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Department Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
Associate Degree Programs
The Computer Science Transfer curriculum is designed for students wishing to transfer to a four-year college. Since colleges have some differences in their programs, the Computer Science Transfer curriculum may not coincide with the exact curriculum of a particular school. For example, there might be differences in the introductory programming language adopted, as well as Science and Math requirements. Talk to your advisor to discuss the requirements of the particular colleges that you are considering attending. This curriculum has difficult Math and Science requirements, and is recommended for those students with strong Math and Science backgrounds.
The Computer Information Systems – General Option is recommended for those students wishing to enter the job market upon graduation from Middlesex County College. Many, but not all, of the courses in this degree program will transfer to upper division colleges. The curriculum includes courses in Programming Languages, Operating Systems, Database, and the Internet. For information about transferability of courses in this curriculum, see your advisor. This curriculum has less difficult Math requirements than the Computer Science Transfer curriculum, so students who are not strong in Math are encouraged to select this curriculum.
The Computer Information Systems – Network Administration and Support Option is recommended for those students wishing to enter the job market upon graduation from Middlesex County College. In particular, students graduating from this program will work in the Networking field. Students will be prepared to take some certification tests upon completion of this program. Some of the courses in this program may not transfer to an upper division college.
The Cooperative Education program awards college credit for students working in a paid position in the computer field. Learn more about requirements and the application process for the Co-Op Program.
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The Computer Science and Information Technology Department’s computer rooms are accessible to any student registered at the college. Students are required to have a valid Middlesex ID card before being admitted to the open computer room. Computer rooms are located in Johnson Learning Center and Instructional Resource Center.
All computer rooms (JLC222, JLC224, IRC107, IRC108, IRC111, IRC113, IRC114 and IRC115) contain the following operating systems and software packages: Windows 7, Linux, Microsoft Office 2010, Dev C++, Visual Studio 2010, Pearl, SNAP, Eclipse, Mars, Textpad, Microfucus Mainframe Express and Alice. In addition, JLC222 and IRC115 have Dreamweaver.
The official Open computer room is IRC115.
Fall Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 9:30pm