ASNSM in Computer Science
The Associate in Science in Natural Sciences and Mathematics (ASNSM) degree in Computer Science emphasizes general education and is designed to provide a basis for transfer into the Bachelor of Arts degree program in Computer Science. This 60-credit program is designed for students who desire a strong liberal arts program combined with a solid foundation in computer science and can be completed entirely online.
ASNSM in Computer Science Credit Distribution
|I. General Education Requirements||30|
|A. English Composition||6|
|C. Social Sciences||6|
|D. Natural Sciences and Mathematics||6|
|E. General Education Electives||6|
|II. Area of Study: Computer Science||21|
|A. Introductory Course (required)||3|
|B. Theory (required)||9|
Select three of the following:
|C. Computer Science Electives||9|
|III. Free Electives||9|
Note 1: Courses listed in Section II C are a guide. Other courses may be appropriate. Students should check with an Advisor to determine whether alternative courses are appropriate.
Note 2: Most courses in data processing are not considered to be in the liberal arts Computer Science category. Students should check with an Advisor to determine if course can be approved as liberal arts Computer Science before registering for course.