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- Mathematics (A.S.)
pattern sheet and semester-by-semester map
The Mathematics Curriculum provides a broad background in science and the humanities as well as a thorough grounding in higher mathematics, particularly calculus and its applications. In addition to computational techniques, students learn the rudiments of rigorous mathematical argument and proof. Problem-solving and reasoning skills learned in the course of studying mathematics not only provide a solid base for transfer to a senior college, but also assist in a wide variety of career options and disciplines such as physical and biological sciences, computer science, education, economics, business, finance, health, human services, and social science.
- Computer Science (A.S.) Update: Current Curriculum Coordinator is George Leibman
pattern sheet and recommended semester-by-semester map and flow chart
Useful Resources for CS Majors
The Computer Science Curriculum provides an introduction to the field of computer science to ensure successful transfer to a senior college Computer Science program. Students learn to construct, verify and implement algorithms by writing and running programs in standard programming languages. The curriculum provides a broad background in science and the humanities as well as a thorough grounding in discrete and continuous mathematics.The Computer Science A.S. program articulates with the Computer Science B.S. program at Lehman College and the B.A. and B.S. programs at Iona College. BCC Computer Science graduates have successfully transferred to City College, Polytechnic University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Clarkson University, and others.
Students interested in curricula emphasizing computer applications such as the A.S. degree in Business Administration (Computer Programming Option) or the A.A.S. degree in Computer Information should consult the Business and Information Systems Department.