Computer Science AS (Leading to BS)


Success is Encoded Here. HCCC Offers a Comprehensive Computer Science Program for You.

The Bachelor of Science option requires more advanced mathematics and physics courses. HCCC has articulation agreements with most regional colleges, which will allow students to transfer all their credits.


Computer Science
Computer Science A.S. (B.S.)


The graduates of the Associate in Science degree in Computer Science are prepared for transfer to four-year institutions to complete bachelor's degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, or related fields. The curriculum provides instruction in computer programming on the application and system levels, an understanding of computer hardware organization and architectures, and a working knowledge of microcomputer and microprocessor design. Students may choose from two tracks, one leading to a Bachelor of Science degree and the other leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. The latter requires fewer advanced mathematics and physics courses. A.S. Computer Science curriculum for transfer to Bachelor of Science.


Complete CSS-100

CSS-100 College Student Success

Complete the following groups:


ENG-101 College Composition I


ENG-102 College Composition II

Complete the following courses:

MAT-111 Calculus I
MAT-112 Calculus II
PHY-111 Engineering Physics I

Complete 1 Social Science Elective.

Complete the following course:


Complete 1 Social Science or Humanities Elective.

Complete the following courses:

ENG-112 Speech
MAT-211 Calculus III

Course Catalog PDF     STEM Faculty/Staff Directory

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Student Hub
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Spotlight on Students and Alumni

Our Computer Science students and alumni are enthusiastic about their experiences at HCCC. Continue reading to see what one of them has to say.
HCCC’s Computer Science program helped me land an internship at NASA and eventually prepared me to transfer to Stevens Institute of Technology to complete my BS in Computer Science.
Abderahim Salhi
Computer Science AS (BS) Graduate, 2019

Abderahim believes HCCC is the best environment to grow academically and seek leadership opportunities. He was Vice President of the STEM Club, President of PTK, and actively involved in the college community. 

Interested in gaining professional experience while studying Computer Science?

Year Up Option (Computer Science)
Year Up is perfect for any young adult who wants to gain professional experience while earning college credits for Computer Science.

Additional Program Information

Upon successful completion of the Computer Science Program, students will be able to:

  1. Computer Networks, which will give students introductory knowledge to work in the field of Computer Networking and Computer Security.
  2. Database Design and Concepts, which will provide students with the skills and knowledge to work in the field of Database Design.
  3. Programming Languages, such as C++, Python, Java, SQL, Visual Basics, etc., which will provide opportunities for students to develop programming and analytical skills and provide them to work as computer programmers.  
  4. Operating Systems and Microprocessors, which will give students knowledge of computer architecture as well as troubleshooting computer hardware.
  5. Information Systems, which will teach students how to create and use technology wisely and ethically.




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Mohamedrafiq Siddiqui

263 Academy Street, Room S404 
Jersey City, NJ 07306
(201) 360-4285

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Jersey City, NJ 07306
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