Going to Chico

Hi everyone,

I've been programming as a hobby for the last year or so, but I'm finally going to take the plunge and take actual college classes for a bachelor degree. I'm considering Chico College in California mainly because they are close by me and their tuition is a bit lower than most other state colleges.
I'm curious if anyone here has taken classes in Chico and can tell me if they get into actual Windows programming or if it's going to be more a brushing-up course on C++ then moving on to Java and other languages. (I know this would be a question for a college counselor but I just want a programmer's opinion)

Thanks in advance, I'm pretty excited about taking real classes.
Have you checked this out? http://csci.ecst.csuchico.edu/courses/csci
Or, http://csci.ecst.csuchico.edu/courses/cins for CIS.

Looks like you need to decide if you'd rather do CS or CIS. The CS program sure looks nice there, though. But anyway, a good CS program won't teach a particular API or language. That's not really the goal of the program.
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