The Computer Science offerings at Skyline College are intended to give students a solid foundation in computer programming, as well as an opportunity to investigate personal computer use with a micro computer, and the societal implications of our growing use and dependence on computerized technology.

Our computer programming courses include programming in VISUAL BASIC (Comp 155), for students interested in a one semester introductory course; as well as a three semester sequence of C (Comp 190), Advanced C (Comp 250), and C++ (Comp 684), for the student wanting a more sophisticated foundation in computer programming.

The Survey of Personal Computer Applications (Comp 110) is intended to allow students to explore the use of the personal computer through an introduction to a variety of applications.

See Telecommunications for courses about the Internet, LANs, and computer repair.

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