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Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Applications
Courses Transferrable from Other UMS Campuses to the University of Maine at Fort Kent
The following chart provides general guidance as to which courses offered at other University of Maine System
campuses will be accepted as transferable into the Bachelor of Science in Computer Applications
undergraduate degree program at the University of Maine at Fort Kent.
As shown, links to course descriptions for all courses are provided. Additional courses beyond those listed may
be acceptable for transfer as assessed by the appropriate course faculty on the campus to which the student is
transferring.
Courses qualifying to fulfill General Education course requirements are handled on a campuswide basis and are available through a separate information sheet.
University of Maine at Fort Kent
Bachelor of Science: Computer Applications
(Curriculum drawn from https://www.umfk.edu/academics/programs/cos/academics/fouryr/default.cfm)
Typical Program showing Acceptable Transfer Courses
(Course transfer information is drawn from https://peportal.maine.edu and confirmed by involved faculty members.)
REQUIRED COURSES
Course
Course Title
Number
COS 111
Introduction to Computer
Course
Science
Description
Credits: 4
COS 260
Introduction to
Course
Programming
Description
Credits: 4
COS 312
Computer Programming –
Course
Java
Description
Credits: 3
COS 3xx
Upper level programming
language elective
Credits: 3
COS 333
System Analysis &
Course
Design
Description
Credits: 3
COS 346
Databases
Course
Credits: 4
Description
COS 360
Computer Organization
Course
Assembly Language
Description
Credits: 3
COS 397
Computer Management
Course
Internship
Description
Credits: 3
COS XXX
Credits: 3
ELECTIVE
Concentration select one
Credits: 21
USM
COURSES ACCEPTABLE FOR TRANSFER
UM-A
UM-F
UM
UM-M
CIS 101
CIS 125
COS 206
CIS 210
CIS 210H
COS 241
COS 246
CIS 214
CIS 314
CIS 214H
COS 285
CIS 350
UM-PI
COS 120
COS 260
COSK 103
CISA 214
COS 351
COS 230
COS 230
COS 335
Note: Students are required to complete a Computer Portfolio in addition to those courses defined within the program.
Students construct a portfolio from the Capstone Projects completed as part of the Cos course requirements portion of
their program.
University of Maine at Fort Kent Computer Applications Course Descriptions
COS 111 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduces computer hardware, software, procedures, systems and human resources and explores their integration and application in
business and other segments of society. The fundamentals of computer problem solving and programming in a high-level
programming language are discussed and presented with an emphasis on general software development skills. Offered Spring.
Prerequisites: Cos 103, Mat 128, or instructor's permission.
Credits: 4
COS 260 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
Explores the object-oriented and structured programming paradigms with emphasis on problem analysis, algorithm development, data
structure selection and usage techniques using representative programming languages. Examines syntax/semantics, file I/O,
modularization, and array utilization. Offered Fall.
Prerequisites: Cos 111 or instructor's permission.
Credits: 4
COS/ELC 312 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING - JAVA
Pursues a more in-depth view of a common high level programming language around which the course is centered. Emphasizes the
object-oriented programming paradigm. Students will learn to create both stand-alone JAVA applications and JAVA Applets for web
pages. Advanced topics such as event handling, exception handling, and multi-threading will be introduced. Offered odd Falls (2013,
2015)
Prerequisites: Cos 260 or instructor's permission.
Credits: 3
COS 333 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Examines various system development life cycles, industry management interaction, project development and management, physical
system evaluation and design, as well as vendor interaction issues. Emphasizes through a hands-on approach small system
development and CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) skill development. Offered Spring.
Prerequisites: Upper level programming language course or instructor's permission.
Credits: 3
COS 346 DATABASES
Explores database fundamentals, design, implementation, and administration using industry standard technologies and methodologies.
Examines the relational database model and the newer semantic object models of database design and provides students the
opportunity to model, design, and implement databases using both methods. Emphasizes modern multi-user, multi-processing, Webenabled databases and structured query language (SQL). There will be significant hands-on components in the course. Offered odd
Springs (2013, 2015).
Prerequisites: Cos 260 or instructor's permission.
Credits: 4
COS 360 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION/ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE
Explores architecture of computing systems including microprocessor control systems. Includes control unit logic, input/output
processing and devices, asynchronous processing, concurrency, parallelism, and memory issues. Demonstrates a number of algorithms
using a representative low level programming language. Offered even Fall (2012, 2014).
Prerequisites: Upper level programming language course or instructor's permission.
Credits: 3
COS 397 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS INTERNSHIP
The internship is designed to provide Computer Application majors the opportunity to apply computer management and software
development theories and principles in a particular in-service setting in which they will gain additional practical in-service
applications skills. The intern is expected to complete a fixed length period of participation in a firm consistent with the intern's
career aspiration. Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer term.
Prerequisites: Upper level programming language course, internship and faculty sponsors' permission.
Credits: 3
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