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Associate in Science Degree

Computer Information Systems
The Computer Information Systems program is designed to (1) prepare students for the employment market at the entry level in computer operations, computer programming, and computer systems design/analysis, (2) provide a foundation for those students who plan to complete a four-year program in computer information systems, and (3) provide computer literacy for non-computer information systems students.

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Certificates

Cisco CCNA Examination Preparation, Levels I-IV
The Cisco CCNA Examination Preparation Certificates, Levels I-IV, confirm that the student possesses the industry-recognized knowledge and skills required for completion of each level in a four-course sequence. In completing the sequence, the student is qualified to take the Cisco CCNA examination, which is administered by an outside agency.

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Gainful Employment Disclosure:  IV


Cisco CCNP Examination Preparation, Levels V-VIII
Cisco professionals design, build, and maintain computer networks that use Cisco software and hardware to form the networking and Internet foundations for business and government agencies worldwide. The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Examination Preparation Certificates Levels V-VIII confirms that the student possesses the industry-recognized knowledge and skills required for each of the CCNP components. Upon successful completion of all four levels (taken in any sequence), the student is qualified to take the Cisco CCNP examination which is administered by an outside agency.

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Gainful Employment Disclosure:  V, VI, VII, VIII


Computer Foundations
The Computer Foundations certificate provides students with the basic hardware, software, operating system, Internet, and networking skills demanded for entry level positions in virtually any organization.

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Computer Game Development
The Computer Game Development Certificate sets the foundation for a career in game development with the introduction of the programming and graphic elements of the field.

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Computer Information Systems

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Computer Support Technician (A+)
The Computer Support Technician Certificate prepares the student for positions in industry supporting microcomputer users in hardware and software areas as well as to prepare for the Comp TIA A+ examination. The examination is administered by an outside agency.

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Database Specialist Level I
The Database Specialist Level I certificate prepares students for entry level positions involving the design and development of database systems in an organization.

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Dreamweaver Web Developer
The Dreamweaver Web Developer Certificate prepares students for positions using Macromedia Dreamweaver to develop Internet and Intranet Web sites.

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Electronic Commerce Generalist
The Electronic Commerce Generalist certificate prepares students to start or manage a business on the Internet, or to be employed by an Internet-based business.

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Flash Game Developer
The Flash Game Developer certificate prepares students for a career in developing computer games with the Flash programming language.

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Flash Web Developer
The Flash Web Developer certificate prepares students for positions using Macromedia Flash to develop Internet and Intranet Web sites.

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Internet Support Specialist (I-Net+)
The Internet Support Specialist certificate prepares the student to serve as a resource for any size organization in maintaining its Internet service or Web presence, as well as to prepare for the Comp TIA I-Net+ certification examination. The examination is administered by an outside agency.

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Microsoft Access Programmer
The Microsoft Access Programmer designs, develops and maintains database systems that can be used by any size organization or Internet-based business.

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Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST)
The Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician certificate prepares students for positions troubleshooting desktop environments running on the Microsoft Windows operating system in all size organizations. The certificate also helps students prepare for the MCDST certification examination. The examination is administered by an outside agency.

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Microsoft FrontPage Web Developer
The Microsoft FrontPage Web Developer Certificate prepares students for positions using FrontPage to develop Internet and Intranet Web sites.

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Microsoft Network Specialist (MCSA)
The demand for networking professionals to administer and support computer networks far exceeds the supply and will continue to do so well into the twentyfirst century. The Microsoft Network Specialist Certificate enables the student to specialize in Microsoft networking as well as to prepare for the Microsoft Certification exams. The examinations are administered by an outside agency.

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Network Administrator (Network +)
The demand for networking professionals to administer and support computer networks far exceeds the supply and will continue to do so well into the twentyfirst century. The Networking Administrator Certificate enables the student to acquire networking skills as well as to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ and Server+ examinations. The examinations are administered by an outside agency.

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Project Management
The Project Management certificate prepares students for positions requiring the efficient management of information technology projects in organizations with respect to software, planning, time, costs, and other factors.

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Visual Basic Programmer
The Visual Basic Programmer develops and maintains applications that can be used by any size organization or Internet-based business.

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Web Page Developer
Level One: The Web Page Developer Level One Certificate prepares students for positions developing Internet and Intranet Web pages.
Level Two: The Web Page Developer Level Two Certificate prepares students for advanced positions developing Internet and Intranet Web pages, and for those applications requiring programming skills, such as electronic commerce.

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For more information about any degrees or certificates, contact the Business and Applied Technology office or the Counseling Department.


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