About this course
The Computer Science program is aware of current trends and growth in the computer industry. Students are provided curriculum which will prepare them to become successfully employed in the computer industry, complete industry based certifications such as A+, Network+, or Security +, and obtain an Associate Degree. Computer Science majors will also have the opportunity to explore theory and design of software application and engineering through introduction to programming and more specialized programming languages such as Visual Basic, HTML and C++. Students may also choose to pursue an advanced degree at a four-year institution.
Proof of English Proficiency - An official score report showing that the “Test of English as a Foreign Language” (TOEFL) has been completed within the 18 months immediately preceding application to GCCC with a minimum score of 500 (paper-based) or 61 (internet-based, ibt). Students whose country’s official language is English may not be required to complete the TOEFL, however, may be required to submit to a video interview with the Director of Admissions/International Student Advisor to verify English language proficiency.