Computers are everywhere now. Learn to design the code that makes them work and the science behind them. Prepare to transfer to a higher degree. C++, java, android development, and more. This Associate Degree or Certificate of Achievement is a two-year program leading to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree. This degree will help students succeed after transferring to a CSU or UC School Computer Science major program. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should meet with a counselor to discuss transferability of courses.
This course covers the application of software engineering techniques for the design and development of large programs, and will include the topics of data abstraction and structures with their associated algorithms.
This course covers the organization and behavior of real computer systems at the assembly-language level. The mapping of statements and constructs in a high-level language onto sequences of machine instructions is studied, as well as the internal representation of simple data types and structures. Numerical computation is examined, noting the various data representation errors and potential procedural errors. This course is modeled after the State C-ID COMP 142 course standard. Students are expected to have already completed a programming course CS21A and MATH 50.
This course is an introduction to the discrete structures used in Computer Science with an emphasis on their applications. Topics covered include: Functions, Relations and Sets; Basic Logic; Proof Techniques; Basics of Counting; Graphs and Trees; and Discrete Probability.
Topics covered in this first semester calculus course include limits; differentiation rules for all basic functions, including exponential, logarithmic and inverse trigonometric functions; applications of differentiation including optimization problems, L''Hospital''s Rule, and graphing; definite and indefinite integrals; and applications of integrals, including areas between curves, volumes, and work problems.
This course is the second in the calculus sequence. Topics include Differential Equations, Applications of Integration, Integration Techniques, Improper Integrals, Sequences and Series, Parametric Equations and Polar Graphs.
This course is the first course of a calculus based sequence for majors in physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering, astronomy and certain other fields. This course covers kinematics, vectors, dynamics, energy, translational and rotational motion, static fluids, simple harmonic oscillations and mechanical waves.
This course is the second course of a calculus-based sequence for majors in physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering, astronomy and certain other fields. The course covers electric charge, Coulomb''s Law, electric field, Gauss''s law, electric potential, capacitance, electric current, D.C circuits, magnetic fields, electromagnetic induction, A.C circuits, Maxwell''s equations and electromagnetic waves.
This is an introductory course in the C++ programming language, a problem solving technique used in modern software technology. The features of C++ that support the development of small and large systems are covered, thus providing a method for prototyping the commercial software development in business and industry.
This course is the first of a two-part course to introduce Computer Science and the java programming language. The first part will cover the basics of programming and software design using a procedure oriented approach. It is required that students have a previous Trigonometry course or assessment. It is recommended that students have a previous programing logic course such as COSP 7 to succeed in this class.