Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Related Program - Computer Science
Fall, Winter, Spring
Spokane Falls Community College
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This coursework is the begining towards a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. While Computer Science has applications in various and diverse fields, the foundation still lies with the theoretical and practical skills of computer science professionals. We will prepare you for your bachelor's degree with general education courses and introductory computer science courses designed to support your transfer to a university baccalaureate program. The techniques and principles taught are easily transferred to different languages present in the industry today. While exact syntax may be different, the general concepts are universal.
SFCC offers extra support and career development to students pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math programs through MESA (Math, Engineering, Science Achievement).
You and your advisor will use this program map as a starting point in creating your own personal education plan, customized to your needs. No matter what level of math you’re starting with, you will have support all along your journey. We meet you where you are and help you reach your goals. We have a place for you!
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Computer Science AA-DTA/MRP (EWU) map
Total Credits: 90
You and your advisor will use the Program Map located on this page to create a personal education plan customized to your interests and goals, your start quarter, full- or part-time status, any prior credits you have, and the classes available each quarter.
To see the requirements for this degree, click here, then scroll down to Direct Transfer Agreements/Major Related Programs and click on the Associate in Computer Science DTA/MRP.
After retiring from the military after 20 years I knew I had to strengthen my resume, so I struck out on a journey to complete a degree or two (or three) in computer science. I started my journey here at Spokane Falls Community College.
Not only did it give me a firm foundation in computer programming, but it also allowed me to get into a college frame of mind. From what to expect from classes to what professors would expect from me, it truly was a great beginning.
It led me to my goal of a Masters degree in Computer Science and then back here as a professor passing on what I have learned to others.
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