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Computer Science Transfer Pathway Associate of Science Degree
Computer Science Transfer Pathway AS
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  • ​Graduates of this program may choose to continue their education at a four-year institution in a Computer Science or related field. 
  • With additional education and experience, students may advance to positions such as Database Analyst, Systems Analyst, Software Developer or Programmer-Analyst.
  • ​​Private industry 
  • Manufacturing 
  • Government agencies 
  • ​Education

​Potential Employers

  • ​Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Minnesota Life
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • State of Minnesota
  • Delta Airlines​

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The Computer Science Transfer Pathway Associate of Science (AS) Degree​​ is designed to provide students with opportunities for immediate employment or for transfer to four-year institutions with whom we have credit transfer agreements. ​​​​

Students planning a career in this area should have above average mathematical reasoning and communication skills. 

Students should exhibit qualities of patience, and preciseness, and should enjoy working in a team environment.

Program Delivery Methods
Online, hybrid, traditional in-class courses and hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs on Saint Paul College campus, St. Paul, MN​


Saint Paul College has transfer articulation agreements between the following program and post-secondary institutions for the baccalaureate degree programs listed below. 

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Computer Science AS Degree

  • ​BA Individualized Studies, Metropolitan State University 
  • BS Information Technology, Saint Mary's University-Twin Cities Campus 
  • BS Computer Information Systems, College of St. Scholastica
  • ​How to develop complex algorithms which underlie common programming tasks 
  • How to construct and analyze the performance of complex data structures and use them to develop efficient computer programs 
  • A sound understanding of the mathematics that underlies Computer Science and be able to develop and deploy computer programs which utilize it

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