Associate in Science (AS) degree:
Designed for graduates who will transfer to a four-year university to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems.
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree:
The AAS may be transferred into the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Science (BAAS) degree, the Bachelor of Arts in Technology (BAT) degree, or Bachelor of Science in Information Technology found in area upper division or private universities.
- Computer Information Systems
- Information Systems Specialization
- Microcomputers for Business Specialization
- Networking Technology Specialization
Course work is focused on industry needs and implementation. Curriculum objectives meet the learning outcomes required in many highly recognized certification programs such as: CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP), Certified Novell Administrator (CNA), Network+, and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MSCE).
Certificate of Achievement:
Certificates of Achievement provide training for rapid entry into the workforce. The curriculum in each specialization uses extensive hands on experience, with contemporary computer workstations, adheres to current information technology processes and uses of industry standard programming languages, operating systems, and software applications. Students will be introduced to a variety of computer information systems, e.g. mainframe computer, minicomputer, personal computers, client-server, and networked computers.
- Computer Programming Tech-Prep
- Geographical Information Systems Analyst
- Information Technology Career Foundation Core
- Interactive Game Technology and Stimulation
- Multimedia Developer I
- Multimedia Developer II
- Networking Technology - Cisco
Enhanced Skills Certificates:
Enhanced Skills Certificates provide additional training beyond the Associate Degree.
Marketable Skills Achievement Award