Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
Program Learning Outcomes HEGIS Code - 5104, CIP Code - 11.0103 
Curriculum Code: ITIS-CERT Gainful Employment Disclosure
 

     This program is suitable for students who already have an associate, bachelor's or master's degree in a non-computing area and are seeking intensive computer-related technical training in a short period of time (two semesters). It prepares students for challenging and rewarding careers in one of the following fields: Network Design and Administration or Computer Information Systems.

     Depending on the program track, Information Technology majors are taught various aspects of the management of information technology such as performance measurement, program development, disaster recovery, security, business analysis, top-down design of systems, and writing of technical documents. The concept of teamwork may be reinforced through the assignment of group projects in various courses. Overall, the curriculum is designed to teach technology as well as to develop technological decision-making skills required by a successful information technology professional.

     Students who wish to continue their studies toward the A.A.S. degree in Information Technology may apply these credits toward that goal.


FIRST SEMESTER: 16 credits Credits
CST112: Introduction to Programming 4
CST141: Principles of Computing with Java 4
CST171: Relational Database Applications and Concepts 4
  MAT107: Computer Mathematics Concepts 4

SECOND SEMESTER: 15 credits Credits
CST242: Advanced Programming and Problem Solving with Java 4
CST272: Programming for Relational Database Management Systems 4
Computer Science / Information Technology Elective 4
  ENG121: Technical Writing 3

MINIMUM CREDITS REQUIRED 31

These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.