Computer Science & Applications
The Computer Science division serves the needs of a variety of students, with different paths.
The division offers instruction to students who intend to obtain an associate's degree, transfer to a 4-year university, gain industry certification, or update their technical skill set to compete or function more effectively in the workplace. The Computer Science and application division has four primary functions. The first is to prepare students majoring in Computer Science for transfer to four-year universities. Second, deliver career Information Technology oriented vocational training. Third, support paralegal and office technology students learning word processing and office automation technology. Forth, offer computer literacy course for students to fulfill general education requirement. These goals are supported by the division offering of degrees, certification and certificates. Our programs include degree and certificates in the following tracks: Computer Science, Business Applications & Database Management, Computer Network and Security Management, Web Development & Administration and Legal Secretary.
Student Resources & Support
Faculty Contact, Office Hours & Office Location Tutoring Hours Computer Security Educational Center
Facility & Lab Hours Computer Science Club CompTIA Certification Exam Discount Vouchers Course Advice / Career Path Consultation Transfer Honors Program Information Technology University Transfer Software Download (Microsoft only*) Software Download (VMware only*) Petition for Degrees or Certificates Petition for Prerequisite Challenge Videos on Guidelines for Effective Interview Video on What Most Schools Don't Teach by Code.Org Video on A Successful IT Leader in the Modern World Frequently Asked Questions Student Stories California Career Briefs IT Technician Pathway Report
Faculty Resources & Support
VTEA Student Survey Course SLO Assessment Calendar SLO Assessment Tool
Division Meeting Minutes