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Division of Mathematics and Computer Science www.uncp.edu

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Computer Science Information Technology Dr. Hurl Lillie Associate Professor, UNCP Department of Mathematics and Computer Science lilliec@uncp.edu www.uncp.edu/home/lilliec

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What is Computer Science and Information Technology? The investigation of PCs and the frameworks worked around PCs. Advancement of projects to control these frameworks, and work on applications that utilization PCs. PC applications take care of issues over all of society, and PC researchers work with all parts of these applications

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What will You Learn Studying Computer Science and Information Technology? Every one of the nuts and bolts of software engineering Hardware and programming parts Programming and calculations Databases, working frameworks, and system organization Web webpage advancement and upkeep Once you see how PCs work and the innovation behind them, you will realize: How to apply this learning in a business setting How to alter and coordinate frameworks to meet business and individual client needs How to outline organizing frameworks How to handle security issues

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Typical Jobs Requiring Computer Science and Information Technology Degrees Job ranges Design and assemble equipment and programming frameworks Design, manufacture, and keep up sites Write PC amusements Typical beginning pay rates $47,000 a year: U.S. Bureau of Labor assessments Types of organizations Federal, state, and neighborhood government Practically all enterprises Educational foundations Medical offices

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Typical Computer Science Career Fields Artificial knowledge (making PCs look shrewd) Computer variable based math (utilizing PCs for Mathematical issues) Computer engineering (Hardware segments of a PC) Computer representation (making pictures with PCs) Computer systems (snaring PCs to different PCs) Computer programming (composing, or making, PC programs) Computer security (making PCs and their information safe) Databases (an approach to get and store information) Data structure (how to frame or gathering information)

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Typical Computer Science Career Fields … Distributed figuring (utilizing more than one PC at once) Information recovery (getting information back) Operating frameworks (makes a PC run: Linux, MS Windows, Mac OS) Programming (dialects uses to make PC programs) Program particular (what a project should do) Program check (does a PC program do what it should do) Robots (Using machines controlled by PCs) Software building (improving PC programs)

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Degrees Offered at UNCP Bachelor of Science in Compute Science Minor in Computer Science 128 majors 9 graduates for every semester Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Minor in Information Technology Program began in Fall 2008

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Computer Science Four year degree General Education: 45 hours Core Computer Science: 44 hours Computer Science: 30 hours Mathematics: 14 hours Advanced Computer Science: 12 hours General Electives:19 hours

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Computer Science… Core Computer Science Java and Object Oriented Programming Algorithm Development Discrete Structures Data Structures Digital Logic and Computer Architecture Operating Systems and Networking Software Engineering

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Computer Science… Mathematics Calculus I and II Linear Algebra Probability and Statistics

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Computer Science… Two tracks in cutting edge courses Computer Systems Network Management Compiler Design Operating Systems Computer Architecture Application Programming Database Management Systems Component Based Computing Programming for the World Wide Web Data Mining

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Information Technology Four year degree General Education: 45 hours Core Information Technology: 46 hours Computer Science: 33 hours Information Technology: 6 hours Mathematics: 7 hours Advanced Information Technology: 12 hours General Electives:17 hours

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Information Technology… Core Information Technology Java and Object Oriented Programming C and C++ Data Structures Discrete Structures World Wide Web Information Operating Systems and Networking Software Engineering Human Computer Interactions System Administration

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Information Technology… Mathematics Calculus with Applications Introduction to Statistics

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Information Technology… Two tracks in cutting edge courses Information Systems Advanced Computer Systems System Administration Computer Network and Data Communication Application Software Development Web Database Development Windows and Game Programming Website Development and Multimedia

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Contact Information Dr. Hurl Lillie 910-521-6415 lilliec@uncp.edu www.uncp.edu/home/lilliec

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