Associate of Science in Computer Developer

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Program Overview

Are you someone who loves technology? Do you want a solid foundation to launch your career in information technology? Are you looking for a career with unlimited growth potential? If so, the associate of science in computer developer program at FNU may be right for you. You’ll learn the skills you need to start working in a wide range of IT jobs, including as a web developer, application specialist or programmer.

Learning Outcomes

This 60 credit hour Associate of Science in Computer Developer program is intended to provide you with an integrated background in all things web design, programming and IT-related. Upon graduation, you will have the skills and knowledge to fill entry-level IT roles in a wide range of industries.

Course Overview

Communications (6 Credits)

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3ENC 1101English Composition I*
3SPC 1017Fundamentals of Oral Communication

Humanities (3 Credits)

Behavioral/Social Science (3 Credits)

Mathematics (3 Credits)

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3MAC 1105College Algebra I*

Computers (4 Credits)

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3CGS 1030Introduction to Information Technology
1SLS 1501College Study Skills

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3CNT 2000cNetworking Essentials Network+
4CGS 2433cSQL Server
4COP 2010cVisual Basic Programming I
4COP 2011cVisual Basic Programming II
4COP 2333cAdvanced Programming
3CGS 1820cWeb Programming I
3CGS 2821cWeb Programming II*
4CGS 2786cWeb Page Authoring Software*

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3CGS 1788cGraphics Design I
3CGS 2787cAnimation for the web
4COP 12220cC Programming I
4COP 2222cC Programming II
4CGS 2540cDatabase Management Systems
  • *This course has prerequisites; check course descriptions.
  • All Credit Courses from within this division or any other division can be used as Suggested Electives.