Information Systems Technology
Information Systems Technology Mission Statement
The Information Systems Technology department is committed to the education and training of information technology professionals in the areas of computer programming, network engineering, network administration, simulation and game development, technical support, and web design and development. The department strives to provide quality education in information technology through instruction in the classroom, through distance education, and cooperative education placements. The department is dedicated to preparing its students for the information technology global workforce of the 21st century.
Associate in Applied Science Degrees
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) programs are designed to provide entry-level employment training in technical areas. AAS programs range from 64 to 76 semester credit hours. A full-time student can typically complete one of these programs in two years.
- Computer Information Technology Degree
- Computer Programming Degree
- Healthcare Business Informatics Degree
- Networking Technology Degree
- Simulation and Game Development Degree
- Web Technologies Degree
Diploma programs are designed to provide entry-level employment training. Diploma programs range from 36 to 48 semester credit hours and can usually be completed by a full-time student within two semesters and one summer session. Associate degree level courses within a diploma program may also be applied toward an AAS degree program.
Certificate programs are designed to provide short-term focused entry-level employment training. Certificate programs range from 12 to 18 semester credit hours and can usually be completed within one semester by a full-time student. Associate degree level courses within a certificate program may also be applied toward a diploma or AAS degree program.
Computer Information Technology
- Network Security Certificate
- Routing and Switching Certificate
- Systems Administrator Certificate
- Wireless LAN Certificate