• M.E.C. Department
  • NEWS LINKS
      

    System Affected using Java 7 

    Java--is it time to let go 

    Computer Science Brochure 

    Start Here Go Anywhere (Video) 

    Computer Science Student Guidebook 

    Computer Science Advisement Model 

  •  
     

    Contact Us  

  • Curriculum by Major

  •  Computer Science
    Program Director:  Gerald Meyer (718) 349-4041
      geraldm@lagcc.cuny.edu  

    COURSE NAME   CREDITS 
       
    Counseling   
        New Student Seminar 0
       
    English: 6 credits   
        Composition I: ENC/ENG 101 3
        Writing through Literature: ENG 102 3
       
    Humanities: 3 credits    
        Liberal Arts Elective*1   
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 42 credits   
        Calculus I: MAT 201 4
        Calculus II: MAT 202 4
        Calculus III: MAT 203 4
        Linear Algebra: MAT 210 3
        Introduction to Probability: MAT 221 4
        Introduction to Discrete Math: MAT 231 3
        Introduction to Computer Science: MAC 101 3
        Advanced C/C++ Programming: MAC 125 3
        Object-Oriented Programming: MAC 190 3
        Computer Technology Project Lab: MAC 289 2
        Discrete Structures: MAC 281 3
        Computer Organization & Assembly Language: MAC 283 3
        Data Structures: MAC 286 3
       
    Social Science: 3 credits   
        Select one of the following courses:**  3
        Any history course except SSN 183, SSN 199, SSN 240  
        Introduction to Anthropology: SSA 100  
        Cultural Anthropology: SSA 101  
        U.S. Power and Politics: SSP 101  
        Political Ideas and Ideologies: SSP 250  
        Introduction to Sociology: SSS 100  
        General Psychology: SSY 101     
        Introduction to Microeconomics: SSE 103  
        Introduction to Macroeconomics: SSE 104  
       
    Business & Technology: 3 credits   
        Select one of the following courses:  3
        Introduction to Business: BTM 101  
        Introduction to E-Business: BTM 116  
       
    Cooperative Education: 3 credits   
        Fundamentals of Professional Advancement: CEP 121 3
       
    Total Credits:  60 
       
    * Elective must satisfy the Urban Study requirement.  1The student may only choose one of the following: HUN180, HUN191, HUN192, HUN195 or HUN196.  
    ** For transfer to New York City College of Technology, General Psychology (SSY 101) is recommended.  

     Programming and Systems
    Program Director:  Gerald Meyer (718) 349-4041
      geraldm@lagcc.cuny.edu  

    COURSE NAME   CREDITS 
       
    Counseling   
        New Student Seminar 0
       
    English: 6 credits   
        Composition I: ENC/ENG 101 3
        Writing through Literature: ENG 102 3
       
    Humanities: 3 credits   
        Liberal Arts Elective1  3
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 28 credits   
        Precalculus: MAT 200 4
        Introduction to Computer Science: MAC 101 3
        Introduction to Visual Programming: MAC 109 3
        System Analysis and Design: MAC 110 3
        Advanced C/C++ Programming: MAC 125 3
        Comparative Operating Systems: MAC 230 3
        Database Concepts and Programming: MAC 250 3
        Introduction to Teleprocessing: MAC 260 3
        Any MAC/BTC course except BTC/SSD 105 3
       
    Social Science: 3 credits   
        Select one of the following courses:*  3
        Any history course except SSN 183, SSN 199, SSN 240  
        Introduction to Anthropology: SSA 100  
        Cultural Anthropology: SSA 101  
        U.S. Power and Politics: SSP 101  
        Political Ideas and Ideologies: SSP 250  
        Introduction to Sociology: SSS 100  
        General Psychology: SSY 101   
        Introduction to Microeconomics: SSE 103  
        Introduction to Macroeconomics: SSE 104  
       
    Business & Technology: 7 credits   
        Principles of Accounting I: BTA 111 4
        Introduction to Business: BTM 101 3
       
    Cooperative Education: 6 credits   
        Fundamentals of Professional Advancement: CEP 121 3
        Full-Time Internship: CEP 201 3
    (Both Day and Extended Day students are required to take CEP 121.  Extended Day students may take CEP 201 or an unrestricted elective course.)   
       
    Liberal Arts Electives: 7 credits1   
    Any course in Communication Skills; Education and Language Acquisition; English; Human Services; Humanities; Library; Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science; Natural Sciences; Health Sciences; or Social Science EXCEPT when noted as an unrestricted elective in DegreeWorks or the college Catalog.   
       
    Total Credits:  60 
       
    * For transfer to New York City College of Technology, General Psychology (SSY 101) is recommended.  
    1 One of your elective courses in the categories above must be an Urban Study course.  NOTE: BTN 195, SCN 195 & HUN 245 are non-liberal arts Urban Study courses, and, if chosen, will only apply to the Unrestricted Elective category (all other Urban Study courses will satisfy the requirements of the 1 categories above).  
     Computer Operations
    Program Director:  Gerald Meyer (718) 349-4041
      geraldm@lagcc.cuny.edu  

    COURSE NAME   CREDITS 
       
    Counseling   
        New Student Seminar 0
       
    English: 6 credits   
        Composition I: ENC/ENG 101 3
        Writing through Literature: ENG 102 3
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 3 credits   
        Elementary Statistics I: MAT 120 3
       
    Social Science: 3 credits   
        Select one of the following courses:*  3
        Any history course except SSN 183, SSN 199, SSN 240  
        Introduction to Anthropology: SSA 100  
        Cultural Anthropology: SSA 101  
        U.S. Power and Politics: SSP 101  
        Political Ideas and Ideologies: SSP 250  
        Introduction to Sociology: SSS 100  
        General Psychology: SSY 101     
        Introduction to Microeconomics: SSE 103  
        Introduction to Macroeconomics: SSE 104  
       
    Business & Technology: 16 credits   
        Principles of Accounting I: BTA 111 4
        Introduction to Business: BTM 101 3
        Introduction to Computers and their Applications: BTC 100 3
        Data Center OPS: Basics: BTC 270 3
        Data Center OPS: Advanced: BTC 275 3
       
    Humanities: 3 credits    
        Liberal Arts Elective1  3
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 15 credits    
        Introduction to Visual Programming: MAC 109 3
        System Analysis and Design: MAC 110 3
        Comparative Operating Systems: MAC 230 3
        Introduction to Teleprocessing: MAC 260 3
        Any MAC course (recommended: MAC 241, 250, or 265) 3
       
    Cooperative Education: 6 credits   
        Fundamentals of Professional Advancement: CEP 121 3
        Full-Time Internship: CEP 201 3
    (Both Day and Extended Day students are required to take CEP 121.  Extended Day students may take CEP 201 or an unrestricted elective course.)   
       
    Liberal Arts Electives: 5 credits1   
    Any course in Communication Skills; Education and Language Acquisition; English; Human Services; Humanities; Library; Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science; Natural Sciences; Health Sciences; or Social Science EXCEPT when noted as an unrestricted elective in DegreeWorks or the college Catalog.   
       
    Unrestricted Electives: 3 credits1   
       
    Total Credits:  60 
       
    * For transfer to New York City College of Technology, General Psychology (SSY 101) is recommended.  
    1 One of your elective courses in the categories above must be an Urban Study course.  NOTE: BTN 195, SCN 195 & HUN 245 are non-liberal arts Urban Study courses, and, if chosen, will only apply to the Unrestricted Elective category (all other Urban Study courses will satisfy the requirements of the 1 categories above).  
     Computer Operation: Network Administration and Security Option
    Program Director:  Gerald Meyer (718) 349-4041
      geraldm@lagcc.cuny.edu  

    COURSE NAME   CREDITS 
       
    Counseling   
        New Student Seminar 0
       
    English: 6 credits   
        Composition I: ENC/ENG 101 3
        Writing through Literature: ENG 102  3
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 3 credits   
        Elementary Statistics I: MAT 120 3
       
    Social Science: 3 credits   
        Select one of the following courses:*  3
        Any history course except SSN 183, SSN 199, SSN 240  
        Introduction to Anthropology: SSA 100  
        Cultural Anthropology: SSA 101  
        U.S. Power and Politics: SSP 101  
        Political Ideas and Ideologies: SSP 250  
        Introduction to Sociology: SSS 100  
        General Psychology: SSY 101     
        Introduction to Microeconomics: SSE 103  
        Introduction to Macroeconomics: SSE 104  
       
    Business & Technology: 7 credits   
        Principles of Accounting I: BTA 111 4
        Introduction to Business: BTM 101 3
       
    Humanities: 3 credits    
        Select one of the following courses:  3
        Public Speaking: HUC 106  
        Communication in a Professional Setting: HUC 108  
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 25 credits    
        Introduction to Visual Programming: MAC 109 3
        Comparative Operating Systems: MAC 230 3
        UNIX Network Operating Systems: MAC 232 3
        Windows Network Operating Systems: MAC 233 3
        Network and Systems Security: MAC 245 3
        Advanced Network and Systems Security: MAC 246 3
        Computer Repair and Network Maintenance: MAC 293 4
        Select one of the following courses:  3
        Advanced UNIX Administration: MAC 252  
        Advanced Windows NT Administration: MAC 253  
       
    Cooperative Education: 6 credits   
        Fundamentals of Professional Advancement: CEP 121 3
        Full-Time Internship: CEP 201 3
    (Both Day and Extended Day students are required to take CEP 121.  Extended Day students may take CEP 201 or an unrestricted elective course.)   
       
    Liberal Arts Electives: 7 credits1   
    Any course in Communication Skills; Education and Language Acquisition; English; Human Services; Humanities; Library; Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science; Natural Sciences; Health Sciences; or Social Science EXCEPT when noted as an unrestricted elective in DegreeWorks or the college Catalog.   
       
    Total Credits:  60 
       
    * For transfer to New York City College of Technology, General Psychology (SSY 101) is recommended.  
    1 Three of the 7 credits must be an Urban Study course (EXCLUDING: BTN 195, SCN 195, HUN 245).  
     Computer Technology
    Program Director:  Gerald Meyer (718) 349-4041
      geraldm@lagcc.cuny.edu  

    COURSE NAME   CREDITS 
       
    Counseling   
        New Student Seminar 0
       
    English: 6 credits   
        Composition I: ENC/ENG 101 3
        Writing through Literature: ENG 102  3
       
    Humanities: 3 credits    
        Public Speaking: HUC 106 3
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 8 credits   
        Technical Mathematics I: MAT 241 4
        Technical Mathematics II: MAT 242 4
       
    Social Science: 3 credits   
        Urban Sociology: SSN 187 3
       
    Business & Technology: 3 credits   
        Introduction to Business: BTM 101 3
       
    Math, Engineering & Computer Science: 31 credits   
        Introduction to Visual Programming: MAC 109 3
        Computer Electronics I: MAC 241 4
        Computer Electronics II: MAC 242 3
        Computer Hardware Interfacing and Programming: MAC 265 3
        Computer Technology Project Lab: MAC 289 2
        Computer Logic, Design and Implementation I: MAC 291 4
        Computer Logic, Design and Implementation II: MAC 292 4
        Computer Repair and Network Maintenance: MAC 293 4
        Computer Architecture: MAC 295 4
       
    Cooperative Education: 6 credits   
        Fundamentals of Professional Advancement: CEP 121 3
        Full-Time Internship: CEP 201 3
    (Both Day and Extended Day students are required to take CEP 121.  Extended Day students may take CEP 201 or an unrestricted elective course.)   
       
    Total Credits:  60 
  • Faculty Office Hours 
    Faculty Office Hours
  • Events & News
    EVENTS
    & NEWS
  • Math Society
    Math SOCIETY
  • Math Colloquium
    MATH COLLOQUIUM
  • Schedule of Classes
    Schedule of Classes

LaGuardia Community College LaGuardia Community College 31-10 Thomson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101 LaGuardia Community College 1-718-482-7200 LaGuardia Community College Map & Directions
Copyright © All Rights Reserved