The Computer Science/Gaming Curriculum

The curriculum for the Associate of Science in Computer Science/Gaming consists of courses in interactive design and development, computer programming, web design, interactive storytelling, 3-D development, data structures, and algorithms.

stack of booksWe have developed our Computer Science/Gaming curriculum so the motivated student can complete it in two years. The Computer Science/Gaming program reserves the right to make changes or otherwise modify the following curriculum outline or individual courses when deemed necessary.

General Education
EN1011 Composition & Rhetoric (3 credits)
EN1021 Research & Analysis (3 credits)
FY1011 First Year Experience (3 credits) or FY1011 Foundations in Learning (3 credits)
MA2701 Introduction to Calculus (3 credits)
Humanities (3 credits)
​Natural Sciences with Lab (4 credits)
Social Sciences (3 credits)
Electives, 4 credits at the 1000 level
Electives, 4 credits at the 2000 level

Computer Technical Component
CS1451 Computer Science I (4 credits)
CS2221 Web Science (3 credits)
CS2311 Game Story (3 credits)
CS2452 Computer Science II (3 credits)
CS2461 Mobile Application Programming (3 credits)
CS2501 Data Structures & Algorithms (3 credits)
CS2615 Networking & Security (3 credits)

Design and Communication Component
CO2063 Internet Culture & Communication (3 credits)
CS1301 Introduction to Digital Design (3 credits)

SAMPLE COURSE SEQUENCE

SEMESTER ONE—14 credits
CS1301 Intro to Digital Design (3 credits)
CS1451 Computer Science I (4 credits)
EN1011 Composition & Rhetoric (3 credits)
FY1011 First Year Experience (3 credits)
PE (1 credit)

SEMESTER TWO—13 credits
CS2221 Web Science (3 credits)
CS2452 Computer Science II (4 credits)
EN1021 Research & Analysis (3 credits)
MA2701 Intro to Calculus (3 credits)

SEMESTER THREE—15 credits
CS2501 Data Structures & Algorithms (3 credits)
Social Sciences (3 credits)
Elective 1000+ (3 credits)
Elective 2000+ (3 credits)

SEMESTER FOUR—16 credits
CO2063 Internet Culture & Communication (3 credits)
CS2461 Mobile Application Programming (3 credits)
CS2615 Networking & Security (3 credits)
Humanities (3 credits)
Natural Science, with lab (3 credits)

Questions? Contact us for more information!

Dr. Michelle L.W. Bower
Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science
802-387-6854
michellebower@landmark.edu

Dr. Monika Bissell
Vice President for Academic Affairs
802-387-6798
​monikabissell@landmark.edu