I had a good talk with the dean at San Jose City College on Friday morning about being three classes short of getting my computer programming associate degree. The good news is that I got a substitution for one class. The bad news is that I’m stuck with the other two classes that I can’t take due to low enrollment this semester and not being offered next semester.
The game plan now is to take the Data Structures (Java) class at Mission College in the fall semester and the Object Oriented Programming (C++) class at SJCC in the spring semester. Assuming, of course, that none of these classes get cancelled due to low enrollment, I should have my computer programming degree next year.