Information Technology Emphasis (AAS)
The information technology associate degree is recommended for students with an interest in developing applications in the Web environment. This two-year associate of applied science degree integrates with the four-year bachelor of science in information systems, helping students seamlessly continue their education with expanding professional interests.
POINTS of DISTINCTION
- Provides a solid foundation in network administration
- Hands-on experience with industry through internship, service learning and community service
- State-of-the-art general and specialized labs and computerized classrooms
- Opportunities to get involved in professional clubs
- Education that is aligned with industry standards
- Small class sizes and personal attention to individual students
- Highly qualified and friendly professors
Web developer, Web designer, graphic designer, technical support analyst, PC hardware technician, computer consultant and computer programmer
State-of-the-art computer labs, including a networking lab where students can install and configure network servers, clients and other hardware; a graphic arts lab; and a multimedia lab.
The Computer Club is involved on campus in many club/university events. Members also hold game nights throughout each semester.