Computer Science

Cred. Course Title Type Subject Prerequisites
0.50 Information Technology Fundamentals S1 (Dual Credit) Dual Credit: High School / College Computer Science None
Prerequisites: None

Investigates and applies concepts, terminology, software, hardware and theory expected of information technology learners. Focuses on gaining entry level concepts and terminology for the information technology field.

Prerequisites: None

Investigates and applies concepts, terminology, software, hardware and theory expected of information technology learners. Focuses on gaining entry level concepts and terminology for the information technology field.

0.50 Information Technology Fundamentals S2 (Dual Credit) Dual Credit: High School / College Computer Science Yes
Prerequisites: Information Technology Fundamentals S1

Investigates and applies concepts, terminology, software, hardware and theory expected of information technology learners. Focuses on gaining advanced level concepts and advanced terminology for the information technology field.

Prerequisites: Information Technology Fundamentals S1

Investigates and applies concepts, terminology, software, hardware and theory expected of information technology learners. Focuses on gaining advanced level concepts and advanced terminology for the information technology field.

0.50 Programming Foundations (S1 & S2) (Dual Credit) Dual Credit: High School / College Computer Science None
Prerequisites: None

Do you want to learn the skills required to be competitive in today's high tech workforce? Foundations of Programming (FoP) will teach students the fundamentals of programming using the computer language Python. The course provides students with the concepts, techniques, and processes associated with computer programming and software development. Students will also explore the many programming career opportunities available in this high-demand field. This course is part of a program of study that provides coherent and rigorous content needed for progression in the Information Technology career cluster.

Prerequisites: None

Do you want to learn the skills required to be competitive in today's high tech workforce? Foundations of Programming (FoP) will teach students the fundamentals of programming using the computer language Python. The course provides students with the concepts, techniques, and processes associated with computer programming and software development. Students will also explore the many programming career opportunities available in this high-demand field. This course is part of a program of study that provides coherent and rigorous content needed for progression in the Information Technology career cluster.