|Fall Semester (year 1)|
|ENGL102R||College Composition I (Accuplacer)||3||0||3|
|MATH110R||Functions & Modeling (Accuplacer, INSV016R or equiv or POI*)||4||0||4|
|CSCI186R||Introduction to Operating Systems||2||3||3|
|CSCI101R||PC Assembly/Soft Skills||2||2||3|
|Spring Semester (year 1)|
|ENGLxxxR||English Elective (ENGL 102R)||3||0||3|
|MATH106R||Statistics (Accuplacer, IVVC016R or POI*.)||4||0||4|
|CSCI120R||Networking II (CSCI110R)||2||2||3|
Introduction to C++
(Accuplacer Sentence Skills 78 or POI*.)
|Fall Semester (year 2)|
|XXXXxxxR||General Education Elective||3||0||3|
Introduction to UNIX
(BCPC101R, knowledge of Windows or POI*)
Administering Windows Servers
|Spring Semester (year 2)|
|SOSCxxxR||Social Science Elective||3||0||3|
World Language Elective
Computer Network Security
(CSCI110R or POI*)
|CSCI220R||Storage Networks and Virtualization (CSCI204R)||2||2||3|
Prerequisite & Co-requisites are listed in parentheses.
*Permission of Instructor
Associate in Science Degree
For more information about this program, please contact Robert S. Morris at email@example.com.
The Networking Option of the Computer Technology program is both comprehensive and flexible, providing students with several career options and paths in the computer science field. The curriculum introduces students to networking systems while integrating these courses with a relevant core of general education electives.
Graduates who successfully complete the program will be awarded an Associate Degree in Computer Technology and can either enter the workforce prepared for jobs, such as PC support specialist, help desk technician, network and server administrators, or they can choose to further their education by transferring credits to baccalaureate programs in Applied Computer Science or Computer Science. Students who choose to continue on to four year institutions are encouraged to select the higher-level mathematics(math at the level of Precalculus is preferred.) All applicants to the program must satisfy the general requirements for admission to the College, possess high school or college credits in English, mathematics, two lab sciences and interview with Program Director. The evening degree option will take more than two years to complete.
Students must earn a grade of C or higher in all required CSCI courses to progress within the program and graduate.
Students who are unable to pass a criminal background check may find it difficult to obtain or stay employed in the Computer Technology industry. These students are advised to an seek alternate education program. Students will be required to sign a program code of conduct that has a zero tolerance policy. Violation of the code of conduct will be grounds for removal from the prgoram.