Engineering and Computer Science pathway (AS)

Computer Science pathway (AS)

Engineering and Computer Science pathway (AS)

Computer Science pathway, AS


Computer Science is intended for students wanting to transfer to a university in the fields of computer science, software engineering, and cybersecurity.


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Faculty and Staff

Devin Fraley, Science Chair

Devin Fraley
Science Chair
480.677.7849
Devin.Fraley@centralaz.edu

Armineh Noravian

Dr. Armineh Noravian
Professor of Engineering
520.494.5202
Armineh.Noravian@centralaz.edu

Meisha Binkley, Chemistry Professor

Meisha Binkley
Professor of Chemistry
480.677.7845
Meisha.Binkley@centralaz.edu

Dr. B. Jagadish - Chemistry Faculty

Dr. B. (Jay) Jagadish
Professor of Chemistry
520.494.5026
B. Jagadish@centralaz.edu

Dr. Wayne Pryor, Geology & Astronomy Faculty

Dr. Wayne Pryor
Professor of Astronomy & Geology
520.494.5351
Wayne.Pryor@centralaz.edu

Dr. Clark Vangilder, Physics Professor

Dr. Clark Vangilder
Professor of Physics
520.494.5324
Clark.Vangilder@centralaz.edu

Engineering and Computer Science pathway (AS)

Engineering pathway (AS)

Engineering and Computer Science pathway (AS)

Engineering pathway, AS


Engineering is the application of scientific and mathematical knowledge to design and build structures and products widely used in our everyday life.
Engineers are problem solvers and seek solutions that contribute to the comfort and betterment of society.


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Faculty and Staff

Devin Fraley, Science Chair

Devin Fraley
Science Chair
480.677.7849
Devin.Fraley@centralaz.edu

Armineh Noravian

Dr. Armineh Noravian
Professor of Engineering
520.494.5202
Armineh.Noravian@centralaz.edu

Meisha Binkley, Chemistry Professor

Meisha Binkley
Professor of Chemistry
480.677.7845
Meisha.Binkley@centralaz.edu

Dr. B. Jagadish - Chemistry Faculty

Dr. B. (Jay) Jagadish
Professor of Chemistry
520.494.5026
B. Jagadish@centralaz.edu

Dr. Wayne Pryor, Geology & Astronomy Faculty

Dr. Wayne Pryor
Professor of Astronomy & Geology
520.494.5351
Wayne.Pryor@centralaz.edu

Dr. Clark Vangilder, Physics Professor

Dr. Clark Vangilder
Professor of Physics
520.494.5324
Clark.Vangilder@centralaz.edu

Math Education pathway (AA)

Math Education pathway (AA)

Math Education pathway (AA)

Math Education pathway, AA


The Math Education Pathway prepares students for transfer to a University for secondary education with a Math concentration.


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Networking Technologies (AAS)

Networking Technologies (AAS)

Networking Technologies (AAS)

Networking Technologies, AAS



This dynamic AAS program features state-of the art technology to provide the skills necessary to prepare students for a career in the fast-growing Information Technology industry. Many of the courses in both emphases offer regionally or nationally recognized certifications.

Cyber Security: Concentrates on protecting computers and network systems from various intrusions .

Network Administration: Concentrates on building, configuring, and troubleshooting networks.


Degree Map | Networking Administration Emphasis

Faculty


PROFESSOR MELINDA KOHUT
Professor of Computer Technology
Phone: 520-494-5211
melinda.kohut@centralaz.edu


PROFESSOR ANDRES GONZALEZ
Professor of Computer Technology
Phone: 520-494-5387
andres.gonzalez@centralaz.edu

Software Development (AAS)

Software Development (AAS)

Software Development (AAS)

Software Development, AAS & Certificate



The Software Development AAS has two emphases: Computer Programming and Web Development. Both tracks focus on the programming skills necessary to prepare students for a career in the fast growing software industry or to transfer to a 4-year college or university.


Degree Map | Computer Programming Emphasis

Faculty


PROFESSOR MELINDA KOHUT
Professor of Computer Technology
Phone: 520-494-5211
melinda.kohut@centralaz.edu


PROFESSOR ANDRES GONZALEZ
Professor of Computer Technology
Phone: 520-494-5387
andres.gonzalez@centralaz.edu

Statistics pathway (AA)

Statistics pathway (AA)

Statistics pathway (AA)

Math pathway, AA


The Mathematics pathway is designed to transfer to a university major where students can specialize in one of these areas: actuarial sciences, statistics, secondary education, cryptology, cartography, topology, data science, and research.



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