The CSC curriculum provides the student with a solid foundation in Computer Science fundamentals, Computer programming languages and Game design and development. Students can pursue an Associate of Science degree to transfer to a 4-year University in a Computer Science major. The majority of the AAS degree courses in Game Design and Development transfer to University of Denver Game Development Bachelor Degree program.
In addition to traditional full-time students, the program offers courses in current programming languages and software development to update part-time student skills for the workforce. With a strong curriculum and strong connections with employers in the Metro area, students can get internship and employment opportunities.
Our curriculum is continuously reviewed to better prepare the student with the right skills and knowledge in this changing field.
- App development using the Android
- CWB125 Introduction to Java Scripting Spring 15
Students can take certain CSC courses towards the following degrees:
- Associate of Science
*Please note that students pursuing the Associate of Science general degree can complete certain Computer Science (CSC) courses to satisfy the Electives requirement.