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Math/Science (STEM)

Computer Technology Networking

Students who complete the coursework will demonstrate the ability to install, configure, diagnose, repair and upgrade entry level personal computers, software, and network fundamental components according to industry standards. They will also be able to determine the type of software or hardware necessary to complete an objective and understand the functions of different operating systems as well as implement, administer, and troubleshoot a server in a networked environment. Students will be able to apply the principles of modern microcomputer operating systems, network architecture, hardware architecture, and subsystems to network, repair and manage operating systems.

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Computer Technology Programming

Students will demonstrate knowledge of programming concepts, logic, design and problem solving techniques. They will develop, deploy and test desktop, distributed, and web applications. Students will be able to write computer programs using fundamental software development skills as well as write computer programs using object –oriented programming features.

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MUS Chemistry Transfer

Transfer Info

Pre-Pharmacy Transfer to UM

Associate of Science Transfer Degree Via Articulation Agreement with the University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy.  This degree program is specifically designed for students seeking admissions into the Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the University of Montana–Missoula. Upon completion of this degree, students desiring a professional (Pharm. D.) degree in Pharmacy Practice or Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences are eligible to apply for admissions into UM-Missoula’s Skaggs School of Pharmacy.

Note: Students in this program must also complete the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT) and complete 20 hours of volunteer or paid service in a pharmacy, or other health care, or social field. This program satisfies the two-year pre-professional requirement and offers eligibility for application to the Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the UM–Missoula and does not guarantee admission. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses.

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