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Title: April 6, 2008 Dr. Steven Zale Prof. Phyllis Fleming


1
April 6, 2008 Dr. Steven Zale Prof. Phyllis
Fleming
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
    Department

2
Where Does Computer Science and Information
Technology Fit in at MCC?
3
Short Facts
  • MCC was founded in 1966
  • MCC has over 12,000 students
  • 9 full-time tenured CS IT faculty
  • 2 Ph.D.s and 3 ABDs in CS IT
  • 2 full professors in CS IT
  • 20 adjuncts in CS IT
  • 450 students enrolled in CS IT department
  • Students transfer to Rutgers NJIT after
    obtaining CS Associate Degrees from MCC
  • Many of the professors have industrial
    backgrounds and connections to industry
  • 2 Urban Centers
  • Computer Enthusiast Club
  • www.techmcc.com

4
If You Already Have A Degree…..
  • From an American college or university, you
    submit official transcripts to the Office of the
    Registrar in Chambers Hall. Your degree will be
    evaluated to determine whether any of your
    previous coursework is transferable.
  • From a foreign college or university, you have
    your degree evaluated by the World Education
    Service, and then you must submit the evaluation
    to the Office of the Registrar in Chambers Hall.
    Your degree will be evaluated to determine
    transferable courses.

5
Some Of Our CS IT Professors, Apr. 6, 2008
Phyllis Fleming
Jane Liefert
Beverly Simon

Steven Zale
Jeff Spector
Frank Burke
6
Academic Support at MCC
  • Academic Advising
  • Thomas Edison Scholarship
  • Counseling Career Services
  • Project Connections
  • Transfer Services
  • Minority Student Affairs
  • Educational Opportunity Fund
  • Peer Tutoring

7
Thomas Edison Scholarship
  • Attend Middlesex County College at NO cost.
  • Scholarship recipients receive 1500.00 per
    semester for tuition, fees and books.
  • Students must meet the following criteria
  • US Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Apply for Financial Aid and have a need
  • Full-time student (12 credits or more)
  • 2.5 GPA or better

8
Thomas Edison Scholarship continued
  • Major in Science, Math or Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Civil Construction Engineering Technology
  • Civil Engineering Technology-Land Surveying
    Option
  • Computer Information Systems-General Option
  • Computer Information Systems-Networking Option
  • Computer Science Transfer
  • Electronic Computer Engineering Technology
  • Engineering Science
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Utility Technology

9
Our Computer Labs
  • More than 50 labs around campus
  • Office 2007, Linux
  • Windows XP (Vista in the Fall 2008)
  • Over 1100 PCs, including 66 systems in the IRC
    Open Lab
  • Open Lab is a place for unscheduled access to the
    computers
  • Mini/Microcomputers run WinXP, DOS, Linux
    Programming languages Java, C, QBasic, VB
  • Others include web programming CGI, Perl, HTML,
    JavaScript, CSS
  • Smartboards are installed in various classrooms

10
Computer Lab Hours at MCC
  • Mon through Fri 8 am to 10 pm
  • Sat Sun 10 am to 3 pm

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Computer Information Systems - General Option
  • The Computer Information Systems - General Option
    is recommended for those students wishing to
    enter the job market upon graduation from MCC
  • Many of the courses in this degree program will
    transfer to upper division colleges
  • The curriculum includes courses in programming
    languages, operating systems, database, systems
    analysis, 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

13
A.A.S. Degree (Associate in Applied Science
Degree) General Degree Option Alg. II and
Geometry are prerequisites
  • Computer App. Systems
  • Intro to C
  • Microcomputer Apps
  • Object-Oriented C
  • Visual Basic Programming
  • Systems Analysis
  • Data Structures
  • Internet Apps- HTML/CGI
  • UNIX Shell Programming
  • Networking Technologies
  • Database System Concepts
  • UNIX Web Server Admin
  • Information Systems Security and Management
  • OTHERS
  • Eng Comp I and II
  • College Algebra or Precalc
  • Statistics I or Calc I
  • Humanities Electives
  • Social Science Electives
  • 63 - 66 credits

14
Computer Information Systems - Network
Administration and PC Support Option
  • The Computer Information Systems - Network
    Administration and Support Option is another
    option recommended for those students wishing to
    enter the job market upon graduation from MCC
  • Students graduating from this program will work
    in the networking field
  • Students will be exposed to Windows 2007
  • Students will be prepared to take some
    certification tests such as A certification and
    the Microsoft Certified Product Specialist
    certification upon completion of this program

15
A.A.S. Degree Network Administration PC Support
Option
  • Computer App. Systems
  • Intro to C
  • Microcomp. OS architect.
  • Object-Oriented C
  • Visual Basic Programming
  • Networking Technologies
  • Linux Shell Programming
  • Win2003 Professional Admin
  • Linux Web Server Admin
  • Information Systems Security and Management
  • PC Service and Support
  • OTHERS
  • Eng Comp I
  • College Algebra or Precalc
  • Statistics I or Calc I
  • Humanities Elective
  • Social Science Elective
  • 63 - 66 credits

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Computer Science Transfer
  • The Computer Science Transfer curriculum is
    designed for students wishing to transfer to a
    four-year college
  • Attempts to replicate the curriculum you would
    study during your first two years at a four-year
    school
  • MCC has transfer articulations with several
    colleges in NJ (Kean, Rutgers, NJIT (5 multiple
    programs)

17
Science Transfer Option A.S. Degree (Associate in
Science Degree) Prepares for transferring to
upper division colleges Must have C or better in
Alg. II, Geometry, Lab Chem.
  • Intro to Computer Science using Java
  • Object Oriented Programming using Java
  • Assembly Language
  • Data Structures in Java
  • 200-Level Courses
  • OTHERS
  • Eng Comp I, II
  • Calc I, II
  • Social Science Electives
  • Science Electives
  • Humanities Electives
  • 63 - 66 credits

18
Programming Certificate
  • Comp Apps Systems
  • Microcomp OS and Arch
  • Intro to C
  • Object-Oriented C
  • Visual Basic
  • Java Programming
  • Database Concepts
  • Multimedia
  • Data Structures
  • Web Programming
  • Intro to UNIX Web Development
  • OTHERS
  • Eng Comp I II
  • College Algebra or PreCalc or (PreCalc A
    PreCalc B)
  • Statistics I or Calc I or (Calc A Calc B)
  • 33-36 credits

All certificate programs require that you have
previously acquired a college degree
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Network Administration Certificate
  • Comp Apps Systems
  • Microcomputer OS and Arch
  • Intro to Linux for Web development
  • Networking Technologies
  • Windows Server Admin
  • Windows Workstation Admin
  • PC Service and Support
  • OTHERS
  • Eng Comp I II
  • College Algebra or Precalc or (Precalc A
    PreCalc B)
  • 35-38 credits

All certificate programs require that you have
previously acquired a college degree
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Certificate of Achievement in Information Systems
Security (Designed to prepare students to take
the Security certification test)
  • Intro to Information Systems Security
  • Database Concepts
  • Web Programming
  • Linux Shell Programming
  • Linux Web Server Admin
  • Win Workstation Admin
  • Information Technology Management
  • 21 credits

All certificate programs require that you have
previously acquired a college degree
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Certificate of Achievement in Windows/PC Support
(Designed to prepare students to take
certification tests)
  • OTHERS
  • Electives
  • Intro to Linux for Web Development (recommended)
  • Linux and Shell Programming
  • 21 credits
  • Microcomputer OS Arch
  • Networking Technologies
  • Win 2007 Workstation
  • Win 2007 Server Admin
  • PC Service Support
  • Intro to Information Systems Security

All certificate programs require that you have
previously acquired a college degree
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Java Programming Certificate of Achievement
  • Intro. to Java Programming
  • Object - Oriented Programming in Java
  • 200-Level Programming Elective
  • UNIX and Shell Programming
  • All certificate programs require that you have
    previously acquired a college degree
  • OTHERS
  • Data Structures in Java
  • Web Programming
  • Programming in Java
  • 16 Credits

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Certificate of Achievement in Internet/Web Page
Development
  • Web Markup Languages
  • Intro to Linux for Web Development
  • Java Programming
  • Database System Concepts
  • Internet Apps- HTML/CGI
  • Multimedia
  • Visual Basic
  • Data Structures
  • Linux Web Server Admin
  • 21 credits

All certificate programs require that you have
previously acquired a college degree.
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Certificate of Achievement in Computer Help Desk
Administration
  • Help Desk Customer Service
  • Help Desk Operation
  • Introduction to Internet Applications
  • Microcomputer Operating Systems Architecture
  • Introduction to Information Systems Security
  • Networking Technologies
  • Public Speaking
  • 20 credits

All certificate programs require that you have
previously acquired a college degree.
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Some New Courses in CS IT
  • Computer Forensics
  • Computers, Society and Computer Ethics

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Write Down This Important Info!!
  • CS IT Chair Professor Frank Burke
  • Office Johnson Learning Center
  • Room 201
  • Contact the Computer Science and Information
    Technology Dept
  • Call 732.906.2526 OR 732.906.3231
  • MCCs home page www.middlesexcc.edu
  • Dr. Steven Zale 732.548.6000 x3022
  • Prof. Phyllis Fleming 732.548.6000 x3196
  • Summer session starts May 19, 2008
  • Fall semester starts September 2, 2008

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