50% or more of this program can be completed online.
This program has been designed to give the student a solid foundation in information technology to foster success in obtaining a four-year degree. The student will gain a background in networking, programming, database design, and web site design. This degree program also provides a solid math background required to develop problem solving skills.
(Housed in the Information and Computer Technologies Department)
Program Learning Outcomes
1) Apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline
2) Use the Systems Analysis Design paradigm to critically analyze a problem
3) Solve problems (programming networking database and Web design) in the Information Technology environment.
4) Function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal
5) Demonstrate professional behavior
6) Demonstrate ethical conduct
7) Explain legal codes and standards associated with information technology
8) Discuss IT-oriented security issues and protocols
9) Demonstrate appropriate social skills and personal responsibility
10) Communicate effectively with a range of audiences
11) Analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals organizations and society
12) Demonstrate strong programming skills which may include writing debugging or testing computer programs
13) Evaluate and maintain network environments
14) Design and implement a web page
15) Apply various IT skills to electronic databases
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Requirements for Program Entrance
Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry (or Math 104 at MCC). Typing or keyboarding recommended.
*PROGRAM ELECTIVE: Choose one of CIS 110; CPT 101, CPT 120; CPT 211; CSC 206, CSC 214, CSC 215, CSC 223
**If below 85 on U.S. History Regents Exam, choose from HIS 111, HIS 112. If 85 or above on U.S. History Regents Exam, choose from: HIS 103, HIS 104, HIS 111, HIS 112, HIS 200, HIS 211, HIS 240, HSM 103; POS 102.
NOTE: See SUNY General Education requirements for students transferring to a four-year SUNY school.
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