CS 1030, Foundations of Computer Science (High School Concurrent Enrollment)
CS 1400, Fundamentals of Programming (High School Concurrent Enrollment)
CS 1410, Object-Oriented Programming (High School Concurrent Enrollment)
CS 2420, Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (High School Concurrent Enrollment)
High school students can start as early as 10th grade and work their way toward a Programming Essentials Certificate of Proficiency in Computer Science. The certificate consists of four classes that result in 16 college credit hours. Those hours also count toward the 40 required major hours necessary to achieve an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Science.
Other general education concurrent enrollment classes may also be taken to earn additional college credit. Students who take advantage of these courses can be even further ahead when they graduate and shorten the amount of time it will take to fulfill all of the requirements of the Associate's Degree.
More information about the Computer Science stackable credentials can be found below:
If you are interested in learning more and/or would like to get started, please contact your high
school’s CTE coordinator. If you would like more information on the degree requirements in the
Computer Science program, please see the following two links: