The objective of the Information Technology program is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, training and experience needed to obtain an entry-level position within the Information Technology field. The graduate will be able to effectively pursue a career as a Network Administrator, Computer Systems Analyst, Field Service Technician, Tech Support team member, and a Computer Hardware/Software Technician. Graduates will be prepared to sit for the Microsoft MTA, CompTia Network+ and A+ certifications once completed with courses.
Curriculum 96.3 credit hours
Normal program length: 18 months (day) 24 months (night)
|Course No.||Subject Title||Credit Hrs|
|CED-303/304||Job Readiness Resumes/Interviews||4.8|
|CPT-101||Introduction to Computers||2.1|
|ENG-204/205||Business English I/II||4.8|
|ITD-101/102/103||Computer Hardware & Maintenance I/II/IIII||6.0|
|ITD-215/225/235||Operating Systems I/II/III||6.0|
|ITD-405/415/425||Network Plus I/II/III||6.0|
|ITD-505||Introduction to Programming I||4.8|
|ITD-505L||Introduction to Programming Lab||2.4|
|ITD-510/511/512||Network Security I/II/III||6.0|
|General Education Courses||19.2|
Students may substitute courses that meet the career objectives with the approval of the Dean of Academics.
Program revision and modification disclaimer: In an effort to maintain up-to-date curriculum and coursework, the institution will revise program content on an ongoing basis. These changes include but are not limited to: entire programs or courses and content within a course. These improvements ultimately serve the student, ensuring our programs are current and in line with the needs of the professional community.