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Monterey Peninsula College Programs


070000 -- Information Technology
Instructional programs in the theories, principles, and methods of design, development and application of computer capabilities to data storage and manipulation.

Degrees

Information Technology, General
Computer Networking

Information technology concepts, theories, principles, methods and related computer capabilities and applications related to business, technical, and scientific problems.
Units needed for degree: 30 units

Software Applications
Computer Software Applications

Computer application software used in a business or home environment ranging from an end user skill level to corporate level for the management of information. Concepts, theory, application of software for the design and development, distribution, publishing, presentation, and analysis of text, numeric, and graphic data. Procedures, information, and application of software including a variety of methods for inputting and retrieving data, records, and information. Application of software and computer-related tools such as e-mail and speech/voice recognition for the global dissemination of information.
Units needed for degree: 30 units

Computer Science (transfer)
Univ. Studies - Computer Science Emphasis

Scientific and mathematical principles used in designing and building computers and computing systems, including transfer-oriented programs.
Units needed for degree: 18 units



Certificates:

Information Technology, General
Computer Networking

Information technology concepts, theories, principles, methods and related computer capabilities and applications related to business, technical, and scientific problems.
Units needed for certificate: 28.5 units

Software Applications
Computer Software Applications

Computer application software used in a business or home environment ranging from an end user skill level to corporate level for the management of information. Concepts, theory, application of software for the design and development, distribution, publishing, presentation, and analysis of text, numeric, and graphic data. Procedures, information, and application of software including a variety of methods for inputting and retrieving data, records, and information. Application of software and computer-related tools such as e-mail and speech/voice recognition for the global dissemination of information.
Units needed for certificate: 30 units