Computer science majors at Jeff State can pick from four different options (specialized training)
Did you know that you can get two degrees (two options) by taking only seven or eight additional classes? Many students pick programming and Web development since these two options are closely related (only 7 additional courses). Other students major in Networking and Programming (8 additional courses) or Networking and Web development (8 additional courses).
Not sure which major to pick? Consider taking CIS 207 (Introduction to Web Development) to see if you would enjoy Web Development. Take CIS 150 (Introduction to Computer Logic and Programming) and CIS 251 (C++ Programming) to see if you would enjoy programming. Or, take CIS 161 (Intro to Network Communications) to see if you would enjoy networking.
For more information, check out our degree option links at the top of the page.
Be sure to print the STARS guide to make sure that all your Jeff State courses will transfer. It is a good idea to print the guide every year. This way, if there is no change in the degree requirements, you have extended the time the state four year school will accept your Jeff State credits towards their degree. Also, the guide makes it easy to pick the right classes because it list the Jeff State course numbers that meet the requirements of the state four year school you're planning to attend.