Database Design and Development Option, Computer Programming

Associate in Applied Science

Many students are interested in mobility into the job market with the career goal of a database designer, developer or administrator at the associate's degree level. This degree strongly emphasizes business and database programming and design techniques and includes Oracle SQL and Oracle design concepts. Students will be prepared for entry level positions in database operations.

For additional program information, please contact area coordinator, Svetlana Marzelli, at (609)343-5017/smarzell@atlantic.edu.

Courses Credits
General Education Courses
When a general education course is not specified, refer to the list of courses approved for this degree in the College catalog.
Communication (6 credits)
ENGL101-Composition I
3
ENGL102-Composition II
3
Math-Science-Technology (7 credits)
MATH121-Applications of Mathematics
4
CISM125-Introduction to Computers
3
Social Science (3 credits)
Social Science course
3
Humanities (3 credits) choose one from below:

HIST101-Heritage of the Western World I

HIST102-Heritage of the Western World II

HUMT200-Introduction to the Arts and Humanities (4 credits)

PHIL110-Introduction to Ethics

3
Health and Well-being (1 credit)
HPED150-Concepts of Physical Fitness
1
TOTAL
20
Program Courses
BUSN120-Principles of Management
3
CISM130-Using PC Operating Systems
4
CISM135-Computer Programming-C++
4
CISM154-Computer Programming-Java
4
CISM159-Intermediate Programming C++
4
CISM160-Systems Analysis and Design
3
CISM254-Advanced Computer Programming-Java
4
OSTM260-Business Communications
3
Any other CISM course or MATH122
4
Program Option courses
CISM164-Microcomputer Applications Using Relational Databases
3
CISM167-Programming in Oracle SQL
3
CISM170-Database Design Using Oracle
3
CISM222-Issues in Computer Security
3
TOTAL
45
TOTAL REQUIRED FOR DEGREE:
65
Effective Fall 2007 (DBSE)