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Information Technology

Due to society’s increased utilization

of various information technologies,

there is a growing demand for people

to support the hardware, software,

communications, and training

needs of a business organization.

Many businesses, especially smaller

companies, are looking for individuals

who have the computer skills and

technical training to provide this support

while also increasing the productivity

and efficiency of the organization.

This program is designed to provide

students with the business application

and technical skills for entry-level

positions in business and also help

prepare them for leading certification

exams.

All students enrolled in Information

Technology are expected to have

basic Windows skills and keyboard at

approximately 35 words per minute. It

is strongly recommended that students

without basic keyboarding skills take a

basic keyboarding class or those without

Windows skills take CIS 162—Operating

Systems (Windows) in preparation for

beginning this curriculum.

Associate in Applied Science

Upon completion, the graduate will be able

to do the following:

Understand the basic principles of Local

Area Networks and Wide Area Networks

Perform network management activities,

and work with communications,

protocols, security, and directory

structures

Understand the role of information

systems within a business organization

Utilize the advanced features of

application software

First Semester

CIS 104

3

CIS 128

3

CIS 164 Main Campus

or

3

CIS 227 GFAFB

3

CSCI 122

3

ENGL 110

3

Second Semester

CIS 129

3

CIS 220

3

CSCI 101

3

HPER 101 or 102

1

MATH 103

3

Credits from Subplan 1,2 or 3

3

Third Semester

CIS 255

3

ENGL 120 or 125

3

HPER 101 or 102

1

Humanities/Social Science Electives 3

Credits from Subplan 1,2 or 3

6

Fourth Semester

BADM 291

2

CIS 202

3

COMM 110

3

Humanities/Social Science Electives 3

Credits from Subplan 1,2 or 3

3

Students must choose 12 credits from one

subplan. Instructor may approve electives

from CIS, COOP or CSCI.

Subplan 1 - Web Design/Computer

Support

ART 212

3

CIS 165

3

CIS 180

3

CIS 181

3

CIS 211

3

CIS 224

3

CIS 233

3

CIS 243

3

CIS 267

3

CIS 268

3

Subplan 2 - Transfer

CSCI 124

3

CSCI 160

3