Upon successful completion of the Information Technology /A.A.S. Degree program, graduates will be able to:
Last Updated: 12/12/17
- Define and explain the major components of a computing system such as data representation, hardware, low-level and high-level programming languages, algorithms, abstract data types, operating systems, networking, and application software.
- Demonstrate proficiency in an object-oriented programming language with the ability to independently analyze a moderately complex problem, and design, implement and evaluate a programming solution with 200 to 1000 lines of code.
- Design, implement, and manage small to medium sized corporate networks with current desktop operating systems, network operating systems, and commonly used networking devices such as routers, switches, and firewalls. (Network Design and Administration Option only)
- Design, implement, and manage moderately complex corporate Web sites with current markup languages, scripting languages, and server-side technologies. (Web Development Option only)
- Design, implement, and manage moderately complex corporate database programs. (Computer Information Systems Option only)