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2009-2010 Catalog and Student Handbook 
2009-2010 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer and Information Sciences - Concentration: Computer Programming

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The Computer Programming degree program is designed to prepare individuals for employment as computer programmers, programming assistants, maintenance programmers, and related positions in the information technology career field.

Typical Program of Study

Total Credit Hours: 60

Technical Electives

Technical Electives may be chosen from any CPET or CSCI course or from:

For Further Information

Kurt W. Kominek, Ph.D.
Professor, Computer and Information Sciences
Telephone: 423.354.2583


Michael Bledsoe
Dean, Technical Education
Telephone: 423.279-7639


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