Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________ Catalog: 2017-2018 Catalog Program: Computer Information Technology [2012] Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Computer Information Technology [2012]

Associate in Science Degree

(60 Credit Hours)

Program Director

Stephanie Cook
941-752-5000, ext. 61471 Bradenton
941-408-1471 Venice

Program Goal

This program offers a sequence of courses that provides rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in positions such as a PC support technician, help desk technician, user support analyst, applications system analyst, information systems specialist, technical support analyst, computer information manager, user support supervisor, computer systems analyst, customer service representative, computer operator, computer repair technician, computer sales person, help desk office supervisor, office systems support specialist, software tester, software trainer or user support specialist in information technology.

The content includes but is not limited to microcomputer-oriented operating procedures, software applications packages and hardware in order to devise efficient methods to manage a microcomputer-based work environment, develop new systems to meet projected needs, select and install information technology equipment, troubleshoot information technology equipment, and manage and support information technology users.

General Education Courses

Course NameCredit HoursTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
ENC 1101 - Written Communication I (3 Credit Hours)
  • Social Sciences Choose from Area III, A.S. (3 Credit Hours)
  • Humanities Choose from Area IV, A.S. (3 Credit Hours) 
  • Mathematics Choose from Area II, A.S. Excluding MGF 1106 or MGF 1107 (3 Credit Hours)
  • Natural Science Choose from Area V, A.S. (3 Credit Hours)
  • Subtotal Credit Hours: 15

    Program Specialization Courses

    Course NameCredit HoursTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
    GEB 1011 - Introduction to Business OR (3 Credit Hours)
    ENC 2210 - Technical Communication (3 Credit Hours)


    CGS 1000 - Computer Information Systems (3 Credit Hours)
    CET 1600 - Networking Fundamentals (3 Credit Hours)
    CIS 2321 - Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design (3 Credit Hours)
    CGS 1543 - Database Design and Implementation (3 Credit Hours)
    CGS 1570 - Integrated Business Apps Software (3 Credit Hours)
    CGS 2820C - Web Page Development (3 Credit Hours)
    CIS 1355 - Security Engineering (3 Credit Hours)
    COP 2170 - Visual Basic Programming (3 Credit Hours)
    COP 2510 - Programming Concepts (3 Credit Hours)
    COP 2842 - Developing Websites Using PHP/MYSQL (3 Credit Hours)
    CTS 2390 - Installing and Configuring Windows Server (3 Credit Hours)
    CTS 1150C - Microcomputer Hardware and Maintenance (3 Credit Hours)


    CIS 2931 - Current Issues in Computing OR (3 Credit Hours)
    CGS 1949 - Co-op Work Experience in Computer Science (3 credit hour format only) (1 to 3 variable Credit Hours)


  • Electives: Choose from CAP, CET, CGS, CIS, COP, CTS, OST, GRA 1100C  (3 Credit Hours)
  • Subtotal Credit Hours: 45

    Total Credit Hours: 60


    This program will require some or all classes to be taken at one campus location. Contact the program director for specific details.

    Articulated credit from a technical college/secondary school may be applicable. Contact Career and Technical Education for more information.

    A related certificate also is offered. See Information Technology Analysis [3015] listing.

    Degree Pathway

    Required Courses and recommended Sequence: The following is a recommended sequence of courses for completing this program. Developmental courses and prerequisite course requirements, credit load, and/or course availability may affect a student’s individual progress. Course availability within the program sequences is specifically intended for full-time students who begin their course work with the fall semester. Students should always consult their online degree planner for the catalog year that they entered the college, and contact their program manager to better understand typical course availability and individual program planning.

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