Associate of Science in Software Development – 2195

Career Pathway: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
Location(s): Courses for this program are offered at all BC locations.
Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED
Program Description: The Associate in Science Degree Software Development is designed to prepare students for the dynamic world of application and web development. Students will use current technology to learn procedural and object-oriented programming or well as web design including client-side and server-side scripting. The program will culminate with a capstone course in which students will work on a hands-on group project that can be used in their portfolios.
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Build Your Education

  • IT Support Specialist
    (TC 1) 6337
  • Computer Programming Specialist
    (TC 2) 6331
  • Computer Programmer
    (TC 3) 6332
  • Software Developer
    AS 2195
  • Bachelor of
    Applied Science

Computer Programming and Analysis Specialization

Recommended Course Sequence

Full TimePart TimeCourse IDDescriptionCreditsTC 1TC 2TC 3
Total Program Credit Hours60181836
Term 1Term 1 ISM1149CSTEM IT Skills and Competencies3
 COP1000CIntroduction to Programming3XXX
Term 2 ENC1101Composition I3
 CTS1133CA+ Comprehensive4XXX
Term 2Term 3 CTS1134CNetwork+4XX
 STA2023
or
 MAC1105
Statistics (Recommended)
or
College Algebra
3
Term 4 CIS1513CProject Management and Project+4XXX
COP1700CIntroduction to Database Design and MySQL3E TC 1X
Term 3Term 5  CTS1855CWeb Authoring I4XX
 PHI2010
or
 THE2000
Introduction to Philosophy
or
Theatre Appreciation (Recommended)
3
Term 4Term 6  CTS2852CClient-Side Scripting4X
  COP1210CProgramming I3X TC 2X
Term 7  COP2337CProgramming II4X
 EVR1001Environmental Science (Recommended)3
Term 5Term 8  COP2361CObject Oriented Analysis and Design3X TC 3
 ECO2013
or
 POS2041
Principles of Macroeconomics (Recommended)
or
National Government
3
Term 9Elective*Math, Internship or IT Elective #3
 ISM3013CInformation Systems Management3

  • IT Support Specialist
    (TC 1) 6337
  • Front End Specialist
    (TC 2) 6333
  • Web Programming Specialist
    (TC 3) 6334
  • Software Developer
    AS 2195
  • Bachelor of
    Applied Science

Web Development Specialization

Recommended Course Sequence

Full TimePart TimeCourse IDDescriptionCreditsTC 1TC 2TC 3
Total Program Credit Hours60181835
Term 1Term 1 ISM1149CSTEM IT Skills and Competencies3
 COP1000CIntroduction to Programming3XXX
Term 2 ENC1101Composition I3
 CTS1133CA+ Comprehensive4XXX
Term 2Term 3 CTS1134CNetwork+4XX
 STA2023
or
 MAC1105
Statistics (Recommended)
or
College Algebra
3
Term 4 CIS1513CProject Management and Project+4XXX
COP1700CIntroduction to Database Design and MySQL3E TC 1X
Term 3Term 5  CTS1855CWeb Authoring I4XX
 PHI2010
or
 THE2000
Introduction to Philosophy
or
Theatre Appreciation (Recommended)
3
Term 4Term 6  CTS2852CClient-Side Scripting4X
CTS1861CWeb Authoring II 3X TC 2X
Term 7 CTS1212CAdobe photoshop3X
 EVR1001Environmental Science (Recommended)3
Term 5Term 8 CTS3857CServer-Side Scripting4X
 ECO2013
or
 POS2041
Principles of Macroeconomics (Recommended)
or
National Government
3
Term 9Elective*Math, Internship or IT Elective #3
 ISM3013CInformation Systems Management3E TC 3
Notes: Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. Students should complete all Core Computing Requirements before completing specialization courses. *Student may have to take STA1001 or MAT1033 based on placement score. # – Any course with a computing prefix.
E – identifies an elective course for the certificate. If CTS2357C is selected as a student’s elective, student will also receive TC 6338 – Information Technology.

These are only recommended course sequences.

Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create a personalized educational plan.

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Program Highlights


Prior Learning

 

Credit for Prior Learning: Accelerate your path to completion with these options:

  • Credit by exam
  • Earned Industry certifications
  • Prior Learning Assessment
  • And much more…

Industry Certifications

 

Industry Certifications: Upon completing this program, graduates will be eligible to sit for the following industry certifications/licenses:

  • CIW JavaScript
  • CIW Database Design
  • CIW Data Analyst
  • CIW Web Foundations

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Fund Education

 

This Program is Financial Aid eligible. Scholarships may be available. This program is part of the Career Source Broward ITA List.