Courses

Abilities courses are Oral Communication (COM 100); Quantitative Literacy (Q), Reading (R), and Writing (W) (ENG 101); Breadth of Academic Experience courses are Fine Arts (F), Humanities (H), Natural Sciences (N) with Lab (L), and Social Science (S); Global/Cultural courses are designated with a (G); Personal Health and Wellness courses are designated with a (P); and, the Responsibility Requirement courses are designated with (the HEI prefix).

Course Prefix Course Number Course Title Credits Offered Gen. Ed. Requirements
CPS 312 Programming Languages 3 sem. hrs. Spring of Even-Odd Years
CPS 314 Database Management 3 sem. hrs. Fall of Odd-Even Years
CPS 316 Spreadsheet Modeling 3 sem. hrs. Spring of Even-Odd Years
CPS 325 Data Communications and Networking 3 sem. hrs. Fall of Odd-Even Years
CPS 330 Web Application Development 3 sem. hrs. Spring of Odd-Even Years
CPS 340 System and Network Administration 3 sem. hrs. Spring of Even-Odd Years
CPS 341 System Analysis and Design 3 sem. hrs. Fall of Even-Odd Years
CPS 343 Software Engineering 3 sem. hrs. Spring of Odd-Even Years
CPS 350 Topics in Computer Science 3 sem. hrs. Occasionally
CPS 370 Internship 1-6 sem. hrs.
CPS 401 Independent Study 3 sem. hrs.
CPS 402 Independent Study 3 sem. hrs.
CPS 490 Capstone Topics in Computing 1 sem. hr. Spring
ECO 102 Survey of Economics 3 sem. hrs. Fall and Spring S
ECO 251 Principles of Microeconomics 3 sem. hrs. Fall S
ECO 252 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 sem. hrs. Spring S
ECO 330 Public Finance 3 sem. hrs. Spring R
ECO 342 Urban and Regional Economics 3 sem. hrs.
ECO 344 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics 3 sem. hrs. Spring
ECO 346 Law and Economics 3 sem. hrs. Fall of Even-Odd Years R, W
ECO 352 International Economics 3 sem. hrs.
ECO 358 Labor Economics 3 sem. hrs. Fall
ECO 361 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3 sem. hrs. W
ECO 362 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3 sem. hrs. R
ECO 364 Economic Development 3 sem. hrs.