Computer Science

Are you interested in learning COMPUTER PROGRAMMING? Or maybe you’re considering a career in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY? Connors State College offers the foundational courses that can start you on your journey. Learning up-to-date, in-demand computer skills can help you prepare for a rewarding career in the industry.

Employment demand in computer and technology related occupations is projected to experience continuous growth. To meet the employment demand for the expanding job market, Connors State College is creating a new Computer Science Program with an array of options.

“The computer science program here at Connors has helped me learn and experience so much. I couldn’t have learned all that I have without my amazing friends and professors.”

– Isabella Farrell, Computer Science Student

Degree Plans

Below is a list of the Computer Science programs offered at Connors State. Click each item to expand for more information.

AS Computer Science

The Associate’s of Science in Computer Science prepares students for entry-level positions in computer science as well as more advanced degrees.

Click here to see the Associates of Science in Computer Science degree plan.

CA Computer Science

The Certificate of Achievement in Computer Science is a focused approach to learning Computer Science. This plan only requires 16 total hours of coursework and can be considered an “add-on” to an Associate’s Degree.

Click here to see the Certificate of Achievement in Computer Science degree plan.

AAS Applied Technology

The Associate’s of Applied Technology prepares students for employment or career advancement through an individualized program of study that combines general education with a technical specialty. Students can apply the knowledge, skills, and competencies obtained through previous career tech or college coursework in a technical discipline toward the AAS Applied Technology degree.

Click here to see the Associates of Applied Science in Applied Technology degree plan.

Rhonda Wilson

Title III Computer Science Project Director


Phone: (918) 463-6299

Office: NAH A124, Muskogee Campus

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CSC also has an E-Sports team which offers scholarships to students for competing against other college teams in a variety of competitive video games. The E-Sports lab boasts a collection of top-of-the-line gaming PCs, free to use at any time for members of the team.