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Degrees

Information Technology, General
Computer Science (A.S.)

Information technology concepts, theories, principles, methods and related computer capabilities and applications related to business, technical, and scientific problems.
Units needed for degree: 20 units

Computer Information Systems
Information Systems

General programs in data and information storage and processing, including hardware, software, basic design principles, and user requirements.
Units needed for degree: 32 units

Software Applications
CIS: Microcomputer Office & Technical Support Skills

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: 29 units

Computer Science (transfer)
Computer Science (A.A.)

Scientific and mathematical principles used in designing and building computers and computing systems, including transfer-oriented programs.
Units needed for degree: 26 units

Computer Programming
CIS: Systems Programming

Entry-level programming, including methods, procedures, symbols and rules used in planning and writing instructions in computer language for the solution of a problem. Includes programming for the World Wide Web.
Units needed for degree: 46 units

Computer Infrastructure and Support
Computer Systems Intensive Certification Training

Network and operation systems design and administration, including certification preparation.
Units needed for degree: 33 units

Computer Networking
CIS: Internetworking Technician

Principles of local, metropolitan, and wide area computer networking design, installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Units needed for degree: 44 units

Computer Networking
CIS: Network Administration

Principles of local, metropolitan, and wide area computer networking design, installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Units needed for degree: 38 units

Computer Support
CIS: Operations/PC Support Specialist

Preparation to provide technical assistance to computer system users. May include use of computer hardware and software, printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating systems.
Units needed for degree: 29 units

World Wide Web Administration
CIS: Internet

Methods to develop and maintain web servers and hosted web pages, and to function as Webmaster. Includes computer systems and networks, servers, web design and editing, information resources management, web policies and security.
Units needed for degree: 40 units

E-Commerce (technology emphasis)
CIS: E-Commerce

Programs that combine marketing and management principles with technical applications of the Internet and World Wide Web, with main emphasis on applications of technology.
Units needed for degree: 39 units

E-Commerce (technology emphasis)
Web Site E-Commerce Administrator

Programs that combine marketing and management principles with technical applications of the Internet and World Wide Web, with main emphasis on applications of technology.
Units needed for degree: 44 units

E-Commerce (technology emphasis)
Web Storefront Builder Using Miva

Programs that combine marketing and management principles with technical applications of the Internet and World Wide Web, with main emphasis on applications of technology.
Units needed for degree: 38 units



Certificates:

Information Technology, General
Computer Science

Information technology concepts, theories, principles, methods and related computer capabilities and applications related to business, technical, and scientific problems.
Units needed for certificate: 20 units

Software Applications
CIS: Microcomputer Office & Technical Support Skills

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: 22 units

Computer Programming
CIS: Systems Programming

Entry-level programming, including methods, procedures, symbols and rules used in planning and writing instructions in computer language for the solution of a problem. Includes programming for the World Wide Web.
Units needed for certificate: 46 units

Computer Infrastructure and Support
Computer Systems Intensive Certification Training

Network and operation systems design and administration, including certification preparation.
Units needed for certificate: 33 units

Computer Infrastructure and Support
Computer Systems Intensive Certification Training-Basic

Network and operation systems design and administration, including certification preparation.
Units needed for certificate: 24 units

Computer Networking
CIS: Internetworking Technician

Principles of local, metropolitan, and wide area computer networking design, installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Units needed for certificate: 44 units

Computer Networking
CIS: Network Administration

Principles of local, metropolitan, and wide area computer networking design, installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Units needed for certificate: 38 units

Computer Support
CIS: Operations/PC Support Specialist

Preparation to provide technical assistance to computer system users. May include use of computer hardware and software, printing, installation, word processing, electronic mail, and operating systems.
Units needed for certificate: 29 units

World Wide Web Administration
CIS: Internet

Methods to develop and maintain web servers and hosted web pages, and to function as Webmaster. Includes computer systems and networks, servers, web design and editing, information resources management, web policies and security.
Units needed for certificate: 40 units

E-Commerce (technology emphasis)
CIS: E-Commerce

Programs that combine marketing and management principles with technical applications of the Internet and World Wide Web, with main emphasis on applications of technology.
Units needed for certificate: 39 units

E-Commerce (technology emphasis)
Web Site E-Commerce Administrator

Programs that combine marketing and management principles with technical applications of the Internet and World Wide Web, with main emphasis on applications of technology.
Units needed for certificate: 44 units

E-Commerce (technology emphasis)
Web Storefront Builder Using Miva

Programs that combine marketing and management principles with technical applications of the Internet and World Wide Web, with main emphasis on applications of technology.
Units needed for certificate: 38 units