Computer Science Applied from Columbus State University is a Campus Bachelor Computer Science degree that prepares you for a IT career. The BS in Computer Science - Applied Track provides student a rigorous education in computer science with particular attention and practice given to mainframe business applications and web programming. This program was initiated by a joint study agreement with the IBM Corporation, and was expanded by funding from the Intellectual Capital Partnership Program (ICAPP). It is particularly geared to the large system computing needs of the companies that dominate the local economy. In conjunction with the Mission Statement of Columbus State University , the Department of Computer Science will serve the educational needs of students of the university in the area of computing and the specific educational needs of the businesses and industries in our community. Computing will continue to play a larger part in the educational experience of each student at Columbus State University, and the Department of Computer Science is committed to playing a leadership role in this process. The department will also maintain programs for its majors that are current, viable, and applicable to the computing technologies and the technologies of the present and future. And because we serve the community in which we live, we will maintain contact with the computing entities of our region, and strive to provide the educational opportunities needed to keep those entities viable for the future. The Department of Computer Science is committed to: educating students to think critically and creatively in a technological environment fostering the highest ideals of ethics, especially pertaining to electronic interaction providing the strongest and most current instruction in the areas of computing and technology serving to meet the educational needs of the community and region in the areas of computing and technology through collaboration, vision, and foresight striving to help Columbus State University meet its commitment to fostering its centers of excellence, especially in the areas of science, mathematics, and technology education and regional economic and community development Expected Outcomes Graduates in the BS in CS Applied Track program will: be able to use an integrated development environment to code and implement an executable program be able to produce a web-based software solution using high-level development tools be familiar with standard CPU architectures understand the major differences among modern programming languages be able to analyze, design and implement a solution to real-world information processing problems be familiar with the theory and application of transaction processing be familiar with methods used to design and access databases be able to demonstrate knowledge of the social and ethical impact of computers View more details on Columbus State University . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Computer Science courses.