Computer Science courses (CS courses) are offered by the Computer Science department. The department is committed to provide students and the community with the training, academic studies, and valuable hands-on experience necessary for employment in the Information Technology industry. To ensure current and relevant curriculum in this dynamic field and further its commitment to excellence, the department actively pursues partnerships with state and area employers, other colleges and baccalaureate institutions, and advisory committee members from IT related fields.
Students may earn a two-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree, which has seven options: Internet Specialist, Database Administrator, Cyber Security, Network Administrator, Programming and Software Development, Help Desk Technician, and Multimedia. Furthermore, students may earn one of the many certificates which are a subset of a two -year degree. Students may also earn a four-year Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Cyber Security.
Computer Science Program Outcomes:
For details on degrees, CS certificates, and contact information, please visit the following web page:
Many classes are designed to help students prepare for industry certifications. Please note that the certification exams are difficult to pass. The Computer Science classes provide the students with an opportunity to obtain technical knowledge and product experience, but passing any certification exam requires extra study, work, and initiative on the student's part.
New students may apply to CBC and begin taking Computer Science classes any quarter of the year. Classes are offered in several formats, day, night, online, and hybrid. Many classes can be completed at an accelerated pace.
The Columbia Basin College Computer Science department(CBC CS) acknowledges that students may have mastered specific skills and competencies outside of the formal classroom experience, For example, you have gained work experience or may be self-taught. Both CBC and the CS department recognize various non-traditional programs and will possibly award a student college credit and/or placement in advanced classes. In accordance with the CBC Non-Traditional Credit Policy, the CS department provides two methods for earning non-traditional credit and/or placement: Passing a challenge test or presenting proof of a current industry certification.
The CS department has also developed articulation agreements with several of the local school districts. These articulation agreements grant high school students college credit for taking specific high school classes. Students in the local K-12 school districts should check with their advisors for the availability of these classes.
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