Information Technologies
AAS = Associate of Applied Science | 2 years

Information Technologies AAS = Associate of Applied Science | 2 years
Due to the broad range of careers available in this field, the degree has areas of specialization to accommodate most students’ needs: general, networking and network security. Additionally, specific course requirements may be modified to accommodate student career goals with written approval of the Dean. All options emphasize development of the skills necessary to apply current technology toward solution of today’s business problems.

National Science Foundation Grant for IT Networking

Transfer or Stackable Options

This degree is designed to get students into a career after graduation.

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop an awareness of the social and economic factors that affect the necessity for and security of information technologies in the modern world 
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to configure, maintain and troubleshoot standard computing hardware, software, and operating systems 
  • Demonstrate the skills necessary to design and implement a modern, efficient, and sustainable computer network and to perform network administration, management, and security activities 
  • Demonstrate knowledge of emerging trends and the ability to solve real-world problems within the information technology field

ACBSP Accreditation

Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)

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