Computer Information Technology
Certificate in Applied Science
This program will provide students with short-term training to obtain entry-level positions in computer and/or business offices. Graduates can obtain entry-level employment in a variety of firms that require an expertise using Microsoft
Student in the Computer Information Technology, CP, Microsoft Networking option will receive hands-on training configuring and setting up networks using Microsoft principles and advanced Windows operating system software. Students will set up a Microsoft server and learn how to administer it. Application topics in Excel and Access will also be covered. Occupations available for students completing program requirements include the following: network technician, software engineer, help desk technician, and end user support.
Upon completion of this program, graduates will be able to:
The program course requirements are presented in sequence. Part-time students and others who cannot follow this sequence should check course descriptions in the catalog to determine prerequisites and, in addition, should consult their advisor regarding the order in which they take courses.
Total Hours in Program – 31