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I''m starting to apply for colleges and I found this course list on fccj. Is this a good path to take to become a professional programmer: General Courses ENC 1101 English Composition I (3) MAT 1033 Intermediate Algebra (4) *Humanities (3) SOP 1002 Human Relations (3) *Communications - Category B (3) Credit Hours: 16 Professional Courses: CGS 1060 Introductory Computer Concepts (3) COP 1000 Introduction to Programming and Algorithm Design (3) CGS 1100 Microcomputer Applications for Business and Economics (4) COT 1000 Data Processing Mathematics (3) COP 2837 Introduction to Programming with Visual Basic.NET (3) OR COP 2332 Introduction to Windows Programming Using Visual Basic (4) CGS 2542 Database Concepts for Microcomputers (3) CDA 2500 Introduction to Data Communications (3) OST 2335 Applied Business Communications (3) COP 2702 Oracle SQL and PL/SQL (4) GEB 1011 Introduction to Business (3) COP 2220 Introduction to C Programming (3) CIS 2321 Information Systems (3) CIS 1943 Internship (3) Credit Hours: 41 Professional Electives: Group 1 (minimum 3 credit hours) COP 2334 Object-Oriented Programming with C++ (3) COP 2250 Fundamental Concepts of Java Programming (3) COP 2252 Websphere Java Programming (3) COP 2800 Object-Oriented Programming with Java for Programmers (4) COP 2333 Advanced Windows Programming Using Visual Basic (4) COP 2360 Introduction to C# (3) Group 2 (minimum 3 credit hours) COP 2250 Fundamental Concepts of Java Programming (3) COP 2251 Intermediate Java Programming (3) COP 2806 J2EE Java Development I (3) COP 2807 Java Development II (3) COP 2332 Introduction to Windows Programming Using Visual Basic (4) COP 2805 Advanced Java Programming (3) COP 2837 Introduction to Programming with Visual Basic.NET (3) COP 2120 COBOL Programming (3) COP 2121 Advanced COBOL Programming (3) COP 2743 DB2 Universal Database (3) COP 2745 Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming (3) COP 2812 Introduction to XML (3) COP 2822 HTML Programming (4) COP 2838 Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming (3) COP 2111 Introduction to Game Programming (3) COP 2112 Advanced Game Programming (3) CIS 2930 Special Topics in CIS (1) CIS 2931 Special Topics in CIS (2) CIS 2932 Special Topics in CIS (3) Thanks guys, Cory
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Cobol, boy - you are gonna have a lot of fun !

Other than that i think it''s ok if you wanna become a programmer, but it''s a little low on the math-part (not to mention the fun stuff) if you wanna be a game-programmer. Anyway, good luck !

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