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Application Development Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) Degree
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B.A.S.: Application Development
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The B.A.S. in Application Development is a degree designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in software development careers by providing industry-relevant applied education in application development. Instruction focuses on current industry trends including web, cloud and mobile applications, as well as industry practices such as Agile and collaborative development. A strong emphasis on industry-based projects throughout the program will prepare graduates to meet current and future industry needs and emerging software trends.

Learning Outcomes

Applicants must have an associate degree (or equivalent credits) from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA and a 2.5 GPA or higher in all IT courses. Any General Education Requirements taken as part of the associate degree can be transferred in to the requirements below.

The following courses are prerequisites (equivalent courses may be substituted):

Example Course Numbers

Prerequisites

Credit Hours

North

Central

South

PREREQUISITES – IT Courses

 

IT 102,IT 115, IT 162, CSC 110, CSC 142

CSC 110, CSC 142, ITC 110, ITC 115, ITC 172, or ITC 240

CSC 110, CSC 142, CTN 131

Programing:

5 credits of object-oriented programming strongly recommended

 

10

IT 125

ITC 220 or ITC 222

 

CTN 121

Database Development / Programming in SQL.

5

IT 111

WEB 110 or ITC 240

CTN 160

Web programming / development

5

 

 

 

PREREQUISITES– Gen Ed

 

College Level Mathematics

Calculus Recommended

College Level Mathematics

Calculus Recommended

College Level Mathematics

Calculus Recommended

Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning (QSR)

College Level Mathematics

Statistics or Calculus Recommended

5

 

 

English / Communication Courses

English / Communication Courses

English / Communication Courses

Communication Skills

ENGL& 101

 

5

 

Curriculum

Course

Number

Degree/Certificate Requirements (credits)

 

Lecture Hours  

Lab Hours

Credit Hours

AD300

Component Software or CSC 143

55

 

5

AD315

Discrete Mathematics

55

 

5

AD320

Web Application Development

55

 

5

AD325

Data Structures and Algorithms (Prereq: AD 300 or CSC 143)

55

 

5

AD340

Mobile Application Development

55

 

5

AD350

Relational Database Technology

55

 

5

AD400

Project Management in Software Development

55

 

5

AD410

Web Application Practicum

 

165

5

AD420

Cloud Computing – Software as a Service

55

 

5

AD430

Mobile Application Practicum

 

165

5

AD440

Cloud Computing Practicum

 

165

5

AD450

Data Science Development

55

 

5

AD470

Data Science Practicum

 

165

5

AD490

 Internship or Capstone

 

275

5

TOTAL 

                                                                                 

 

 

70

 

       

Course Number

Electives (credits)

Lecture Hours

Lab Hours

Credit Hours

Varies

Includes any credits taken towards the associate degree and/or technology prerequisites

varies

varies

50

 

 

 

 

 

Total Credits

180

Total Credits -- Minimum

180.00

Total Credits
180
Total Credits -- Minimum
180.00
Sequence Type
Suggested
Sequence

Suggested Sequence for the Full-Time Student:

Fall, Year 1

Winter, Year 1

Spring, Year 1

Component Software (5) AD 300 Or Programming II (5)

CSC 143

Prereq: Program entry

Data Structures and Algorithms (5) – AD 325

Prereq: AD 300 or CSC 143

Mobile Application Development (5) – AD 340

Prereqs : AD 320 & AD 325

Project Management in Software

Development (5) – AD 400

 

 Prereq: Program entry

Relational Database Technology (5) – AD 350

Prereq: Program entry

Web Applications Practicum (5) – AD 410

Prereqs: AD 320 & AD 400

Gen Ed (5)

Web Application Development (5) – AD 320

Prereq: Program entry, IT 102

Discrete Mathematics (5) – AD 315

Prereq: Program entry

 

 

 

Fall, Year 2

Winter, Year 2

Spring, Year 2

Cloud Computing – Software as a Service (5) AD 420

Prereqs: AD 320, AD 325 & AD 350

Data Science Development (5)-AD 450

Prereq: AD 325

Internship or Capstone (5) – AD 490

Faculty permission

Mobile Application Practicum (5) – AD 430

Prereqs: AD 320, AD 340 & AD 400

Cloud Computing Practicum (5) – AD 440

Prereqs: AD 320, AD 400 & AD 420

Data Science Practicum (5)-AD 470

Prereq: AD 450

Gen Ed (5)

Gen Ed (5)

Gen Ed (5)

 

Potential Sequence for the Part-Time Student:

Fall, Year 1

Winter, Year 1

Spring, Year 1

Component Software (5) – AD 300 Or Programming II (5)

CSC 143

Prereq: Program entry

Web Application Development (5) – AD 320

Prereq: Program entry, IT 102

Web Applications Practicum (5) – AD 410

Prereqs: AD 320 & AD 400

Project Management in Software

Development (5)-AD 400

Prereq: Program entry

Data Structures and Algorithms (5) – AD 325

Prereq: AD 300 or CSC 143

Gen Ed(5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall, Year 2

Winter, Year 2

Spring, Year 2

Cloud Computing – Software as a Service (5) – AD 420

Prereqs: AD 320, AD 325 & AD 350

Cloud Computing Practicum (5) – AD 440

Prereqs: AD 320, AD 400 & AD 420

Mobile Application Development (5) – AD 340

Prereqs : AD 320 & AD 325

Gen Ed(5)

Relational Database Technology (5) – AD 350

Prereq: Program entry

Discrete Mathematics (5) – AD 315

Prereq: Program entry

 

Fall, Year 3

Winter, Year 3

Spring, Year 3

Mobile Application Practicum (5) – AD 430

Prereqs: AD 320, AD 340 & AD 400

Data Science Development (5) – AD 450

Prereq: AD 325

Internship or Capstone (5) – AD 490

Faculty permission

Gen Ed (5)

Gen Ed (5)

Data Science Practicum (5) –   AD 470

Prereq: AD 450

 

Elective Groups

Areas of Knowledge Distribution Requirements for BAS degree

Visual, Literary and Performing Arts (Humanities and Arts) 10 Credits

No more than 5 credits of a student/performance class (*asterisked below) may be used in this category.

Art: ART &100, 101*, 102*, 103*, 104, 105, 110*, 111*, 112*, 113*, 114*, 115,* 121*, 122*, 123*, 163, 166*, 170, 201*, 202*, 203*, 205*, 206*, 207*, 210*, 211*, 212*, 213*, 214*, 215*, 216*,217*, 221*, 222*, 223*, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 281*, 282*, 283*, 284*, 285*, 290, 291

American Sign Language: ASL &121, &122, &123, 210, &221, &222, &223

Chinese: CHIN &121, &122, &123, &221, &222, &223

Communication: CMST &101, &102, 115, 145, 155, 175, 185, 195, 205, &210, 215, &220, &230, 235, 245, 255, 265, 275, 285, 295

Drama: DRMA &101, 103, 105, 108*, 109*, 110*, 112, 114*, 116*, 120*, 121*, 122*, 123*, 131, 182*, 204*, 205*, 206*, 221*, 222*, 223*, 284, 285, 286

English: ENGL 104, 109, &111, &112, &113, &114, 117, 151, 152, 153, 201, 204, 205, 214, 218, 219, &224, &225, &226, &227, &228, 231, 232, 233, &235, 240, 241, &244, &245, &246, 251, 252, 253, &254, &256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 263, 265, 266, 267, 270, 291, 292, 293

 

French: FRCH &121, &122, &123, 204, 205, 206, 212, &221, &222, &223, 231, 232, 233

German: GERM &121, &122, &123

Humanities: HUM 104, 105, 110, 115, &116, &117, &118, 120, 125, 130, 135, 140, 150, 160, 200, 210, 234, 261, 270

Italian: ITAL 121, 122, 123

Japanese: JAPN &121, &122, &123, &221, &222, &223

Journalism: JRN 101, 102, 103

Linguistics: LAN 101, 110

Literature: LIT 236, 238

Music: MUSC 100, &105, 106, 109, 110, 113, 116, 117, 119*, 120*, 125, 126*, 127*, 128*, 130*, 134 - 140*, &141, &142, &143, 144*, 145*, 146*, 147*, 148*, 150*, 151*, 156*, 157*, 158*, 160, 161, 163, 164*, 165*, 166*, 171*, 172*, 173*, 182*, 185, 204, 205, 213, 221*, 222*, 223*, &231, &232, &233

Russian: RUSS &121, &122, &123

Spanish: SPA &121, &122, &123, &221, &222, &223, 236, 238

Vietnamese: VIET &121, &122, &123

Individuals, Cultures and Societies (Social Sciences) 10 Credits

You are required to complete 5 credits of ECON&201, 5 credits of ECON&202 and 5 more credits from the courses below:

American Ethnic Studies: AME 150, 151, 160, 201

Anthropology: ANTH &100, &106, 113, &125, 130, 135, 201, &206, &210, 211, 212, 213, &216, &227, &228, 275

American Sign Language: ASL 120, 125

Biology: BIOL 150

Economics: ECON 100, 102, &201, &202, 240

Environmental Science: ENV 150, 160, 170, 200, 202, 206, 208, 214, 294

Environmental Science: ENVS &101

Geography: GE0G 100&, 155, 200&, 205, 207, 230, 260

History: HIST 105, 106, 108, 120, &126, &127, &128, 131, &136, &137, 138, 140, 145, &146, &147, &148, 150, 191, 200, 208, 210, 211, 212, &214, &219, 221, 230, 241, 242, 251, 268, 269, 273

International Studies: ISP 101, 105, 110, 120, 160, 170, 201, 205, 210, 220, 234, 251, 255, 260, 261, 270

Philosophy: PHIL &101, 102, 110, 111, 118, 160, 215, 220, 240, 245, 250, 255, 267

Political Science: POLS &101, 111, 112, 170, &200, &202, &203, 205, 206, 213, 220, 255

Psychology: PSYC &100, 120, &200, 205, 207, 209, 210, 217, &220, 230, 235, 245, 250, 255, 257, 294

Religion: REL 150, 151

Sociology: SOC &101, 102, 105, 106, 107, 120, 130, 150, 170, &201, 220, 230, 245, 250, 253, 265, 275, 280

Social Science: SSC 101, 103, 187

Social Welfare: SWF 200

Women’s Studies: WMN 140, 200, 205, 213, 257

 The Natural World (Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics) 10 Credits

You are required to complete five credits of MATH&148 (Calculus). In addition, you must choose 5 credits from the courses below in a lab science (*asterisked below).

Anatomy & Physiology: BIOL 128*, &241*, &242* Astronomy: ASTR &100, 102, 104, &110*, 201

Biology: BIOL &100*, 102*, 106*, 107*, 109, 120*, 125*, 130*, 150, &160*, 161*, 195, 196, &211*, &212*, &213*, 228*, 229*, 239*, &260*, 282*, 285*, 286*, 287*, 290, SPS 201* Botany: BOT 110*, 112*, 113*

Chemistry: CHEM 106*, &110*, &121*, &122*, &123*, &131*, &139, &161*, &162*, &163*, 191*, 192*, 211*, &241, &242, &243, &251*, &252*, 255, 256

Environmental Science: ENV 150, 160, 170, 201, 202*, 203, 204*, 205, 206*, 208, 216*, 221, ENVS &101*

Geology: GEOL &101*, &103*, 104, 105*, 106, 108*, &110*, 111*, &115*, 118*, 202*, 207*, &208*

Health: HEA 125, 150, 160 , 225, 228

Meteorology: MEY 100

Material Science: MSC 101

Nanotechnology: NANO 101*

Nutrition: NTR 105*, 150, 155

Oceanography: OCEA  100, &101*

Physics: PHYS &100, 107*, &114*, &115*, &116*, &221*, &222*, &223* Science: SCI 100,

101*, 104, 107*110*, 111*, 112*, 113*, 114*, 115*, 116*, 117*, 118*, 119*, 121*, 129*, 131*

Sustainability: SUST 101

 U.S. Cultures Classes at NSC

AME 150, 151, ANTH &106, &210, &216, ART 254, CMST 205, DRMA &101, ENGL 219, 231, 240, &245, &246, 257, 258, 291, HIST 131, &136, &137 140, &146, &147, &148, 150, 212, &214, &219, 230, HUM 105, 200, 210, ISP 105, MUSC 113, 204, PSYC &200, 245, SOC 102, 150, 245, WMN 140, 200

Global Studies Classes at NSC

ANTH 113, 130, &206, ART 255, DRMA 105, ECON &202, ENGL &256, 292, ENV 150, ENVS &101, GEG 230, 260, HIST &126, &127, &128, 200, 210, 251, 268 HUM 140, 160, 234, 261, ISP 101, 110, 160, 170, 201, 205, 210, 220, 234, 251, 255, 260, 261, MUSC 110, POLS &203, 220, SOC 170, WMN 205

Courses with “&” are associated with a new statewide common course numbering system.

Notes

Program Contact:

Michelle Melero, M.Ed, Program Manager
(206) 934-7025
michelle.melero@seattlecolleges.edu

Program Website:
northseattle.edu/programs/bas-application-development

Effective beginning: Spring 2016 
Application Development Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) Degree
5BA / 11.0203

Degree Type
AAS