2013 - 2014 Combined Catalogs of the Colleges

Program: Computer Information Technology (Programming Awards)



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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- DBA

(Level I Certificate)

El Centro and North Lake only

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: C1.CIT.DBACERT.12

This certificate option is designed to provide training for those desiring a basic understanding of the duties of an Oracle Database Administrator. Courses will assist the graduate in preparation for the Oracle certification exams. Students must complete the following courses in sequence: ITSE 1346, ITSE 1345/1445, ITSE 2356/2456, and ITSE 2358/2458.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401 or COSC 1301, and problem solving, logic structures, and relational database concepts as obtained in ITSE 1429 or ITSW 1307/1407 or equivalent experiences approved by designated Information Technology personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design 3
ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL OR 3
ITSE 1445 Introduction to Oracle SQL (4)
6-7

SEMESTER II

ITSE 2356 Oracle Database Administration I OR 3
ITSE 2456 Oracle Database Administration I (4)
ITSE 2358 Oracle Database Administration II OR 3
ITSE 2458 Oracle Database Administration II (4)
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming OR 4
Elective Any BCIS, COSC, INEW, ITMC, ITSC, ITSE, or ITSW course. (4)
10-12
Minimum Hours Required 16-19

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- .NET PROGRAMMING

(Skills Achievement Award)

Brookhaven only

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: SA.CIT.NET.PROG.08

This sequence is for students who wish to learn .NET programming and the .NET framework. It includes instruction and practice in writing, executing, testing and debugging C# or Visual Basic.NET programs on a personal computer using Visual Studio.NET. Topics such as forms, controls and Windows applications are covered in detail with introductory material on ASP.NET with applications and ADO.NET data access.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401 or equivalent experience approved by designated personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1432 Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming OR 4
BCIS 1431 Programming in Visual Basic OR (4)
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming OR (4)
COSC 1430 Programming I1 OR (4)
COSC 1437 Programming Fundamentals II1 (4)
4

SEMESTER II

ITSE 2434 Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming OR 4
BCIS 2431 Advanced Programming in Visual Basic OR (4)
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming2 OR (4)
COSC 2430 Programming II2 OR (4)
COSC 2436 Programming Fundamentals III2 (4)
4
Minimum Hours Required 8

1Introduction to C# Programming

2Advanced C# Programming

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

(Skills Achievement Award)

Brookhaven only

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: SA.CIT.OBJ.ORIENT.08

This sequence is for students who wish to learn an object-oriented programming language in depth. It includes instruction and practice in writing, executing, testing and debugging object-oriented programs on a personal computer in C++, C# or Java. Classes, objects, inheritance, interfaces, parameterized types, generic programming, iterators, templates, collections and containers are also covered in detail.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401, BCIS 1405, or COSC 1401 or equivalent experiences approved by designated Information Technology personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1407 Introduction to C++ Programming OR 4
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming OR (4)
ITSE 2417 Java Programming OR (4)
COSC 1415 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming OR (4)
COSC 1430 Programming I OR (4)
COSC 1437 Programming Fundamentals II 4
4

SEMESTER II

ITSE 2431 Advanced C++ Programming OR 4
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming OR (4)
INEW 2438 Advanced Java Programming OR (4)
COSC 2415 Advanced Computer Science and Programming OR (4)
COSC 2430 Programming II OR (4)
COSC 2436 Programming Fundamentals III (4)
4
Minimum Hours Required 8

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- ORACLE ASSOCIATE

(Skills Achievement Award)

El Centro, North Lake and Richland only

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: SA.ORACLE.ASST.10

This sequence is for students who wish to prepare for the Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) certification exam. At this apprentice skill level, Oracle Associates have a foundation knowledge that will allow them to act as a junior team member working with database designers, administrators or application developers performing simple, operational tasks on an Oracle database with database software and graphical utilities associated with managing the database.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401 or COSC 1301 as well as problem solving, logic structures, and relational database concepts as obtained in ITSE 1429, and either ITSW 1307/1407 or equivalent experience approved by designated personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design 3
ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL OR 3
ITSE 1445 Introduction to Oracle SQL (4)
6-7
Minimum Hours Required 6-7

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- ORACLE PROFESSIONAL

(Skills Achievement Award)

El Centro, North Lake and Richland only

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: SA.ORACLE.PROF.10

This sequence is for students who wish to prepare for the Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) certification exam. At this skill level, Oracle Professionals have knowledge that will allow them to perform network administration duties of backup and recovery.

Prerequisite: Completion of ITSE 1346 and ITSE 1345/1445, as well as basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401 or COSC 1301 and problem solving, logic structures, and relational database concepts as obtained in ITSE 1429, or ITSW 1307/1407 or equivalent experiences approved by designated Information Technology personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 2356 Oracle Database Administration I OR 3
ITSE 2456 Oracle Database Administration I (4)
ITSE 2358 Oracle Database Administration II OR 3
ITSE 2458 Oracle Database Administration II (4)
6-8
Minimum Hours Required 6-8

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- PROGRAMMER LEVEL I

(Level I Certificate)

Brookhaven, El Centro, North Lake, and Richland only

EFC-Deactivated January 1, 2013, pending SACSCOC approval; CVC-Closed September 1, 2013.

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: C1.CIT.PROGLV1.9.13

This certificate option is designed to provide students with basic and advanced skills and knowledge in a primary language of choice.Application development using database programming techniques, structures, and modeling is also developed.Graduates will be qualified to work as a Level I Programmer in a technical programming environment.

Prerequisite:Basic understanding of personal computer and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401, BCIS 1405, or COSC 1401 or equivalent experience approved by designated Information Technology personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1429 Programming Logic and Design 4
XXXX X4XX Introductory Programming course - List A* 4
8

SEMESTER II

XXXX X4XX Advanced Programming Language course - List B** 4
XXXX X4XX Database or Web course - List C OR 4
ITSC 1415 Project Management Software (4)
8
Minimum Hours Required 16

*First in a two-course programming language series

List A - Introductory Programming Courses

ITSE 1402 Computer Programming 4
ITSE 1407 Introduction to C++ Programming 4
ITSE 1411 Beginning Web Programming 4
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming 4
ITSE 1432 Introduction to Visual Basic .Net Programming 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2417 Java Programming 4
ITSE 2421 Object-Oriented Programming 4
BCIS 1431 Programming in Visual Basic 4
COSC 1415 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming 4
COSC 1436 Programming Fundamentals I 4

**Second in a two-course programming language series

List B - Advanced Programming Courses

ITSC 1442 Shell Programming 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 1406 PHP Programming 4
ITSE 2402 Intermediate Web Programming 4
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4
ITSE 2431 Advanced C++ Programming 4
ITSE 2437 Assembly Language Programming 4
ITSE 2443 Advanced Windows Programming 4
ITSE 2434 Advanced Visual Basic .Net Programming 4
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming 4
ITSE 2457 Advanced Object-Oriented Programming 4
ITSE 2459 Advanced Computer Programming 4
INEW 2434 Advanced Web Programming 4
INEW 2438 Advanced Java Programming 4
ITSE 1447 Programming with Visual Basic.Net 4
BCIS 2431 Advanced Programming in Visual Basic 4
COSC 1437 Programming Fundamentals II 4
COSC 2436 Programming Fundamentals III 4

List C - Database or Web Courses

ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact - SQL 4
ITMT 2403 Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITMC 2437 Programming a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITSC 1456 Solaris Shell Programming (SL) 4
ITSE 1445 Introduction to Oracle SQL 4
ITSE 2454 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL 4
ITSE 2446 Oracle: Application I 4
ITSE 2448 Oracle: Applications II 4
ITSE 2456 Oracle Database Administration I 4
ITSE 2458 Oracle Databse Administration II 4
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4
ITSE 2447 Advanced Database Programming 4
ITSW 1407 Introduction to Database 4
ITSW 2437 Advanced Database 4
ITSE 2404 Visual Basic.NET Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 2438 C# Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 1401 Web Design Tools 4
IMED 1416 Web Design I 4

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- SOFTWARE PROGRAMMER/DEVELOPER

(Associate in Applied Sciences Degree)

Offered at Brookhaven, North Lake and Richland only

EFC, ECC-Deactivated January 1, 2013, pending SACSCOC approval; CVC-Closed September 1, 2013.

  • Students pursuing this award program are required to meet Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards and course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: AAS.CIT.PROGD.9/13

This associate degree program is designed to provide in-depth skills and knowledge in one introductory specialization language or development tool, an operating system used with that platform, plus additional skills and knowledge with an advanced specialization language or development tool.Students are expected to complete an introductory and advanced course from the same specialization emphasis list to be considered as having met the requirement for this award.

The graduate will be qualified to work as an entry-level programmer or developer in an applications setting.

Course(s) may be substituted for ITSC 1401, BCIS 1405, or COSC 1401 for those who demonstrate current computer literacy.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers OR 4
BCIS 1405 Business Computer Applications OR (4)
COSC 1401 Introduction to Computing (4)
ITSE 1429 Programming Logic and Design 4
ITNW 1425 Fundamentals of Networking Technologies 4
ENGL 1301 Composition I 3
15

SEMESTER II

Introductory Specialization (one course-see Emphasis listing) 3-4
Database Course - List A 3-4
Operating Systems course - List B 3-4
MATH 1414 College Algebra OR 4
MATH 1314 College Algebra OR (3)
MATH 2342 Introductory Statistics (3)
SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication OR 3
SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (3)
15-19

SEMESTER III

Introductory Specialization (one course-see Emphasis listing) 3-4
Advanced Specialization (one course-see Emphasis listing) 3-4
ITSC 1415 Project Management Software OR 4
Elective Any ARTC, ARTV, BCIS, COSC, GAME, IMED, INEW, ITMC, ITNW, ITSC, ITSE, or ITSW course. (3-4)
ITSW 1410 Introduction to Presentation Graphics Software OR 4
Elective Any ARTC, ARTV, BCIS, COSC, GAME, IMED, INEW, ITMC, ITNW, ITSC, ITSE, or ITSW course. (3-4)
+Elective Humanities/Fine Arts 3
15-19

NOTE: One Introductory and one Advanced Specialization course should be selected from the same Specialization Emphasis.

SEMESTER IV

Any Specialization Emphasis course OR 3-4
Application Development course - List C (3-4)
ITSE 1350 System Analysis and Design 3
Elective Any two ARTC, ARTV, BCIS, COSC, GAME, IMED, INEW, ITMC, ITNW, ITSC, ITSE, or ITSW course. 6-8
++Elective Social/Behavioral Science 3
15-18
Minimum Hours Required 60-71

+Humanities/Fine Arts Elective - must be selected from the AAS Core Options for Humanities/Fine Arts.

++Social/Behavioral Science Elective - must be selected from the AAS Core Options for Social/Behavioral Science.

General Programming Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER II Introductory (one course)

ITSE 1402 Computer Programming 4
ITSE 1407 Introduction to C++ Programming 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2417 Java Programming 4
ITSE 2421 Object-Oriented Programming 4
BCIS 1431 Programming in Visual Basic 4
COSC 1415 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming 4
COSC 1436 Programming Fundamentals I 4

SEMESTER III Advanced (one course)

INEW 2438 Advanced Java Programming 4
ITSC 1442 Shell Programming 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2437 Assembly Language Programming 4
ITSE 2447 Advanced Database Programming 4
ITSE 2457 Advanced Object-Oriented Programming 4
ITSE 2459 Advanced Computer Programming 4
BCIS 2431 Advanced Programming in Visual Basic 4
COSC 1437 Programming Fundamentals II 4
COSC 2436 Programming Fundamentals III 4
ITSE 2431 Advanced C++ Programming 4
ITSE 2310 iOS Application Programming 3
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4

Web Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER II Introductory (one course)

IMED 1316 Web Design I 3
IMED 1416 Web Design I 4
ITSE 1301 Web Design Tools 3
ITSE 1401 Web Design Tools 4
ITSE 1306 PHP Programming 3
ITSE 1406 PHP Programming 4
ITSE 1311 Beginning Web Programming 3
ITSE 1411 Beginning Web Programming 4
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4

SEMESTER III Advanced (one course)

ITSE 1301 Web Design Tools 3
ITSE 1401 Web Design Tools 4
ITSE 1306 PHP Programming 3
ITSE 1406 PHP Programming 4
IMED 2315 Web Design II 3
IMED 2415 Web Design II 4
INEW 2334 Advanced Web Programming 3
INEW 2434 Advanced Web Programming 4
ITSE 2302 Intermediate Web Programming 3
ITSE 2402 Intermediate Web Programming 4
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4
ITSE 2310 iOS Application Programming 3
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4

.NET Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER II Introductory (one course)

ITSE 1330 Introduction to C# Programming 3
ITSE 1332 Introduction to Visual Basic.Net Programming 3
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming 4
ITSE 1432 Introduction to Visual Basic.Net Programming 4

SEMESTER III Advanced (one course)

INEW 1340 ASP.NET Programming 3
INEW 1440 ASP.NET Programming 4
ITMT 1345 Enterprise Development Using Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 3
ITSE 1347 Programming with Visual Basic.Net 3
ITSE 1447 Programming with Visual Basic.Net 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2459 Advanced Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2304 Visual Basic.NET Database Development with ADO.NET 3
ITSE 2334 Advanced Visual Basic.Net Programming 3
ITSE 2338 C# Database Development with ADO.NET 3
ITSE 2353 Advanced C# Programming 3
ITSE 2404 Visual Basic.NET Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 2434 Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming 4
ITSE 2438 C# Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming 4

Oracle/SQL Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER II Introductory (one course)

ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL 4
ITMT 2403 Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITSE 1303 Introduction to MySQL 3
ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL 3
ITSE 1445 Introduction to Oracle SQL 4
ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design 3
ITSE 2356 Oracle Database Administration I 3
ITSE 2456 Oracle Database Administration I 4

SEMESTER III Advanced (one course)

ITMC 2437 Programming a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITSE 2354 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL 3
ITSE 2356 Oracle Database Administration I 3
ITSE 2358 Oracle Databse Administration II 3
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4
ITSE 2429 Oracle Network Administration and Performance Tuning 4
ITSE 2454 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL 4
ITSE 2456 Oracle Database Administration I 4
ITSE 2458 Oracle Database Administration II 4

Game Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER II Introductory (one course)

GAME 1303 Introduction to Game Design and Development 3
GAME 1403 Introduction to Game Design and Development 4
GAME 1304 Level Design 3
GAME 1404 Level Design 4
GAME 1306 Design and Creation of Games 3
GAME 1406 Design and Creation of Games 4
GAME 1309 Introduction to Animation Programming 3
GAME 1409 Introduction to Animation Programming 4
GAME 1336 Introduction to 3D Game Modeling 3
GAME 1436 Introduction to 3D Game Modeling 4
GAME 1343 Game and Simulation Programming I 3
GAME 1443 Game and Simulation Programming I 4
GAME 1394 Special Topics in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 3
GAME 1494 Special Topics in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 4
ARTC 1325 Introduction to Computer Graphics 3
ARTC 1425 Introduction to Computer Graphics 4
ARTV 1343 Digital Sound 3
ARTV 1341 3-D Animation I 3
ARTV 1345 3-D Modeling and Rendering I 3
ARTV 1441 3-D Animation I 4
ARTV 1445 3-D Modeling and Rendering I 4

SEMESTER III Advanced (one course)

GAME 1359 Game and Simulation Programming II 3
GAME 1459 Game and Simulation Programming II 4
GAME 1394 Special Topics, in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 3
GAME 1494 Special Topics, in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 4
GAME 2319 Game Engine 3
GAME 2419 Game Engine 4
GAME 2342 Game Development Using C++ 3
GAME 2347 Advanced Game Programming 3
GAME 2447 Advanced Game Programming 4
ARTV 1351 Digital Video 3
ARTV 1451 Digital Video 4
ARTV 2345 3-D Modeling and Rendering II 3
ARTV 2351 3-D Animation II 3
ARTV 2445 3-D Modeling and Rendering II 4
ARTV 2451 3-D Animation II 4
ITSE 2310 iOS Application Programming 3
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4

List A - Database Course

ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL 4
ITMC 2437 Programming a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITSE 1303 Introduction to MySQL 3
ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL 3
ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design 3
ITSE 1445 Introduction to Oracle SQL 4
ITSE 2454 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL 4
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4
ITSE 2447 Advanced Database Programming 4
ITSW 1407 Introduction to Database 4
ITSW 2437 Advanced Database 4
ITSE 2404 Visual Basic.NET Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 2438 C# Database Development with ADO.NET 4

List B - Operating System Courses

ITMT 1402 Windows Vista Configuration 4
ITMT 2401 Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration 4
ITMT 2402 Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration 4
ITMT 2422 Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration 4
ITMT 2451 Windows Server 2008: Server Administrator 4
ITMT 2456 Windows Server 2008: Enterprise Administrator 4
ITSC 1316 Linux Installation and Configuration 3
ITSC 1352 Solaris Operating Environment Systems Administrations II (SA) 3
ITSC 1354 Solaris Operating Environment Systems Administrations I (SA) 3
ITSC 1405 Introduction to PC Operating Systems 4
ITSC 1407 UNIX Operating System I 4
ITSC 1411 AS/400 Operating System I 4
ITSC 1416 Linux Installation and Configuration 4
ITSC 1447 UNIX System Administration II 4
ITSC 1452 Solaris Operating Environment Systems Administrations II (SA) 4
ITSC 1454 Solaris Operating Environment Systems Administrations I (SA) 4
ITSC 1458 UNIX System Administration I 4
ITSC 2437 UNIX Operating System II 4
ITNW 1408 Implementing and Supporting Client Operation Systems 4
ITMT 1473 Windows 7 Configuration 4
ITNW 1413 Computer Virtualization 4
ITSC 2425 Advanced Linux 4

List C - Application Development Courses

ARTC 1302 Digital Imaging I 3
IMED 1316 Web Design I 3
IMED 1416 Web Design I 4
IMED 2315 Web Design II 3
IMED 2415 Web Design II 4
ITSE 1301 Web Design Tools 3
ITSE 1401 Web Design Tools 4
ITSE 1359 Introduction to Scripting Languages 3
ITSE 2445 Data Structures 4
ITSW 1407 Introduction to Database 4
ITSW 2437 Advanced Database 4
ITSE 2310 iOS Application Programming 3
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- SOFTWARE PROGRAMMER/DEVELOPER ASSISTANT

(Level I Certificate)

Brookhaven, El Centro, North Lake, and Richland only

EFC-Deactivated January 1, 2013, pending SACSCOC approval; CVC-Closed September 1, 2013.

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: C1.CIT.SPDASST.9/13

This certificate option is designed to provide skills and knowledge in one introductory specialization language or development tool, an operating system used with that platform, and database concepts. Students are expected to complete an introductory and advanced course from the same specialization emphasis list to be considered as having met the requirement for this award.

Graduates will be qualified to work as an assistant in a programming or development environment with data, coding, and/or design.

Course(s) may be substituted for ITSC 1401, BCIS 1405, or COSC 1401 for those who demonstrate current computer literacy.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSC 1401 Introduction to Computers OR 4
BCIS 1405 Business Computer Applications OR (4)
COSC 1401 Introduction to Computing (4)
ITSE 1429 Programming Logic and Design 4
Introductory Specialization (one course - see Emphasis listing) 3-4
ITNW 1425 Fundamentals of Networking Technologies 4
15-16

SEMESTER II

Database Course - List A 3-4
Advanced Specialization (one course - see Emphasis listing) 3-4
ITSW 1410 Introduction to Presentation Graphics Software OR 4
ITSC 1415 Project Management Software OR (4)
Elective Any ARTC, ARTV, BCIS, COSC, GAME, IMED, INEW, ITMC, ITNW, ITSC, ITSE, or ITSW course. (3-4)
9-12
Minimum Hours Required 24-28

NOTE: One introductory and one Advanced Specialization course must be selected from the same Specialization Emphasis listing.

General Programming Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER I Introductory (One Course)

ITSE 1402 Computer Programming 4
ITSE 1407 Introduction to C++ Programming 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2417 Java Programming 4
ITSE 2421 Object-Oriented Programming 4
BCIS 1431 Programming in Visual Basic 4
COSC 1415 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming 4
COSC 1436 Programming Fundamentals I 4

SEMESTER II Advanced (One Course)

INEW 2438 Advanced Java Programming 4
ITSC 1442 Shell Programming 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2431 Advanced C++ Programming 4
ITSE 2437 Assembly Language Programming 4
ITSE 2443 Advanced Windows Programming 4
ITSE 2447 Advanced Database Programming 4
ITSE 2457 Advanced Object-Oriented Programming 4
ITSE 2459 Advanced Computer Programming 4
BCIS 2431 Advanced Programming in Visual Basic 4
COSC 1437 Programming Fundamentals II 4
COSC 2436 Programming Fundamentals III 4
ITSE 2310 iOS Application Programming 3
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4

Web Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER I Introductory (One Course)

IMED 1316 Web Design I 3
IMED 1416 Web Design I 4
ITSE 1301 Web Design Tools 3
ITSE 1401 Web Design Tools 4
ITSE 1306 PHP Programming 3
ITSE 1406 PHP Programming 3
ITSE 1311 Beginning Web Programming 3
ITSE 1411 Beginning Web Programming 4
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4

SEMESTER II Advanced (One Course)

ITSE 1301 Web Design Tools 3
ITSE 1401 Web Design Tools 4
ITSE 1306 PHP Programming 3
ITSE 1406 PHP Programming 4
IMED 2315 Web Design II 3
IMED 2415 Web Design II 4
INEW 2334 Advanced Web Programming 3
INEW 2434 Advanced Web Programming 4
ITSE 2302 Intermediate Web Programming 3
ITSE 2402 Intermediate Web Programming 4
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4
ITSE 2310 iOS Application Programming 3
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4

.NET Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER I Introductory (One Course)

ITSE 1330 Introduction to C# Programming 3
ITSE 1332 Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming 3
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming 4
ITSE 1432 Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming 4

SEMESTER II Advanced (One Course)

INEW 1340 ASP.NET Programming 3
INEW 1440 ASP.NET Programming 4
ITSE 1347 Programming with Visual Basic.Net 3
ITSE 1447 Programming with Visual Basic.Net 4
ITSE 1491 Special Topics in Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2459 Advanced Computer Programming 4
ITSE 2304 Visual Basic.NET Database Development with ADO.NET 3
ITSE 2334 Advanced Visual Basic.Net Programming 3
ITSE 2338 C# Database Development with ADO.NET 3
ITSE 2353 Advanced C# Programming 3
ITSE 2404 Visual Basic.NET Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 2434 Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming 4
ITSE 2438 C# Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming 4
ITMT 1345 Enterprise Development Using Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 3

Oracle/SQL Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER I Introductory (One Course)

ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL 4
ITMT 2403 Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITSE 1303 Introduction to MySQL 3
ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design 3
ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL 3
ITSE 1445 Introduction to Oracle SQL 4
ITSE 2356 Oracle Database Administration I 3
ITSE 2456 Oracle Database Administration I 4

SEMESTER II Advanced (One Course)

ITMC 2437 Programming a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITSE 2354 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL 3
ITSE 2356 Oracle Database Administration I 3
ITSE 2358 Oracle Databse Administration II 3
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4
ITSE 2429 Oracle Network Administration and Performance Tuning 4
ITSE 2454 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL 4
ITSE 2456 Oracle Database Administration I 4
ITSE 2458 Oracle Database Administration II 4

Game Specialization Emphasis

SEMESTER I Introductory (One Course)

GAME 1303 Introduction to Game Design and Development 3
GAME 1403 Introduction to Game Design and Development 4
GAME 1304 Level Design 3
GAME 1404 Level Design 4
GAME 1306 Design and Creation of Games 3
GAME 1406 Design and Creation of Games 4
GAME 1309 Introduction to Animation Programming 3
GAME 1409 Introduction to Animation Programming 4
GAME 1336 Introduction to 3D Game Modeling 3
GAME 1436 Introduction to 3D Game Modeling 4
GAME 1343 Game and Simulation Programming I 3
GAME 1443 Game and Simulation Programming I 4
GAME 1394 Special Topics in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 3
GAME 1494 Special Topics in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 4
ARTC 1325 Introduction to Computer Graphics 3
ARTC 1425 Introduction to Computer Graphics 4
ARTV 1343 Digital Sound 3
ARTV 1341 3-D Animation I 3
ARTV 1345 3-D Modeling and Rendering I 3
ARTV 1441 3-D Animation I 4
ARTV 1445 3-D Modeling and Rendering I 4

SEMESTER II Advanced (One Course)

GAME 1359 Game and Simulation Programming II 3
GAME 1459 Game and Simulation Programming II 4
GAME 1394 Special Topics in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 3
GAME 1494 Special Topics in Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects 4
GAME 2319 Game Engine 3
GAME 2419 Game Engine 4
GAME 2342 Game Development Using C++ 3
GAME 2347 Advanced Game Programming 3
GAME 2447 Advanced Game Programming 4
ARTV 1351 Digital Video 3
ARTV 1451 Digital Video 4
ARTV 2345 3-D Modeling and Rendering II 3
ARTV 2351 3-D Animation II 3
ARTV 2445 3-D Modeling and Rendering II 4
ARTV 2451 3-D Animation II 4
ITSE 2310 iOS Application Programming 3
ITSE 2410 iOS Application Programming 4

List A - Database Course

ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL 4
ITMC 2437 Programming a Microsoft SQL Server Database 4
ITSE 1303 Introduction to MySQL 3
ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL 3
ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design 3
ITSE 1445 Introduction to Oracle SQL 4
ITSE 2454 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL 4
ITSE 2409 Database Programming 4
ITSE 2447 Advanced Database Programming 4
ITSW 1407 Introduction to Database 4
ITSW 2437 Advanced Database 4
ITSE 2404 Visual Basic.NET Database Development with ADO.NET 4
ITSE 2438 C# Database Development with ADO.NET 4

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -- VISUAL STUDIO DEVELOPER

(Level I Certificate)

Brookhaven, El Centro and North Lake only

EFC-Deactivated January 1, 2013, pending SACSCOC approval; CVC-Closed September 1, 2013.

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: C1.CIT.VISU.9/13

This certificate provides programmers with skills knowledge, and expertise to utilize Microsoft Visual Studio.NET to create rich client applications, components, and services built on the latest .NET Framework and preparation required to pass the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist Developer Exams in Windows Forms Applications, ASP.NET Web Applications and SQL Server Database Applications.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401, or equivalent experience approved by designated Information Technology personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1429 Programming Logic and Design 4
ITSE 1432 Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming OR 4
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming (4)
8

SEMESTER II

INEW 1440 ASP.NET Programming OR 4
ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL (4)
ITSE 2434 Advanced Visual Basic .Net Programming OR 4
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming (4)
8
Minimum Hours Required 16

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - VISUAL STUDIO ENTERPRISE DEVELOPER (FORMERLY SOLUTION DEVELOPER)

(Level I Certificate)

Brookhaven and North Lake only

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: C1.CIT.VIS.ENTP.11

This certificate option is designed to provide students with the skills to design, implement, and administer business solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio development products. The program also provides preparatory training for those wishing to take the Microsoft Certified Professional Developer certification exams in Database, Web, Windows and Enterprise applications. Upon completion, graduates will be qualified to work as software development engineers, software architects, or system analysts.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401, or equivalent experience approved by designated Information Technology personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1429 Programming Logic and Design OR 4
ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design (3)
ITSE 1432 Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming OR 4
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming (4)
ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact - SQL 4
11-12

SEMESTER II

INEW 1440 ASP.NET Programming 4
ITSE 2434 Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming OR 4
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming (4)
8

SEMESTER III

ITMT 1345 Enterprise Development Using Microsoft Visual Studio.Net 3
ITMC 2437 Programming a Microsoft SQL Server Database OR 4
ITSE 2404 Visual Basic .NET Database Development with ADO.NET OR (4)
ITSE 2438 C# Database Development with ADO.NET (4)
7
Minimum Hours Required 26-27

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - VISUAL STUDIO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPER (FORMERLY APPLICATION DEVELOPER)

(Level I Certificate)

Brookhaven and North Lake only

  • Students pursuing this certificate are waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards, but must meet course prerequisites.
  • Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

Degree Plan Code: C1.CIT.VIS.PROF.11

This certificate option is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to build, deploy, and maintain Microsoft Windows Web, and Database applications. The program also provides preparatory training for those wishing to take the Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) certification exams. Upon completion, graduates will be qualified to work as programmers, programmer/analysts or system developers.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computer and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401, or equivalent experience approved by designated Information Technology personnel.

CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER I

ITSE 1429 Programming Logic and Design OR 4
ITSE 1346 Database Theory and Design (3)
ITSE 1432 Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming OR 4
ITSE 1430 Introduction to C# Programming (4)
7-8

SEMESTER II

INEW 1440 ASP.NET Programming OR 4
ITMT 1403 Querying Microsoft SQL Server with Transact-SQL (4)
ITSE 2434 Advanced Visual Basic .Net Programming OR 4
ITSE 2453 Advanced C# Programming (4)
8

SEMESTER III

ITMT 1345 Enterprise Development Using Microsoft Visual Studio.Net OR 3
ITMC 2437 Programming a Microsoft SQL Server Database (4)
3-4
Minimum Hours Required 18-20

NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.

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