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Computer Science

Computer science (CS) is defined as the study of computers and their uses.  The Computer Science and Management Information Systems (MIS) majors provide both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills that are essential to develop cutting-edge computing solutions.  You will obtain the foundation necessary to adapt to a world of ever evolving new technologies.  Graduates with degrees in CS and MIS become Computer Programmers, Mobile App Developers, Business and System Analysts, Web Developers, Software Engineers, Applications Developers, Database Administrators, and IT Project Managers and Leaders.

Do you enjoy solving complex problems?  Are you creative?  Can you think in a logical methodical fashion?  Would you like to invent new approaches to computing technology and find innovative applications for existing technologies?  If so, a career in Computer Science may be for you.

Computer Science is one of the few professional fields in which a master’s degree is not required.  Opportunities exist in almost every industry in small companies, startups, and major corporations.  Touro College’s bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and MIS have an emphasis on the practical skills necessary to begin and sustain a successful career in technology.  Graduates are well prepared to begin working immediately upon graduation.

Besides its majors, the department offers a minor in Information technology. Dr. Shmuel Fink serves as the Deputy chair for the computer Science Department in Flatbush.

Required Major Courses (40 credits)

  • MCO 104 - Computing Theory and Applications - 4 credits
  • MCO 141 - Introduction to Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 152 - Computer Methodology - 3 credits
  • MCO 232 - Advanced Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 264 - Data Structures I - 3 credits
  • MCO 243 - Operating Systems - 3 credits
  • MCO 251 - Programming Languages - 3 credits
  • MCO 260 - Computer Architecture - 3 credits
  • MCO 343 - Database Concepts & Design - 3 credits
  • MCO 352 - Structured Systems Analysis - 3 credits
  • MCO 364 - Data Structures II - 3 credits
  • MCO 368 - Advanced Topics in Object-Oriented Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 452 - Internship in Computer Science - 3 credits

Required Math Courses for Major (7 credits)

  • MAT 121 - Calculus - 4 credits
  • MCO 241 - Math for Computer Science Majors - 3 credits

Two electives from the following: (9 credits)

  • MAT 122 - Calculus II - 4 credits
  • MAT 231 - Probability Theory - 3 credits
  • MCO 201 - Digital Electronics - 3 credits
  • MCO 223 - Wide Area Networks I (Cisco) - 3 credits
  • MCO 228 - Advanced Computer Hardware and Systems Security - 3 credits
  • MCO 245 - UNIX Operating Systems - 3 credits
  • MCO 275 - Internet Tools and Web Design - 3 credits
  • MCO 353 - Data Communications - 3 credits
  • MCO 354 - Local Area Networks - 3 credits
  • MCO 355 - Advanced Local Area Networks (LAN) - 3 credits
  • MCO 358 - Web Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 451 - Special Topics in Computer Science - 3 credits

Any other course approved by the Department
Total Credits in Program 56