Information Technology ITC
Information Technology prepares students for a wide range of employment opportunities in the design, implementation and security of Internetworking solutions for small, medium and large enterprises. Positions involving technical support for small computer system hardware and software implementations embedded in local and wide area networks are supported through the use of the CompTIA, Microsoft, and network offerings. Major elements of this course of study include microcomputer theory, data communications, operating systems, security fundamentals including virus eradication, systems hardware and software analysis, troubleshooting techniques, use of computer analysis hardware, and application of all of these elements in the work setting. This program has physical requirements that may affect the student’s ability to perform in this field.
Entrance requirements for students enrollment in the Information Technology program include:
- Writing Placement Exam score of 2 or higher and Aleks math score of 30 or higher; or qualify for MTHPT-137 and ENGL-101.
- Enrollment priority is on a first-come, first-serve basis as determined by the student's faculty advising date.
Intermediate Technical Certificate Requirements
|Select 24 credits from the following:||24.00|
|INTRODUCTION TO CYBERSECURITY|
|CCNA 1:NETWORKING BASICS|
|CCNA 2:SWITCHING AND ROUTING BASICS|
|CCNA 3:INTERMEDIATE ROUTING|
|CCNA 4:NETWORK MANAGEMENT|
|ADVANCED CYBERSECURITY AND PENTESTING|
|Select one of the following:||3.00|
|MATH FOR BUSINESS ANALYSIS|
|MATH FOR TECHNOLOGY|
|MATHEMATICS AS A LIBERAL ART|