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Curriculum

You will be required to earn a minimum grade of C in all required CSC courses to receive your A.S. degree.

First Semester Credits
ENG 103 Freshman Composition and Literature I (ENG 099, a non-credit course, may be required.) 3
MAT 161 Calculus I ¹ 4
COM 210 Public Speaking or COM 100 Introduction to Communication 3
CSC 109 Algorithm Development 1
CSC 111 Fundamentals of Computing I 4
Total Credits: 15
Second Semester
ENG 104 Freshman Composition and Literature II 3
MAT 162 Calculus II or 251 Discreet Math1 3-4
CSC 112 Fundamentals of Computing II 4
SUNY Gen. Ed. elective (see Advisor) 3
SUNY Gen. Ed. elective (see Advisor) 3
Total Credits: 16-17
Third Semester
CSC 211 Computer System Organization 4
CSC Elective ³ 3-4
SUNY Gen. Ed. Natural Science with Lab Sequence I 4 3
PHI 107 Logic 3
Total Credits: 14-15
Fourth Semester
SUNY Gen. Ed. elective 2 3
SUNY Gen. Ed. Natural Science with Lab Sequence II 4 4
CSC Elective 3 3-4
General Elective 3
CSC/CIS/CFS course If needed for 61 credit minimum 3-4
Total Credits: 16-18
Total Program Credits 61-65

Notes:

¹ The mathematics requirement is fulfilled by completion of MAT 161 and either MAT-162 or MAT 251 All three courses are recommended and additional mathematics courses may be applied to the general elective.

² Students must pick from three of the following categories: Social Science, American History, Western Civilization, Other World Civilization, The Arts, and Foreign Language.

³ CSC curriculum elective must be completed from the following list: CSC 162, CSC 222, CSC 224, CSC 250, CSC 255, CSC 263, CSC 264, or CSC 280. CSC 110 will be allowed as a curriculum elective only if taken prior to students successfully completing CSC 111.

4 Eight (8) credits of a laboratory science sequence must be completed. PHY 105 and PHY 205 are recommended for transfer. Eight (8) credits of sequential laboratory science from one of the disciplines listed below will fulfill degree requirements, but may not transfer.
Biology: BIO-151 & BIO-152
Geology: GEO-151 & GEO-152
Physics: PHY-103 & PHY-104 / PHY-105 & PHY-205
Chemistry: CHE-171 & CHE-172