AAB Programming and Software Development
Minimum 60 hours
Programming and software development prepares students with a strong foundation of software and database design. The degree features the most popular programming languages and relates them to business and Web applications. As uses for computers continues to grow, there will be a resulting need for new applications, software and technology.
Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
Associate of Applied Business in Programming and Software Development
- Students are required to successfully complete a minimum of 60 semester hours with an overall grade point average of 2.0 or higher.
- Students should be academically prepared to be placed into MATH 1180 or MATH 1200 at a minimum.
- Students should consult their Degree Audit for coursework that fulfills course requirements in the University Core.
- Students may use the associate degree to go on to the BAOT for 2+2 bachelor degree completion.
|BUAD 1000||Orientation For Business Students||1|
|BMGT 1010||Business Principles||3|
|ENGL 1110||College Composition I||3|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Reasoning With Mathematics|
|Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving|
|CMPT 1100||Microsoft Office Applications||3|
|CMPT 1020||Computer Concepts||4|
|ENGL 2960||Professional and Business Writing||3|
|BMGT 1500||Workplace Communication And Presentations||3|
|CMPT 1120||Visual Basic Programming||4|
|CMPT 1420||Microsoft Access Database Applications||2|
|ACTG 1040||Principles Of Financial Accounting||3|
|CMPT 2030||C Family Programming||4|
|CNET 2150||Computer Hardware||3|
|Arts/Humanities Core 1||3|
|Natural Sciences Core 1||3|
|ACTG 1050||Principles Of Management Accounting||3|
|CMPT Technical Elective 2||2|
|BMGT 2700||Managing Diversity In The Workplace (or US Diversity Core) 1||3|
|CNET 2200||Network Technologies||4|
|Social Sciences Core 1||3|
Select from approved general education/university core course work, see degree audit for course selection.
Major elective, see degree audit or academic advisor for course selection.