Associate of Occupational Science Degree in Information Technology Specialist

  • Program Length: 15 Months
  • Day Courses Scheduled between
    8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Night Courses Scheduled between
    4:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

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About our Information Technology Associates Degree

By training for a career in information technology, you will gain the necessary skills to administer, manage and troubleshoot computer networks of all sizes running on the Windows operating system. Our balanced training covers preparation for some of the most sought after certifications in computer technologies, including Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) and the CompTIA A+, Security+ and Network+ certification. Career opportunities include data entry clerk, computer programmer, Web programmer, computer operations and computer technical support.

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Syllabus

Course Name Course Type Credit Hours
Computer Applications for Networkers I Computer Technology 4.5
Intro to Personal Computer Systems Computer Technology 3.0
PC Technician Computer Technology 3.0
Network Routing I Computer Technology 3.0
Network Routing I Lab Computer Technology 1.5
Network Administration and Technical Support Computer Technology 3.0
Network Administration and Technical Support Lab Computer Technology 1.5
Network Routing II Computer Technology 3.0
Network Routing II Lab Computer Technology 1.5
Network Security Computer Technology 3.0
Network Security Lab Computer Technology 1.5
Implementing a Windows Operating System Computer Technology 3.0
Implementing a Windows Server— Level I Computer Technology 3.0
Implementing a Windows Server— Level I Lab Computer Technology 1.5
Implementing a Windows Server— Level II Computer Technology 3.0
Implementing a Windows Server— Level II Lab Computer Technology 1.5
Managing a Windows Network Computer Technology 3.0
Managing a Windows Network Lab Computer Technology 1.5
Capstone Computer Technology 3.0
Success in College and the Workplace Career Development 3.0

Students will take 9 credit hours from the following General Education Courses, assuring at least one course is taken in each of these areas: quantitative analysis, written and oral communication, and social sciences. Not all electives are available at all campuses.

Critical Cognition General Education 3.0
English Composition General Education 3.0
Communication Studies General Education 3.0
Mathematics General Education 3.0
Psychology General Education 3.0
Sociology General Education 3.0
Human Factors in Behavior Performance General Education 3.0
Comparative Literature General Education 3.0
Algebra General Education 3.0
Total 60.0

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