CIT General Program Requirements

Associate in Applied Science Degree NMC Code 106

This program gives students comprehensive computer instruction in addition to a background in business and liberal arts. Successful Associate Degree graduates are qualified for entry-level positions as computer technicians, programmers, and other information technology positions.

Students enrolled in this program will be exposed to many facets of the Computer Information Technology Industry which includes programming, web development, databases, hardware, networking, and operating systems. Students will develop software using the latest programming languages and web development tools, create and develop databases using Microsoft Access and SQL, acquire skills needed to assemble/disassemble PCs and troubleshoot hardware and software issues, configure and set up local area networks and work with the latest client and server operating systems.

Effective: Fall 2014

General Education Requirements Credits: 17-18

Communications: ENG 111 and either
BUS 231 or ENG 112

7-8

Humanities: PHL 202 or PHL 105

3

Mathematics Competency: Placement into MTH 121 or higher, or completion of MTH 111

-

Science: Any Group 1 course with a lab

4

Social Sciences: Any Group 1 course (ECO 201 recommended)

3

Occupational Specialty Requirements: 53-54

ACC 121 Accounting Principles I

4

ACC 122 Accounting Principles II OR

BUS 101 Introduction to Business 

3-4

CIT 110 Programming Logic & Design

3

CIT 156 CompTIA A+® Certification I

3

CIT 157 CompTIA A+® Certification II

3

CIT 170 Microsoft Office - Access

3

CIT 180 HTML and CSS Programming

3

CIT 190 JavaScript Programming

CIT 195 .NET Application Programming

3

CIT 210 Microsoft Office - Excel OR
CIT 233 Project Management

3

CIT 213 Networking Technologies

4

CIT 215 Windows Server Environment

3

CIT 248 SQL Server Databases

3

CIT 255 .NET Object-Oriented Programming

3

CIT 256 Linux Administration

3

CIT 280 Systems Analysis and Design

3

CIT 290 CIT Internship*

3

Program Requirements 70-72

* Two competencies are required for the Internship course: a 3.0 GPA in CIT classes (with 20 credits and an overall average of 2.5 and department approval) and a keyboarding competency.

While a 3.0 GPA in CIT classes is required for this internship, an alternative, campus-based internship opportunity is available for those students who do not meet this requirement.

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