Course Planner

The following listing is a display of when courses required for this major are offered by Oregon Tech. Some required courses are only available at local community colleges. These are displayed in the table at the bottom of the page.

FallWinterSpring
ANTH452 Globalization 3    
CST102 Introduction to Computer Systems 3    
CST116 C++ Programming I 4    
CST162 Introduction to Digital Logic 4    
CST211 Data Structures 4    
CST229 Introduction to Grammars 3    
CST316 Software Process Management 4    
CST324 Database Systems and Design 4    
CST352 Operating Systems 4    
CST412 Senior Project I 3    
MATH251 Analytic Geometry and Differential Calculus 4    
MATH327 Discrete Math 4    
MGT345 Industrial Economics 3    
PHY221 General Physics with Calculus I 4    
PSY201 Psychology 3    
WRI327 Advanced Technical Report Writing 3    
Technical Elective 3    
Total   60    
Total     0  
Total       0
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
Total   0    
CST126 C++ Programming II   4  
CST130 Computer Organization   3  
CST236 Software Systems Testing   4  
CST276 Design Patterns   4  
CST320 Compiler Methods   4  
CST326 Software Design I   4  
CST422 Senior Project II   3  
MATH252 Integral Calculus   4  
MGT345 Industrial Economics   3  
PHY221 General Physics with Calculus I   4  
PHY222 General Physics with Calculus II   4  
SPE321 Small Group and Team Communication   3  
WRI350 Documentation Development   3  
Technical Elective   3  
Total     50  
Total       0
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
Total   0    
Total     0  
ANTH452 Globalization     3
CST131 Computer Architecture     3
CST136 Object-Oriented Programming with C++     4
CST223 Concepts of Programming Languages     3
CST238 Graphical User Interfaces     4
CST240 UNIX     3
CST334 Senior Project Proposal     1
CST336 Software Design II     4
CST415 Computer Networking     4
CST432 Senior Project III     2
MATH254N Vector Calculus I     4
MGT345 Industrial Economics     3
PHY222 General Physics with Calculus II     4
PHY223 General Physics with Calculus III     4
SPE321 Small Group and Team Communication     3
WRI327 Advanced Technical Report Writing     3
Technical Elective     3
Total       55
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
Total   0    
Total     0  
Total       0
CST105 Intro to Computer Systems III      
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.

Courses Available at Community Colleges

Course
Study of functions including graphs, operations and inverses. Includes polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic functions and their applications, and systems of equations.
The trigonometric ratios and their applications with special emphasis on identities, trigonometric equations, vectors, and complex numbers. 
Prerequisite:  MATH 111 with grade "C" or better, or equivalent.
Focuses on narrative/descriptive and expository writing. Students write essays, edit their own and others' work, develop competence in drafting, composing, organization, and revising a variety of types of essays.
Designed to develop skills in ethical argument, research, and critical thinking. Multi-page papers, including an argumentative research paper, required. Students draft, compose, organize, and revise with focus on audience, effective style, and overall rhetorical effect.
Prerequisite: WRI 121 with grade "C" or better.
Practice in techniques of gathering, organizing, and presenting technical information.  Technical reports derived from realistic situations found in the student's major will be written.
Prerequisite: WRI 122
Pre- or co requisite: SPE 111.