming and Analysis Program Requirements

Link to Program Standards
Link to Recommended Schedules
Link to Certificates

 

 

 

This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers such as entry level programmers, programmer specialists, computer programmers, senior programmers, chief business programmers, programmer analysts, and information systems programmers in the Information Technology career cluster; provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the Information Technology career cluster.

The content prepares individuals to analyze business situations and to design, develop and write computer programs; to store, locate, and retrieve specific documents, data, and information; analyze problems using logic/analysis tools, code into computer language; test, monitor, debug, document and maintain computer programs.


 

Program Standards


After successfully completing this program, the student will be able to perform the following:

  • Perform data file activities.
  • Perform analysis activities.
  • Perform program design activities.
  • Perform coding activities.
  • Perform testing activities.
  • Perform user-training activities.
  • Perform implementation activities.
  • Perform user support activities.
  • Perform evaluation activities.
  • Demonstrate professional development skills.
  • Demonstrate employability skills.
  • Demonstrate general organizational computing workplace competencies.

 

Recommended Schedules


 Bradenton

Semester 1 - Fall

 ENC 1101
 MAC 1105 or higher
 CGS 1000 
 COP 2510

Semester 2 - Spring

 CET 1600 
 Area III Social Sciences 
 CGS 1543
  Area V Natural Science

 Semester 3 - Summer

 COP 2822
 CGS 2820C 
 COP 2170
 Area IV Humanities
 

 Semester 4 - Fall

 CEN 2361
 COP 2224C 
 CIS 2931 or CGS 1949
 CTS 2433

Semester 5 - Spring

 COP 2228C 
 CIS 2321 
 COP 2842
 CEN 2362

Venice

Semester 1 - Fall

 ENC 1101
 MAC 1105 or higher
 CGS 1000
 COP 2510

Semester 2 - Spring

 Area V Natural Science
 Area III Social Sciences
 CET 1600 
 COP 2250C

Semester 3 - Summer

 COP 2822
 CGS 1543
 Area IV Humanities
 COP 2170

Semester 4 - Fall

 CIS 2931 or CGS 1949
 COP 2805C 
 CTS 2433
 CEN 2361

Semester 5 - Spring

 CGS 2820C 
 COP 2842 
 CIS 2321
 CEN 2362
 
 

Certificates


A college Credit Certificate consists of a program of instruction of less that sixty (60) credits of college-level courses, which is part of an AS  degree program and prepares students for entry into employment. This AS degree program includes the following College Credit Certificate:

Computer Programmer - 33 credit hours (click for link to SCF Catalog)

After successfully completing this program, the student will be able to perform the following:

  • Perform data file activities.
  • Perform analysis activities.
  • Perform program design activities.
  • Perform coding activities.
  • Perform testing activities.
  • Perform user-training activities.
  • Perform implementation activities.
  • Perform user support activities.
  • Perform evaluation activities.
  • Demonstrate professional development skills.
  • Demonstrate general organizational computing workplace competencies.
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