Computer Technology

About the Degree
The Associate of Applied Science in Computer Technology is designed to provide students a well-rounded set of technology skills needed in the modern workplace. This degree is ideal for students who wish to attain technology skills useful in any discipline. Focusing on the human factor of technology, the curriculum will evolve to consistently provide the 21st Century skills required to be a successful professional in an ever-changing technological world.

On the Road to Your A.A.S in Computer Technology
Multiple milestones can be achieved as students progress toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Technology. They include:

  • Certificate of Proficiency in Computer Programming (9 credit hours)
  • Certificate of Proficiency in Computer Technology (9 credit hours)
  • Certificate of Proficiency in Network and System Administration
    (9 credit hours)
  • Certificate of Proficiency in Security and Ethics (9 credit hours)
  • Certificate of Proficiency in Web Development (9 credit hours)
  • Technical Certificate in Computer Technology (30 credit hours)
  • Technical Certificate in Software Development (30 credit hours)

Contact Info
Dr. Brian Shonk
Vice Chancellor for Academics

Class Schedule

Survey of Technology
Making Connect Comp Tech
Fund of Web Development
English Composition I
*Required Math Course
User Interface/Hum Interaction
Database Fundamentals
Fundamentals of Programming
JavaScript Fundamentals
English Comp. II
Survey of Operating Systems
Fund of Networking
Oral Communication
Cyber Security
Server-side Web Development
Survey of Programming Languages
Emerging Trends in Technology
Computer Technology Capstone
Computer Ethics
Linux Operating System
Social Science Elective
Social Science Electives (Year 2 - Need 3 Hours)
- ECN 2013 Macroeconomics
- ECN 2023 Microeconomics
Math Courses (Year 1)
- MTH 1003 Technical Math
- MTH 1023 College Algebra
- MTH 1043 Quantitative Literacy
Skills Learned
Computer Network Maintenance
Security Measures and Practices
Job Opportunities In

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