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Computer Science

Computer Science

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Computer Science

Earn your Degree in Computer Science and Advance Your Career in IT

The Computer Science Bachelor of Science degree prepares students for a career in the field of information technology.  Students complete three distinct areas of study: general education, theory, and applied learning to develop practical working knowledge.  The practical working knowledge is developed by courses designed to improve the student skills related to a variety of topics including: Project Management, Hardware and Software Architecture , Data Visualization, Algorithms, and Data and Structures.  This Online program allows you to pursue a bachelor’s Degree with flexible online classes.


This course is the introductory course in computer organizations and architecture. Students will explore the basic concepts of computer organization and architecture including performance concepts, computer function and interconnection, memory hierarchy, cache memory, internal and external memory, input/output, operating system system support, number systems and computer arithmetic. 

This course is a continuation of Computer Organizations and Architecture. In this course students will delve into digital logic, instruction sets, assembly language, processor structure and function, reduced instruction set computers, parallelism and superscalar processors, control unit operation and microprogrammed control and multicore computers.

This course is designed to familiarize students with concepts related to database structure and terminology, and SQL database query. Students will execute a simple query, perform a conditional search, work with functions, organize data, and retrieve data from multiple tables

This capstone course is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to select and research a major computer science issue/problem in an organization of choice. The topic should represent current trends and issues in an area related to computer science or a closely related topic to be approved by the course instructor. This program capstone will require a needs assessment, action plan, and evaluation of the proposed strategy. This capstone course provides the student with an opportunity to demonstrate the cumulative knowledge attained in the course of study and formulate a concise plan for direct application in a real world setting. 

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What Can I Do With A Computer Science Certificate?

People who graduate from the Miller-Motte College Computer Science program have the opportunity to pursue entry-level careers within a variety of business organizations.

*MMC cannot guarantee employment or salary.

  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Computer Support Specialist

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