Associate of Science in Computer & Information Science
This program focuses on the problem solving skills and techniques needed to provide computer-based solutions to practical problems, integrating fundamental practical knowledge in the fields of software engineering, database systems, programming languages, and computer networks.
Christian Literacy – 8 hours
BI 1211 Life of Christ (2 hours)
BI 1214 Book of Acts (2 hours)
BI 2202 Pentateuch (2 hours)
BI 2203 Conquest through the Divided Kingdom (2 hours)
Cultural Heritage Literacy – 6 hours
HU 1310 Western Cultural Heritage I (3 hours)
HY 2320 American Cultural Heritage (3 hours)
Information and Communication Literacy – 15 hours
Composition and Literature
EH 1301 English Composition I (3hours)
EH 1302 English Composition II (3 hours)
Choose one of the following: (3 hours)
EH 2301 Survey of English Literature I or
EH 2303 Survey of American Literature I or
EH 2304 Survey of American Literature II
EH 1303 Speech Communication (3 hours)
CSIS 1301 Intro to Computer and I.S. (3 hours)
Mathematical and Scientific Literacy – 11 hours
MH 1340 Pre-Calculus Algebra (3 hours)
One course from Physical Science, Chemistry or Physics (4 hours) with companion lab
One course from Biology (4 hours) with companion lab
Personal and Social Literacy – 6 hours
PE 1300 Lifetime Fitness (3 hours)
CSIS 2315 Computers, Ethics and Society (3 hours)
Professional Literacy– 21 hours
CSIS 1305 Computer Programming I (3 hours)
CSIS 2306 Computer Programming II (3 hours)
CSIS 2360 Intro. To Requirements Analysis & Software Design (3 hours)
CSIS 2350 Introduction to Database Concepts (3 hours)
CSIS 2376 Introduction to Visual Programming (3 hours)
BA 2301 Principles of Accounting I (3 hours)
BA 2302 Principles of Accounting II (3 hours)
Core Curriculum Requirements 46 hours
Professional and Major Field 21 hours
Total Hours required for Graduation 67 hours
Prospective students wishing to enroll in an associate degree program must be a qualified high school graduate who has completed a high school curriculum and received a regular high school diploma, or has a General Education Development (GED) Certificate. Applicants out of high school for more than five years are not required to provide ACT or SAT scores. If out of high school for less than five years, a minimum ACT score of 18 or SAT score of 1290 is required for admission. Applicants who do not satisfy these requirements can apply for conditional admission. You must forward official transcripts from all schools previously attended.
- Submit a completed online application.
- Request official transcripts from all previously attended schools be sent directly to the address below.
3943 Airport Blvd.
Mobile, AL 36608
- $300 per semester hour
- $55 per semester hour fee for courses completed online
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