Curriculum – Information Technology Specialist

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First Year - First Term
CFR-110 Ethics and the Information Age 3 s.h.
CIS-125 Introduction to Programming Logic with Language 3 s.h.
ENG-105 Composition I 3 s.h.
NET-113 IT Essentials I 4 s.h.
NET-200 Introduction to Networking 3 s.h.
16 s.h.
Second Term
CIS-332 Database and SQL 3 s.h.
NET-133 IT Essentials II 4 s.h.
NET-225 Routing and Switching Essentials 4 s.h.
NET-304 Windows Workstation Operating Systems 4 s.h.
15 s.h.
Third Term
NET-136 Operating Systems II 3 s.h.
NET-324 Windows Network Management 4 s.h.
NET-782 Computer Users Support 3 s.h.
10 s.h.
Fourth Term
ENG-106 Composition II 3 s.h.
NET-226 Scaling Networks 4 s.h.
NET-314 Windows Server 4 s.h.
NET-613 Information Data Assurance 3 s.h.
14 s.h.
Fifth Term
BUS-162 Workplace Professionalism 3 s.h.
MAT-110 Math for Liberal Arts 3 s.h.
NET-227 Connecting Networks 4 s.h.
NET-292 Information Technology Capstone 5 s.h.
15 s.h.
Total Program Hours 70 s.h.

Business Internships

It’s as easy as 1,2,3!

  1. Talk to the Business Internship Coordinator or your Counselor to decide when in your college career you should participate in an internship.
  2. Enroll in and pass Workplace Professionalism (BUS-162).
    • Workplace Professionalism is a 3 s.h. course that is a prerequisite to Business Internships ~ it can be taken at any time prior to a Business Internship.
  3. Upon passing Workplace Professionalism, the student is eligible for a Business Internship (BUS-225).
    • Students may register for a Business Internship only when they have located, secured and have had the internship site approved with the Business Internship Coordinator.
    • Business Internship credit ranges from 1 s.h. to 5 s.h. ~ this must be determined prior to registering for the course.

All students are highly encouraged to participate in a Business Internship before graduating.

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