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Computer Information Technology

Overview

The Computer Information Technology curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for employment with organizations that use computers to process, manage, and communicate information. This is a flexible curriculum that can be customized to meet community information systems needs. Course work will develop a student’s ability to communicate complex technical issues related to computer hardware, software, and networks in a manner that computer users can understand. Classes cover computer operations and terminology, operating systems, database, networking, security, and technical support.

Credential Requirements

Associate of Applied Science Degree - Computer Information Technology

Semester One
ACA115College Student Success1 Credit(s)
CIS 110Introduction to Computers3 Credit(s)
ENG 111Expository Writing3 Credit(s)
NET 125Networking Basics3 Credit(s)
NOS 110Operating System Concepts3 Credit(s)
SEC 110Security Concepts3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 16
Semester Two
CIS 115Introduction to Programming and Logic3 Credit(s)
DBA 110Database Concepts3 Credit(s)
NOS 130Windows Single User3 Credit(s)
NOS 230Windows Admin I3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
NET 126Routing Basics3 Credit(s)
ElectiveDepartment Approved Course3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 15
Semester Three
BUS 110Introduction to Business3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
SEC 150Secure Communications3 Credit(s)
ElectiveDepartment Approved Course3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 6
Semester Four
CTS 285Systems Analysis and Design3 Credit(s)
ENG 114Prof Research and Reporting3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
MAT 115Mathematical Models3 Credit(s)
MAT 140Survey of Mathematics3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
NOS 120Linux/UNIX Single User3 Credit(s)
ElectiveDepartment Approved Course3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
SEC 150Secure Communications3 Credit(s)
ElectiveDepartment Approved Course3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 12
Semester Five
COE 110World of Work1 Credit(s)
CTS 120Hardware and Software Support3 Credit(s)
CTS 289System Support Project3 Credit(s)
ElectiveHumanities/Fine Arts3 Credit(s)
ElectiveSocial/Behavioral Science3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
SEC 210Intrusion Detection3 Credit(s)
ElectiveDepartment Approved Course3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 16

Diploma - Computer Information Technology

Semester One
ACA115College Student Success1 Credit(s)
CIS 110Introduction to Computers3 Credit(s)
ENG 111Expository Writing3 Credit(s)
NET 125Networking Basics3 Credit(s)
NOS 110Operating System Concepts3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 16
Semester Two
DBA 110Database Concepts3 Credit(s)
NET 126Routing Basics3 Credit(s)
NOS 130Windows Single User3 Credit(s)
NOS 230Windows Admin I3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 12
Semester Three
NOS 120Linux/UNIX Single User3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
MAT 115Mathematical Models3 Credit(s)
MAT 140Survey of Mathematics3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 6
Semester Four
CIS 115Introduction to Programming and Logic3 Credit(s)
COE 110World of Work1 Credit(s)
CTS 120Hardware and Software Support3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 7

Certificate - PC Rapair Technology

Semester One  
ACA115College Student Success1 Credit(s)
CIS 110Introduction to Computers3 Credit(s)
NOS 110Operating System Concepts3 Credit(s)
Semester Two
NOS 130Windows Single User3 Credit(s)
NOS 230Windows Admin I3 Credit(s)
Semester Three
CTS 120Hardware and Software Support3 Credit(s)

Get Started. Apply Today.

Before registering for classes, all students must complete the general admissions process. Review the Admissions Overview to get started.

Help Paying For School

Students enrolling in for-credit curriculum courses can apply for multiple forms of financial assistance to help pay for school including Federal Student Aid and SCC Foundation Scholarships.

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