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1 COMPUTER SCIENCE Natural Applied Sciences Division Wa Garner, Division Dean Division Office, Room 701 Steve Hodges, Program Contact, (831) Aptos Counsel: (831) f appointment Watsonville Counsel: (831) Call (831) f me infmation Computer Science A.S. Degree The Computer Science program is intended to meet the needs of students majing in computer science, students from other science disciplines where computer programming is required. These disciplines include computer engineering, netwking system administration, business, bioinfmatics, infmation systems management, economics, business infmation systems, engineering, engineering technology. The Computer Science program offers one degree programs, four certificates of achievement, two skills certificates. The A.S. Degree program transfers to four-year colleges universities. Note: UC will accept a total of 6 courses from Computer Science. One of the following courses is recommended f all potential computer science/computer engineering majs early in their academic career to help determine their interest in pursuing the maj: CS 1 CS 11 (C++), CS 12GP, CS 12J (Java). 1. Demonstrate software development skills necessary to succeed in programming intensive majs at 4-year colleges. (Critical Thinking, Professional Development) 2. Demonstrate professional conduct by meeting strict project deadlines, participating in self-managed teams, adopting classroom behavial nms. (Communication, Professional Development) 3. Demonstrate the capacity to use computer software to communicate interact with computer hardware. (Critical Thinking, Communication, Professional Development) 4. Demonstrate infmation literacy individually, as a team member (proper General Education 21 Units Computer Science Majs Ce courses f all transfer students (39 Units) Units CS 21 Introduction to Data Structures Algithms MATH 5A Analytic Geometry Calculus I MATH 5B Analytic Geometry Calculus II The following ce courses are required f transfer f most computer science majs transfer universities. MATH 5C Analytic Geometry Calculus III MATH 6 Introduction to Linear Algebra MATH 7 Introduction to Differential Equations CHEM 1A General Chemistry I Cabrillo College Catalog CHEM 1B General Chemistry II PHYS 4A Physics f Scientists Engineers I PHYS 4B **Physics f Scientists Engineers II PHYS 4C *Physics f Scientists Engineers III BIO 1A Cell Molecular Biology BIO 1B Animal Diversity Evolutionary Principles OR Computer Engineering Majs Ce courses f all transfer students (39 Units) Units MATH 5A Analytic Geometry Calculus I MATH 5B Analytic Geometry Calculus II MATH 5C Analytic Geometry Calculus III MATH 6 Introduction to Linear Algebra MATH 7 Introduction to Differential Equations CHEM 1A General Chemistry I PHYS 4A Physics f Scientists Engineers I PHYS 4B **Physics f Scientists Engineers II The following ce courses are required f transfer f most computer engineering majs transfer universities: CS 21 *Introduction to Data Structures Algithms PHYS 4C *Physics f Scientists Engineers III CHEM 1B General Chemistry II BIO 1A Cell Molecular Biology BIO 1B Animal Diversity Evolutionary Principles Total Units 60 *Spring only; **Fall only C++ Programming Certificate of Achievement The C++ Programming Certificate of Achievement is intended to meet the needs of students pursuing academic occupational disciplines where knowledge of the C++ programming language is required. These disciplines include, but are not limited to, computer science, computer engineering, digital media, computer netwking, computer system administration, engineering. MATH 152 (Intermediate Algebra) is required f the beginning programming course (CS 11), either completion of MATH 4 (Precalculus Algebra Trigonometry) the completion of the MATH 2/MATH 3 series (two-semester version of MATH 4) is required f the intermediate C++ programming course (CS 19). Upon completion of the C++ Programming Certificate of Achievement a student will have satisfied the following objectives: Design implement C++ programs to solve problems of simple moderate complexity using procedural object-iented methods.

2 2 Crectly effectively use the following C++ language elements: Classes objects, structured data types such as arrays files, operat overloading, inheritance, polymphism. Design implement basic dynamic data structures including a Linked List. Write code that is well documented exhibits clarity of expression through effective use of mnemonic identifiers, indentation comments. Apply the following software development principles techniques: stepwise refinement, top-down bottom-up design, incremental development, testing debugging, infmation hiding, data encapsulation. Develop C++ code in a comm-line Unix environment using stard Unix tools, gcc compiler, emacs text edit, gdb debugger. Design implement C++ language programs to implement mathematical concepts such as statistical array value analysis, sets, trigonometric functions, simple geometry, complex numbers. F the occupational student the body of wk completed f this certificate represents the intermediate programming preparation necessary f an entry level programmers wking in a technical suppt capacity. F the transfer student, completion of this certificate represents the first year courses within a four-year computer science program at most CSU UC campuses. 1. Demonstrate software development skills implemented in the C++ programming 2. Demonstrate infmation literacy individually, as a team member (proper 3. Demonstrate professional conduct by meeting strict project deadlines, participating in self-managed teams, adopting classroom behavial nms. (Communication, Professional Development) CS 1 Introduction to Computers Computer Technology... 3 CS 1L Technology Tools CS 11 Concepts Methodology, C MATH 4 Precalculus Algebra Trigonometry Total Units Java Programming Certificate of Achievement The Java Programming Certificate of Achievement is intended to meet the needs of students pursuing academic occupational disciplines where knowledge of the java programming language is required. These disciplines include, but are not limited to, computer science, computer engineering, digital media, computer netwking, bioinfmatics, engineering. 1. Demonstrate software development skills implemented in the Java programming 1. Demonstrate infmation literacy individually, as a team member (proper 3. Demonstrate professional conduct by meeting strict project deadlines, participating in self-managed teams, adopting classroom behavial nms. (Communication, Professional Development) CS 1 Introduction to Computers Computer Technology... 3 CS 1L Technology Tools CS 12GP Using Games Simulations Concepts MATH 4 Precalculus Algebra Trigonometry Total Units Programming Certificate of Achievement The Programming Certificate of Achievement is intended to meet the needs of students pursuing academic occupational disciplines where knowledge of the C++ Java programming language knowledge of computer algithms is required. These disciplines include, but are not limited to, computer science, computer engineering, computer netwking, computer system administration, bioinfmatics, engineering. 1. Demonstrate software development skills implemented in the C++ Java programming CS 21 *Introduction to Data Structures Algithms Take 2 of the following CIS courses: Units CIS 31 Perl Programming in a UNIX Environment CIS 34 Mobile Platfms-iPhone Android CIS 98 UNIX/Linux Shell Programming MATH 5A Analytic Geometry Calculus I Total Units 35 *Spring only;**fall only

3 Web Programming Certificate of Achievement The Web Programming Certificate of Achievement is intended to meet the needs of students pursuing academic occupational disciplines where web programming is required. These disciplines include, but are not limited to, computer science, computer engineering, digital media, business communications marketing, economics, engineering. 1. Demonstrate software development skills implementing the following programming Internet scripting language: Java, Perl, JavaScript, PHP. (Critical Thinking, Professional Development) : CS 12GP Using Games Simulations Concepts CIS 31 Perl Programming in a UNIX Environment CIS 33 Database-Driven Websites With PHP MATH 154 Elementary Algebra MATH 152 Intermediate Algebra MATH 4 Precalculus Algebra Trigonometry Total Units Game Programming Skills Certificate Prepares the student to program at an intermediate level with an emphasis on video game programming techniques. 1. Demonstrate software game development skills implemented in the Java programming 2. Demonstrate infmation literacy individually, as a team member (proper Communication, Professional Development, Global Awareness) 3. Demonstrate professional conduct by meeting strict project deadlines, participating in self-managed teams, adopting classroom behavial nms. (Communication, Professional Development) CS 11 Concepts Methodology, C Concepts CS 12GP Using Games Simulations Total Units 12 Web Programming Skills Certificate Prepares the student to create interactive dynamic web pages using client-side server-side programming languages. 1. Demonstrate infmation literacy individually, as a team member (proper 2. Demonstrate professional conduct by meeting strict project deadlines, participating in self-managed teams, adopting classroom behavial nms. (Communication, Professional Development) Concepts CIS 33 Database-Driven Websites With PHP CIS 34 Mobile Platfms-iPhone Android Total Units 16 Computer Science Courses CS 1 Introduction to Computers Computer Technology 3 units; 3 hours Lecture, 1 hour Labaty Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100; Eligibility f MATH 154. Surveys the fields of study within computer science computer technology with a focus on computer literacy in the 21st century. Includes: hardware, software, development systems, the Internet, netwks, including PC Macintosh. Students interested in a hs-on lab course to coincide with this class may enroll in CS 1L. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. CS 1L Technology Tools 2 units; 2 hours Lecture, 1 hour Labaty Recommended Preparation: CS 1 (may be taken concurrently); Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100; Eligibility f MATH 154. Covers the fundamentals of college-level infmation literacy, computational logic, computer proficiency. Topics include the online research process, essential skills in using computer operating systems, wd processing, spreadsheets, , image manipulation, presentation software at a college level. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. 3

4 CS 11 Concepts Methodology, C++ 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Recommended Preparation: CS 1; Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Presents an introduction to computer programming using the C++ programming language beginning with basic principles progressing to object-iented programs. Includes: algithms, data types, declarations, expressions, selection, repetition, functions, recursion, libraries, arrays, classes, objects, files streams. Prepares students f CS 19 CS 20J. May be offered in a Distance- Learning Fmat. C-ID: COMP 112 CS 11M Introduction to C/C++ Programming Using Microcontrollers 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Recommended Preparation: CS 1; Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Presents an introduction to computer programming concepts methodologies in C/C++ using microcontrollers to program computer circuits hardware. Covers a microcontroller such as the Arduino, Beaglebone, Raspberry Pi single-board computers circuits like LED displays servo mots. Teaches algithms, data types, declarations, expressions, selection, repetition, methods, recursion, libraries, arrays, classes, objects, hardware interfaces, files streams. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU; UC, pending review. CS 12GP Using Games Simulations 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Prerequisite: MATH 154. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Presents an introduction to computer programming concepts methodologies by developing games simulations in the Java programming language. Topics include: algithms, data types, declarations, expressions, selection, repetition, methods, recursion, libraries, arrays, classes, objects, 2D graphics, animation, sound, files streams. Prepares students f CS 19 CS 20J. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. Concepts Methodology, Java 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Recommended Preparation: CS 1; Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Presents an introduction to computer programming using the Java programming language beginning with basic principles progressing to object-iented programs visual programming. Includes: algithms, data types, declarations, expressions, selection, repetition, methods, recursion, libraries, arrays, classes, objects, components, events, files streams. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. C-ID: COMP 112 CS 19 C++ Programming 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Prerequisite: MATH 4 MATH 2 MATH 3. Recommended Preparation: CS 11 CS 11M equivalent skills; Previous programming experience strongly recommended; Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Presents programming, documentation, software design methodologies using C++. Assumes that students have been introduced to classes objects, control structures, repetition, functions, logical operats. Includes a brief review of functions, arrays, pointers strings. New topics include classes, operat overloading, inheritance. Prepares students f CS 21 CS 23. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. C-ID: COMP 122 CS 20GP Game Design Programming 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 5 hours Labaty Prerequisite: CS 11 CS 12GP equivalent skills. Recommended Preparation: CS 20J equivalent skills; Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Introduces the algithms, data structures, design techniques f producing interactive computer games. Topics covered include: graphics, animation, sprites, sound, game development framewks, basic artificial intelligence in the creation of interactive games. Also covers basic object-iented design software design patterns. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. CS 20J Java Programming 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Prerequisite: MATH 4 MATH 2 MATH 3. Recommended Preparation: CS 11 CS 11M equivalent skills; Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Presents programming, documentation, software-design methodologies using Java. Includes a brief review of control structures, methods arrays as students rapidly progress to object-iented programs of moderate complexity. Advanced topics include: inheritance, polymphism, exceptions, graphics, graphical-user interfaces, files, streams, threads, dynamic data structures. Prepares students f CS 21 CS 24. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. 4

5 C-ID: COMP 122 CS 21 Introduction to Data Structures Algithms 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Prerequisite: CS 19 CS 20J equivalent skills MATH 5A. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Provides an introduction to data structures, algithms, software engineering techniques using the C++ Java language. Presents the development of large programs including definition, implementation, analysis, use reuse of abstract data types associated algithms. Reviews elabates arrays, lists, queues, stacks, sets, trees, priity queues, heaps, tables, hashing, balanced trees, graphs, recursion, searching sting. Offered spring only. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. C-ID: COMP 132 CS 23 Discrete Mathematics 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 3 hours Labaty Prerequisite: CS 11 CS 12GP equivalent skills; MATH 5A equivalent skills. Recommended Preparation: CS 19 CS 20J equivalent skills;; Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Presents discrete mathematical systems including methods of proof that shape the foundations of computer science. Includes propositional logic, set number they, Boolean Algebra, deductive inductive proof, functions relations, combinatics, discrete probability, graph they netwk models, efficiency of algithms. Math majs should enroll in MATH 23 (identical to CS 23). Usually offered spring only even years. May be offered in a Distance- Learning Fmat. C-ID: COMP 152 CS 24 Elementary Computer Organization 4 units; 3 hours Lecture, 4 hours Labaty Prerequisite: CS 19 CS 20J MATH 5A. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 READ 100. Introduces ganization of computer systems, machine level programming, systems software. Includes process ganization, introduction to operating systems assembly language programming on microprocesss. Offered fall only. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. C-ID: COMP 142 5

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