Cyber Systems

 

 

What is coding?  Why should you consider a career in cyber systems?  Check out the links below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC5FbmsH4fw

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEHOd-phT1U

 

The UAFS Cyber System Program offers college-level courses to students.  These courses teach foundational skills in cyber systems and computer science.  Additionally, these courses support the degree requirements for the bachelor degree in information technology, certificate programs or a minor in information technology.

 

Below is a sample schedule of the course sequence of high school students.

 

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

Year 1

     CS1093 Computer Science and Information Science Concepts     

 

CS 1014 Foundations of Programming I

Year 2

CS1024  Foundations of Programming II

CS1044  Foundations of Networking

Year 3

CS1033  Foundations of Operating Systems

CS2013  Data Base Systems I

 

 

Partner schools involved with the Robot Automation program:

  • Alma High School
  • Fort Smith Future School
  • Greenwood High School
  • Northside High School
  • Van Buren High School (2nd year)

In addition to college curriculum, students are connected with industry partners through the program. Students will have the opportunity to network with professionals currently working in a professional position, talk with a mentor about what their company can offer, explore skills needed in a workforce, and tour places of business in our region. The following companies are industry partners with our programs:

  • ABB/Baldor Electric Company
  • ArcBest
  • Arvest
  • Arkansas Air National Guard 188th Wing
  • Arkansas Army National Guard
  • Hickory Springs Manufacturing
  • Pernod-Ricard
  • Trane Custom Commercial
  • Walmart Technology Services (Corporate)
  • Weldon, William, and Lick, Inc.