Technical Studies A.A.S. - Computer Technology Option

The A.A.S. in Technical Studies degree program is designed to provide students the opportunity to apply their work experience to earning an associate degree in applied science. Students can earn credit for their work experience while they prepare for career advancement. Up to 20 credits may be awarded for work experience, including military experience, trade/proprietary school preparation, apprenticeship programs and on-the-job training.

Required Courses:

Additional Requirements:

  • Social Science General Education (6 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education Social Science courses (course type: GSOC).
  • Lab Science Gen. Ed. Requirement (4 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education Lab Science courses (course type: GSCL).
  • Humanities Gen Ed (3 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education Humanities Courses (course type: GHUM).
  • Computer Technology Electives: Student may select from the following list or equivalent courses per appropriate approval. CSIT 115 Intro to Computer Game Development (3 cr) CSIT 123 Integrated Office Software (3 cr) CSIT 126 Intermediate Spreadsheet and Database (3 cr) CSIT 131 Multimedia for Web (3 cr) CSIT 133 Web Development Fundamentals (3 cr) CSIT 160 Introduction to Visual Basic (3 cr) CSIT 165 Programming I (4 cr) CSIT 184 Networking Essentials (3 cr) ECON 151 Macroeconomics Principles (3 cr) ECON 152 Microeconomics Principles (3 cr) ECON 153 Contemporary Economic Issues (3 cr)
  • Professional Core Transfer Credits Awarded for Work Experience OR Computer Technology Option electives (up to 20 credits): CSIT 115 Introduction Computer Game Development (3 cr), CSIT 123 Integrated Office Software (3 cr), CSIT 126 Intermediate Spreadsheet and Database (3 cr), CSIT 131 Multimedia for Web (3 cr), CSIT 133 Web Develop Fundamentals (3 cr), CSIT 160 Introduction to Visual Basic (3cr), CSIT 165 Computer Programming I (4 cr), CSIT 184 Networking Essentials (3 cr), ECON 151 Macroeconomics Principles (3 cr), ECON 152 Microeconomics Principles (3 cr), ECON 153 Contemporary Econ Issues (3 cr).

For more information contact Dr. Gerald Cohen at: gcohen@ocean.edu or 732-255-0400 Ext. 2165

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