The purpose of this transfer track is to provide students the opportunity to gain knowledge in the disciplines necessary for a career in computer science. A four year degree could lead to employment in an industrial or financial field, a government agency, a secondary college, or a university. Examples of employment include the development of software, working with robotics, the space industry, programming, sophisticated graphics such as animation and interior design, networking computers, and development of expert systems. Students are encouraged to become familiar with the admissions requirements at the university they plan to attend. Some of the schools in Florida have a limited access to computer science. Students in these schools must achieve at least a 2.5 GPA in all college work attempted and must have completed the State of Florida Common Course Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or better in order to be considered for entrance. Gulf Coast State College is here to help you build a solid foundation that will prepare you to continue your studies at a four-year institution. We offer the necessary prerequisites for the state of Florida University Baccalaureate Programs.