Program Type: Transfer Program

Program Total: 60 Credits

Program Description

The Information Technology A.S. degree enables students to study systematic approaches to problem solving within the environment of computer hardware and software systems. In the course of this study, students develop the practice of clear thinking and logical reasoning while learning to analyze, design, and program utilizing information processing tools, application packages, and software languages. The available courses cover a wide array of the computing discipline, including programming languages, systems analysis and design, operating systems, networking, Web technology, technical support, and applications software. This degree prepares students for transfer to four-year institutions and entry level employment that focuses on networking, security, programming and information systems.

Graduates of the Information Technology A.S. will be able to:

  • Utilize object-oriented methodology to write efficient code
  • Perform basic network and operating system administration, configuration, and system security tasks
  • Conceptualize, design, and diagram possible solutions to logical problems, focusing on those problems which are amenable to a computer-based solution
  • Analyze, design, and develop a computer information system for a real-world scenario
Required Courses

EGL-1010 Composition I: Expository Writing Credits: 3 (English/Gen. Ed. Requirement)

INT-1010 Introduction to Information Technology Credits: 3 (Institutional Requirement, Gen. Ed. Requirement)

INT-1111 Programming Logic and Design Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

PHL-1090 Introduction to Logic Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities Gen. Edu. Requirement)

MAT-1140 Introduction to Statistics Credits: 3 (Mathematics/Gen. Ed. Requirement)

PAS-1000 First Year Experience Credits: 1 (Institutional Requirement)

NTR-1010 Introductory Nutrition Credits: 3  (Science No Lab Gen. Ed. Requirement)

EGL-1340 Writing About Technical Topics Credits: 3 (English Gen. Ed. Requirement)

SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology Credits: 3 (Social Science Gen. Ed. Requirement)

INT-1700 Understanding Operating Systems Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

INT-1800 Internet and Web Technology Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2140 Problem Solving with Spreadsheets Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2150 Problem Solving with Databases Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

INT-1550 Introduction to Networks- Network Plus Prep Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

INT-1620 Security+ Preparation Credits: 3 (Program Requirement)

PHL-1330 Ethics Credits: 3 (Arts/Humanities Gen. Ed. Requirement)

BIO-1010 General Biology Credits: 4 (Science w/Lab Gen. Ed. Requirement)

INT-2688 Cloud+ Preparation Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2080 Fundamentals of Database Management Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2081 Introduction to Oracle Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2030 Introduction to Visual Basic Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

PSY-1010 General Psychology Credits: 3 (Social Science Gen. Ed. Requirement)

INT-2310 Windows Server Administration Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2312 Windows Active Directory Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2761 Linux Administration Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2082 Advanced Oracle and PL/SQL Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

INT-1850 Client-Side Web Development Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2050 Mobile Application Development Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2130 Programming in C++ Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2200 Programming in Java Credits: 3 (Program Elective) or

INT-2240 Introduction to Python Credits: 3 (Program Elective)

INT-2840 Systems Analysis and Project Management Credits: 4 (Program Requirement)


Credit earned at any public institution in the state shall be transferable to any other institution if the:

  • Credit is from a college or university parallel course or program;
  • Grades in the block of courses transferred average 2.00 or higher; and
  • Acceptance of the credit is consistent with the policies of the receiving institution governing students following the same program. Refer to ARTSYS at and the receiving institution's catalog to select transferable courses.
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