2+2 Degree Programs
The Department of Computer Science & Information Technology offers several transfer options for career degree (A.A.S.) holders to earn a Bachelor of Science degree.
What's the difference between an A.S. and an A.A.S. degree? Which one transfers?
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Network Administration and Support, Office Professional, Software Development, and Digital Media: Web Design students have the option of transferring their A.A.S. degree toward the completion of a B.S. in Organizational and Professional Development at Eastern Illinois University
Network Administration and Support and Software Development students have the option of transferring their A.A.S. degree toward the completion of a B.S. in Information Systems Technologies at Southern Illinois University.
The University of Illinois at Springfield offers a B.S. in Computer Science transfer option for Parkland CSIT students with an A.A.S. in Network Administration and Support and Software Development.
Parkland Pathway is a dual-enrollment opportunity for students to gain guaranteed admission to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). CSIT students may want to consider either the Computer Science or Computer Engineering degree programs. Program participants will receive personalized mentoring and academic counseling and will have access to resources at both institutions – including libraries, labs, extracurricular activities, and recreation (some fees may apply). They’ll also have an opportunity to live in UIUC housing and enroll in one UIUC course per semester for their major. To apply, download, complete, and submit a Parkland Pathway to Illinois application. You'll also need to submit an application to Parkland College . For more information about this program, contact Jason Rotzoll at Parkland College (217.353.2622) or Carrie Ann Mulvaney at UIUC (217.333.4710).