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Computer Science
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This transfer program is one of the most popular transfer programs (AA, AS, and ASA) taken by students at Illinois Eastern Community Colleges. If you do not see the particular area in which you are interested, please contact one of our academic advisors to assist you. Many other majors can be easily programmed into a transfer associate degree to meet your needs. We would be happy to assist you in achieving your educational goals. These are examples of major requirements including the General Education Core Curriculum (GECC). Four-year college requirements vary from college to college. Consult an academic advisor for specific college requirements before registering for classes listed below.

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First Year
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CIS 2180
Computer Programming in C++
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The second in a sequence of courses for majors in Computer Science. Covers:design and implementation of large-scale problems; abstract data types; data structures (files, sets, points, lists, stacks, queues, trees, graphs); program verification and complexity; recursion; dynamic concepts (memory, scope, block structures); text processing; and an introduction to searching and sorting algorithms. PREREQUISITE: MTH 1171 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and CIS 1130 Introduction to Computer Science.

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DAP 2180
Computer Programming in C++
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An introduction to computer programming in C++ and Visual C++ using basic program paradigms and structured problem solving, numerical algorithms, iteration, decision-making functions, arrays, and data tables. Object-oriented programming is introduced using objects and classes, manipulating objects, function overload, inheritance and files. Business-related programming problems are emphasized. PREREQUISITE: DAP 1201 Business Computer Systems or consent of instructor.

ENG 1111
Composition I
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Composition I is an introductory course in composition and rhetoric emphasizing expository prose. Major focus is on organization, paragraph structure, and elimination of mechanical errors. The writing course sequence will (1) develop awareness of the writing process; (2) provide inventional, organizational, and editorial strategies; (3) stress the variety of uses for writing; and (4) emphasize critical skills in reading, thinking, and writing. Grade of C or better is required for IAI transfer credit. (Not to be used for humanities credit)

ENG 1121
Composition & Analysis
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ENG 1121 provides further training and practice in the comprehension and expression of written English. It focuses on organization, logic, and correct research techniques and format, including American Psychological Association and/or Modern Language Association parenthetical noting and bibliographic citations. It also includes an introduction to one genre of literature and the writing of a critical analysis of a piece of literature. The writing course sequence will (1) develop awareness of the writing process; (2) provide inventional, organizational, and editorial strategies; (3) stress the variety of uses for writing; and (4) emphasize critical skills in reading, thinking, and writing. PREREQUISITE: ENG 1111 Composition I. Grade of C or better is required for IAI transfer credit. (Not to be used as humanities credit)

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GEN 1103
College Orientation/Personal Development
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This course is designed to acquaint the student with the community college, to develop the skills necessary to succeed in college work, and to teach the student how systematically to approach the world of work. Includes the college's organization, offerings, services, role in the community, personal goal setting, motivation and awareness of self; learning modes and library and learning resource skills.

MTH 1171
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
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A first course in calculus and analytic geometry. Topics include:basic techniques of differentiation and integration with applications including curve sketching, anti differentiation, the Reimann integral, the fundamental theorem of calculus, transcendental functions and applications of the definite integral. Technology will be used throughout the course. Students are strongly advised to complete this sequence at one institution. PREREQUISITE: Four years of college preparatory mathematics including geometry, trigonometry, and algebra, or MTH 1102 College Algebra and MTH 1105 Trigonometry, with grades of C or better, or the consent of the instructor.

MTH 1172
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
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A second course in calculus and analytic geometry. Topics include:applications of integration, exponential, logarithmic and other transcendental functions, techniques of integration, infinite series, polar coordinates, parametric equations, and conic sections. Technology will be used throughout the course. Students are strongly advised to complete this sequence at one institution. PREREQUISITE: MTH 1171 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I, or its equivalent with a grade of C or better, or consent of instructor.

PHY 2110
General Physics I
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This is a calculus-based course in mechanics and heat. It covers kinematics in one and two dimensions, Newton's laws, gravitation, work, energy, impulse, momentum, torque, equilibrium, rotation of rigid bodies, elasticity, simple harmonic motion, fluid statics and dynamics, heat transfer, thermal properties of matter, first and second laws of thermodynamics, and the kinetic theory of gases. PREREQUISITE: MTH 1171 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I.

Term Total
32
Second Year
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CIS 1130
Introduction to Computer Science
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This is the first in a sequence of courses for majors in Computer Science. Introduces a disciplined approach to problem-solving and algorithm development, in addition to an introduction to procedural and data abstraction. Covers:selection, repetition, and sequence control structures; program design, testing, and documentation using good programming style; block-structured high-level programming languages; and arrays, records, and files.

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GECC
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MTH 1161
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MTH 2101
Linear Algebra
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This is a first course in vectors, matrices, vector spaces, and linear transformations. The ideas discussed in this course not only serve as an introduction to the more abstract courses a mathematical student needs at the junior/senior level, but also may have many useful applications outside of mathematics, including engineering. This course is not intended to replace a more complete linear algebra course at the junior/senior level. The use of graphing calculators and/or computer algebra systems is strongly recommended. PREREQUISITE: MTH 1172 Calculus and Analytical Geometry II or consent of instructor.

PHI 2111
Introduction to Logic
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This course is an introduction to formal reasoning and includes studies in language and meaning, deduction and induction, evidence, syllogistic argument and propaganda.

PHY 2112
General Physics II
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This is a course in electricity, magnetism and light for science and engineering majors using the methods of calculus. It covers Coulomb's Law, Gauss' Law, potential, capacitance, dielectrics, Kirchhoff's rules, the magnetic field, Ampere's Law, induced electromotive force, inductance, magnetic properties of matter, alternating currents, electromagnetic waves, reflection and refraction of light, spherical mirrors, lenses, and optical instruments, interference, and diffraction. PREREQUISITE: PHY 2110 General Physics I and MTH 1172 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II or current registration in MTH 1172.

SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
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Short informative and persuasive speeches are prepared and presented. This course places emphasis on selection and organization of materials, methods of securing interest and attention, and elements of delivery as well as characteristics of effective criticism and listening.

Term Total
29
Program Total
61


We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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