Computer Science

Computer Science is a profession concerned with both the theoretical investigations and practical developments in computer technology, programming, and applications. Computer Science graduates generally find employment in the high tech or scientific areas. Listed  below is the suggested course of study for students transferring to Montana State UniversityThe University of Montana, and Montana Tech of The University of Montana. The computer engineering transfer program to MSU is listed under the engineering transfer program. Those students who do not meet the prerequisites for the computer science or the math courses in the course of study listed below should meet with an advisor to discuss their options.

Program Requirements

Suggested course of study for a transfer to:
Montana State University – Bozeman

Montana Tech of The University of Montana

The University of Montana – Missoula


james_goudyFaculty

Jim Goudy worked both in the academic and industry computing field after earning his master’s degree in computer information systems from Dominican University in River Forest, Ill., and his bachelor’s degree from the The University of Toledo. Jim worked in the academic computing field at Concordia University Chicago and the Helena School District. His computing experience also includes work at the Aeroquip Corporation and Morrison and Maierle Systems Group. Jim enjoys designing database systems, and his teaching experience includes teaching both graduate and undergraduate-level courses at Dominican University. He has also taught at Concordia University Chicago and at Helena College-University of Montana. This fall, Jim will teach Java I, Introduction to Programming and Web Programming.


Advisor:

Jim Goudy
RH 133B
(406) 756-3617
jgoudy@fvcc.edu

For general information, contact the Admissions Office: (406) 756-3847.

 


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