Learn to design and develop software programs and applications. Courses focus on problem solving, computer science, and structured programming concepts.
What can I do with this degree?
Career Options: Become a programmer or programmer/analyst or transfer to a cybersecurity bachelor’s degree to prepare for a cyber-related occupation in defense, law enforcement, and private industry. Academic Options: This program may apply toward Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) programs See Pima’s Transfer Partnerships (https://pima.edu/student-resources/transferring-from-pima/index.html) page to determine which universities offer BAS programs, and research how the universities may accept this program in transfer.
†Core or support course(s) fulfill this requirement.
¥ General Education requires a minimum of 15 credits. This subtotal shows the Gen Ed credits not fulfilled by core or support courses.
** Students who place into MAT 172 on the Math Placement test are not required to complete MAT 151 or MAT 188, and additional credits may be needed to get to the minimum of credits of 60 required for a degree.