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Application Development

Associate of Applied Science - Transfer Degree (AAS-T)

This degree dually prepares students for both the workplace and to transfer into the Application Development Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree program. Learn beginning programming, networking, and troubleshooting skills so you can get an entry-level IT job as you pursue your BAS degree. Students complete 90 credits, resulting in a Programming and IT Network Support AAS-T.

Estimated Length of Completion

Degree Quarters Credits
Associate of Applied Science - Transfer Degree (AAS-T) Full Time: 6
Part Time: 10
90.0

Program lengths are estimates, not guarantees. For the most current program information, please check with the program contact.

Note: Advanced placement testing, work experience, and transfer of credits may result in course waivers, credit transfer, and advanced placement.

Course Course ID Credits Availability

placement into ENGL& 101

English 101 is a college-level writing course that emphasizes academic writing and major strategies of reading and writing analytically. Writing assignments focus on engaging with and responding to a variety of texts. Instruction encourages students to develop, through revision and reflection, as readers, writers, and critical thinkers. PREREQ: Placement into ENGL&101.

ENGL&101 5.0

Sets and the real number system, polynomial and rational expressions, exponents and radicals, first and second degree equations, linear systems of equations, graphs. Prereq: At least one year high school algebra or equivalent placement exam, or MATH 085 or MATH 097 with a 2.0 or better.

MATH 098 5.0
  • Students will meet the prerequisite requirements for entry into the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Application Development
  • Students will apply scientific or technical knowledge in order to understand issues, solve problems, and engage in useful and responsible practices in computer programming
  • Create, debug, and manage software applications
  • Develop and test full stack web applications
  • Share code and function effectively as a member of a team

For current employment and wage estimates, please visit the following online resources and search for the relevant occupational term:

All costs are estimates and are not guarantees. For the most current program information, check with an adviser by calling 206.934.5391. There are additional costs for books and supplies. Each student is responsible for the purchase of certain supplies and required tools before the instruction begins.

Part Time

  • Resident Cost : $10,444.50
  • NonResident Cost : $11,814.30
  • International Student Cost : $26,920.80

Hours may vary based on specific program requirements. For the most current program information, check with an adviser by calling 206.934.5391.

Worker Friendly


This program is offered at times and in formats that meet the needs of working adults. This includes:

  • Online
  • Coursework is generally completed over the internet, within a quarterly timeframe, contact with instructor via email. Some courses may require limited on-campus visits.

Worker Friendly


This program is offered at times and in formats that meet the needs of working adults. This includes:

  • Hybrid
  • Hybrid courses provide students with the scheduling flexibility of fewer campus visits while covering the same materials as an equivalent class held entirely on campus. Hybrid classes usually have at least one on-campus meeting per week combined with a "virtual classroom" with online content, lessons and activities.

Worker Friendly


This program is offered at times and in formats that meet the needs of working adults. This includes:

  • Evening
  • Courses with a start time of 4:00 PM or later.

Worker Friendly


This program is offered at times and in formats that meet the needs of working adults. This includes:

  • Daytime
  • Courses offered between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM

Coursework

Course Course ID Credits Availability

An overview of computer program design and problem solving with a focus on problem analysis, program development, testing and debugging. Students will use functions, control structures, and data structures to develop a variety of increasingly complex programs to solve scientific and technical problems. Students will learn to document and test their solutions. Programming language may vary. Prereq: MATH 098 with a 2.0 or higher.

CSC 110 5.0

General principles of modern programming, including how to design, implement, document, test, and debug computer programs, using the Java programming language. Topics include objects, messages, expressions, statements, methods, classes, conditionals, iteration, arrays, and collections. Prereq:MATH& 141 with a 2.0 or higher and CSC 110 with a 3.0 or higher. Lab fee. Transfer class.

CSC 142 5.0

Course Substitute : IT 121 - Javascript I

The substitution course: IT 121 - JavaScript I - is a course is taken at Seattle Central

Do you want to know how to program a computer? Can you debug a control structure that is using an array? If you like working puzzles and solving problems, you'll like programming. This class is designed to give you a basic understanding of the programming field. You will learn how to solve problems through programming logic and design and how to use efficient troubleshooting techniques to find and correct errors. English language placement into ENG 101 is recommended. Computer Fee.

IT 102 5.0

Provides students with a comprehensive introduction to XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for page formating and layout. Students learn to create well formed, valid code; set-up and maintenance of web sites and file; directory structure wil also be emphasized.Cpmputer Fee

IT 111 5.0

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IT 112 5.0

Introduces students to program solving and object-oriented programming techniques using the Java programming language. Prereq: All required IT program prerequisites - IT 102, IT 111. Computer Fee.

IT 115 5.0

Provides the background and general introduction necessary to understand network technologies. Covers local and wide area networks and the Internet. Introduces routers, switches, firewalls, and network security. Prepares for Cisco, Windows, and Linux networking courses. Prerequisite: EET 131 (may be taken concurrently) or permission. Note: A+ certification may be substituted for EET 131.

IT 120 5.0

Provides instruction in techniques for creating, modifying, deleting, and querying databases using SQL. This course focuses on designing and understanding SQL queries using Microsoft SQL Server. These techniques can also be used with other relational DBMS like MySQL, Oracle, and Access. This course involves 'hands-on' work by individual students as well as lectures and demonstrations by the instructor. Eligibility for ENG 093/094 or higher is strongly recommended. Work or Class (such as IT 101) experience using a DBMS is strongly recommended. Computer Fee.

IT 125 5.0

Intro to the Linux operating system. Includes the fundamental GNU and UNIX commands, system installation, packages and libraries, file editing, and file management. Strongly recommended: Computer and Windows Operating System experience. Computer Fee.

IT 135 5.0

Covers the fundamental mechanics of web page production starting with the absolute basics of creating properly structured websites using the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Students will learn how to write their own code to create web pages that include text, links, images, tables, and forms as well as how to launch their website on the Internet using the File Transfer Protocol (FTP).

IT 161 5.0
Course Course ID Credits Availability

English 101 is a college-level writing course that emphasizes academic writing and major strategies of reading and writing analytically. Writing assignments focus on engaging with and responding to a variety of texts. Instruction encourages students to develop, through revision and reflection, as readers, writers, and critical thinkers. PREREQ: Placement into ENGL&101.

ENGL&101 5.0

Interdisciplinary focus on effective intercultural communication, including the role of language and history in creating and sustaining cultures. Emphasis on developing skills to identify cultural patterns and values as well as gaining critical tools to understand cultural diversity. Transfer Class.

HUM 105 5.0

Covers descriptive methods, probability and probability distributions, samples, decisions, hypothesis testing, statistical inferences, analysis of variance and regression, applications. Fulfills QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq: MATH 098 with a 2.5 or better. Transfer class.

MATH&146 5.0

(Formerly PSY 110) Intro to the scientific study of human behavior, including learning and thinking, development, perception, individual differences and development, the brain, social and abnormal behavior, personality, motivation, emotion and research methods. Prereq: ENGL& 101 recommended. Transfer class.

PSYC&100 5.0

Course Substitute : Global Studies course

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5.0

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5.0

Select 10 credits from the courses listed below:

Course Course ID Credits Availability

The hands-on environment allows students to learn basic word processing (Word), spreadsheet (Excel), database (Access), and presentation graphics (Power Point) applications concepts. Students will create a variety of business documents and learn editing and formatting techniques. In addition, students will be introduced to file control features such as creating and naming directories, renaming files, and deleting, copying and moving files. Computer lab fee required

BUS 169 5.0

Advanced concepts of modern programming that continue the ideas introduced in CSC 142. Topics include classes and interfaces, inheritance, exceptions, recursion, analysis of algorithms, and some dynamic structures (lists, stacks, trees). Uses Java programming language. Prereq: CSC 142 with a 3.0 or better and MATH& 151 with a 2.5 or better; or instructor permission. Lab fee. Transfer class.

CSC 143 5.0

This course provides an introduction to basic computer hardware and operating systems. The focus is A+ Certification and addresses foundational computer hardware to include system boards, microprocessors, bios, hard drives, CDROMs, as well as the basics of the Windows Operating Systems. Troubleshooting from both a hardware and software approach is introduced. The curriculum is produced by Hewlett Packard for Ciso Systems. Computer Fee.

EET 131 5.0

Have you ever wondered how your computer works? Are you worried about computer worms and viruses and hot to protect your PC against them? If you answered "yes," then this is the class for you! This beginning course covers the basics of "how" and "why" computers and networks work, and how to fix them when they don't. Computer Fee.

IT 100 5.0

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IT 162 5.0

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IT 212 5.0

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IT 216 5.0

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IT 217 5.0

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IT 261 5.0

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IT 262 5.0