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            COURSES

            • Duration: 1 Year
            School of Business

            1. AUL Certificate in Computer Science

            2. Accelerated Associate in Science(ASc.)

            3. Accelerated Bachelor of Science (BS)

            4. Bachelor of Science (BS)


            1. Master of Science (MS)

            2. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

            Specialization:

            Graduate students enrolled in the School of Engineering/Computer for the MS or PhD degree programs may specialize in one of the following:

            1. Computer Engineering

            2. Computer Science

            3. E-Commerce

            4. Security & Encryption

            5. Database Management

            6. Networking

            7. Computer Simulation

            8. Hardware Engineering

            For specialization in Artificial Intelligence and Telecommunications Engineering,click here.

            AUL Certificate in Computer Science

            Duration:One Year

            Requirements:

            1.Minimum of 36 semester credits.

            2.A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of C (2.00)

            Aims:

            1.To promote and encourage good Software Information Engineering techniques and knowledge.

            2.To equip students with Senior Information Management Skills.

            3.To encourage and promote operational and theoretical research opportunities in the field Computer Information Systems.

            4.To offer advanced employable skills that can be used in public and private sector industry.

            Objectives:

            1.Advanced Software Engineering knowledge through practical and supervised tuition;

            2.Information Engineering based on the true and not perceived needs of the end- users;

            3.Implementation of research techniques in Systems Design and development;

            4.Offering skills in Client/Server architecture design & development to meet the market needs in the new decentralized system approach.

            Semester I

            - C or VB language Programming

            - Advanced Programming

            - Database Management Systems

            - Microsoft Office Applications

            Semester II

            - Microsoft Excel

            - Systems Analysis

            - Systems Methodology

            - Database Management Systems

            Semester III

            - Object Oriented Methodology & Concept Software Engineering

            - Software Utilities

            - Research and Dissertation

            Accelerated Associate in Science (ASc.)

            Computer Information Systems

            Duration: 1 1/2 Years

            General Requirements:

            ECON 2313, Principles of Macroeconomics

            ENG 1003, Freshman English I

            ENG 1013, Freshman English II

            HIST 2763, or 2773, The United States To, or

            Since 1876, or POSC 2103, United States Govt

            MATH 0013, Intermediate Algebra

            Arts and Humanities Electives

            Natural Science Electives

            PE, Activity Physical Education 1

            Major Requirements:

            ACCT 2003, Principles of Accounting I

            ACCT 2013, Principles of Accounting II

            ADMS 2563, Business Communication

            CIS 2023, Introduction to Computer

            Information Systems

            CIS 2203, Principles of COBOL Programming

            CIS 2403, Data Base Management Systems

            CIS 3213, Advanced COBOL Programming

            CIS 3253, Principles of RPG Programming

            CIS 3603, Business Systems Analysis and Design I

            Accelerated Bachelor of Science (BS)

            Computer Information Systems

            Duration: 3 Years Requirements:

            1.minimum of 124 semester credits

            2.cumulative grade point average (GPA) of C (2.00)

            General Education Requirements:

            See General Education Curriculum for Baccalaureate Degree

            Specific General Education Requirements:

            Students with this major must take the following:

            MATH 2144, Mathematics with Applications in Business and

            Economics, instead of MATH 1024, College Algebra

            Core Course:

            Major Requirements Computer Information Systems:

            CIS 2203, Principles of COBOL Programming

            CIS 2403 Data Base Management System

            CIS 3213, Advanced COBOL Programming

            CIS 3253, Principles of RPG Programming

            CIS 3603, Business Systems Analysis & Design I

            CIS 4053, Information Resources Management

            CIS 4103, Operating Systems Concepts and Facilities

            Electives including BS Dissertation

            Minor in Computer Information Systems:

            CIS 2023, Introduction to Computer Information Systems

            CIS 2203, Principles of COBOL Programming

            CIS 3213, Advanced COBOL Programming

            Junior-Senior Computer Information Systems Electives

            School of Business Electives

            Bachelor of Science (BS)

            Computer Science/Computer Information Systems/Computer Engineering

            Duration: 3- 4 Years

            Requirements:

            1.Minimum of 124 semester credits.

            2.A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of C (2.00)

            The field of Computer Engineering combines the technical skills of hardware and software design. These systems include areas of knowledge which provide students with education in MAJOR areas microprocessors, analysis, system design etc.

            General Requirements:

            See General Education Curriculum for Bachelor Program

            Specific General Education Requirements: Students with this major must take the following:

            MATH 2204, Calculus I, PHYS 2074, Fundamental Physics I

            Language Requirement:

            Foreign Language

            Major Requirements Computer Science

            MATH 2183, Discreet Structures

            MATH 2214, and 3254 Calculus II and III 8

            MATH 3243, Linear Algebra,

            OR Math 4403, Differential Equations,

            OR STAT 4443

            Probability and Statistics I

            CS 2183, Digital Computing with Pascal

            CS 3273, Digital Computing with FORTRAN

            CS 3333, Introduction to Computer Systems

            CS 3353, Introduction to Computer Organization

            CS 3363, Data Structures

            CS 3373, Introduction to File Processing

            CS 3383, Introduction to Computer Architecture

            CS 4463, and 4473, Data Communications I and II

            CS 4523, Software System Design

            EE 3333, Digital Electronics I

            PHYS 2084, Fundamental Physics II

            Electives including (BS Dissertation)

            Master of Science (MS)

            Requirements:

            1.A minimum of 36 semester credits.

            2.A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of B (3.00).

            AUL graduates with a Master of Science (MS) degree in engineering should find adequate job opportunities in their field of specialization. For a Master's degree in engineering, a student is required to earn 36 semester credits beyond a recognized Bachelor's degree in Engineering or an equivalent qualification in a relevant field. These credits may be earned by supervised study and research to be carried out over a minimum duration of one year, culminating in a Master's degree thesis.

            Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

            Requirements:

            A minimum of 72 semester credits.

            AUL graduates with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in engineering find adequate job opportunities in their field of specialization. For a doctoral degree in Engineering, a student is required to earn a minimum of 72 semester credits beyond a recognized Master's degree or a recognized qualification in a relevant field. These credits may be earned by supervised study and research over a minimum duration of two years, culminating in a doctoral degree thesis.

            Artificial Intelligence & Telecommunication Engineering

            The Artificial Intelligence and Telecommunications Engineering at the School of Engineering offer Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree programs to full-time (resident), part-time, and external (non-resident) graduate students.

            A few of the specialization available to MS or PhD students are given below:

            Management Science

            1. Optimization Techniques

            2. Computer Simulation

            3. Transportation Modeling

            4. Resource Planning

            5. Business Process Reengineering

            Artificial Intelligence

            1. Introduction and Principles

            2. Expert-Knowledge-Based Systems

            3. Applications and Development

            4. Languages

            5. Applications in:

            (a) Business and Finance

            (b) Education

            (c) Industry

            6. Hardware

            7. Software Environment

            8. Future Directions

            Telecommunications

            1. Data Communications

            2. Computer Network, Design and Protocols

            3. Digital Signal Processing