Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Program/Software Development - Planning Guide
* Final curriculum subject to change based on the EFSC Curriculum Approval Process
This degree is designed for students who hold an A.S. degree from a regionally accredited institution. Students with an A.A. degree will be admitted on a case-by-case basis.

*A.S. degree holding students:

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Credit
Hours
60

*A.A. degree holding students

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General Education BAS Requirements
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Students who completed an A.S. degree and
who have not completed 36 credits of general
education course work 
must select the remaining 
sufficient general education courses to meet the College
requirement for each discipline area. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

Discipline Title Credits
 AREA 1 Communications 9 credit hours
 AREA 2 Mathematics 6 credit hours
 AREA 3 Natural Science 7 credit hours
 AREA 4 Humanities 6 credit hours
 AREA 5 Social/Behavioral Science 8 credit hours

            See the College Catalog Associate in Arts Degree General 
            Education Requirements to determine course selections.



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Tech Concentration BAS Requirements
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Students who completed an A.A.
degree 
must complete 21 credits of
Career Technical Courses to satisfy the
Technical Concentration requirements.
Select courses in a career area.

Technical Concentration courses must come from major core or options within an A.S. degree or college credit certificate and preclude an general education courses.

Speak to the BAS Program Specialist for guidance on course selection.

Common Required Core
(complete all courses)

12
 
COM
3120
Organizational Communication 3  
ISM
3011
Introduction to Information Tech Management 3  
ISM
4300
Information Systems Operations Management 3  
MAN
4504
Operational Decision Making 3  

Specialization in Program / Software Development
(choose 27 credits from the following)

27
 
 Course
 Title
 
 
CEN
3024
Software Development 1 3  
CEN
4025
Software Development 2 3  
CEN
4802
Software Configuration 3  
CNT
4798
Emerging Information Technologies    
COP
3330
Object Orientated Programming 3  
COP
3813
Internet Programming 3  
COP
4655
Application Development for Mobile Devices 3  
COP
4813
Web Applications Programming 3  
COP
4930
Internship 3  
ISM
4220
Network Management for Information Professionals 3  
**Foreign Language as a graduation requirement    
Total BAS Upper Division Credits
A minimum of 39 credits at 3000 and/or 4000 level courses must be completed.
The remaining 21 credit hours of upper division credits may include 1000 to 4000 level.
60
 
*Associate Degree (Lower Division) Transfer Credits
60
 
Total Credits
120
 
Note: Successfully complete the Florida foreign language requirement: two high school credits or at least eight college credits or demonstration of proficiency in a single foreign language. American Sign Language is acceptable. Foreign language taken at the college level does not satisfy the General Education or Technical Concentration credits.