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1 The Future is Now Computer Information Systems Kennebec Valley Community College Your Key to Success Contact: Scott A. Hood 92 Western Avenue Fairfield, Maine (207)

2 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Computer Information Systems program at Kennebec Valley Community College offers the following programs of study: Associate in Science Degree in Computer Information Systems (CIS), Associate in Science Degree in Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD), and Certificate in Computer Information Systems. All areas of study promote self-motivation and discipline. Designed with input from the regional business community to prepare students for baccalaureate computer programs and employment opportunities, the Computer Information Systems program provides students with basic and advanced IT (Information Technology) skills. Graduates are prepared for continuing IT career education and/or entry-level positions in what is projected to be one of the fastest growing occupations in Maine and the nation. PROGRAM MISSION The mission of the Computer Information Systems Degree program is to prepare students through classroom lectures, laboratory experiences, and internships; students are prepared to accelerate in their field of study whether they are transferring to a four-year degree program at another institute, or entering the workforce. This is reflected in all of the courses required to complete the degree, whether they are general education courses or relate directly to their major. The mission of the Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) program is to prepare individuals to apply technical skills and advanced computer software and hardware to the creation of graphic representations and simulations in support of engineering projects. Instruction in engineering graphics, two-dimensional and threedimensional engineering design, solids modeling, engineering animation, computer-aided drafting (CAD), computeraided design (CADD), and auto-cad techniques is included. EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of the Computer Information Systems program, the graduate is expected to: 1. Be a person who utilizes resources and technology to find information both personally and professionally in computerrelated fields 2. Be a competent professional who displays the computer skills and interpersonal skills necessary to speak and write clearly, effectively and persuasively. 3. Be a critical thinker who uses technology to analyze and solve problems in the computer field. 4. Be a self-starter who uses theory, facts and principles learned in the classroom and through internships to accomplish a given goal without direction. Notables: This program has many areas for the students to focus. For those that want more business oriented work and for those that enjoy gaming and entertainment. On the gaming side the program includes electives to allow the students who enjoy programming web games, web design, smartphone and tablet gaming and just about any other gaming one enjoys. Also, if the student has taken and achieved their A+ or Network+ certification credit can be given towards those courses. That way there are 2 less courses to take and the program may be completed quicker.

3 FIRST CPT101* COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS Associate in Science Degree Introduction to Computer Information Systems CPT117/CPT121* Software Applications 1 or 2 3 ENG101 College Composition 3 MAT117 College Algebra 3 Humanities Elective 3 SECOND 3 COM104 Introduction to Communication 3 CPT120* Web Development 3 CPT119* Visual Basic 3 MAT220 Statistics 3 Social Science Elective 3 THIRD CPT230* Database Design 3 CPT * Computer Elective 3 ENG108 Technical Writing 3 HIS111 US History I 3 Math or Science Elective (200 level) 3/4 FOURTH CPT * Computer Elective 3 CPT * Computer Elective 3 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 ECO113 Economics I 3 Math or Science Elective (200 level) 3/4 TOTAL S 60/62

4 CRITERIA FOR GRADUATION Students must complete credits in the Computer Information Systems program and achieve a minimum grade of C in all core courses (*). Students must attain a final GPA of 2.0 or higher. The Computer Information Systems program offers graduates the opportunity for transfer to computer technology baccalaureate programs offered at other colleges and universities, including a 2+2 articulation with the University of Maine at Augusta in Computer Information Systems as well as Thomas College in Information Technology Management. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates of the Computer Information Systems program are likely to find employment opportunities as computer support technicians in a variety of companies and organizations with demand for these skills continuing and growing well into the foreseeable future. Example careers are Programming, PC Technician, IT Support, Website Design, Mobile Applications Developer, and Systems Administrator. POSSIBLE CERTIFICATIONS With taking the proper courses you could attain many certifications. All exams are offered here at the college and do have a fee attached. Some possible certification after completing the Computer Information Systems Degree program are: A+, MCP, MCSE, Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS), Network+, Visual Studio.NET, HTML and JavaScript (NCSA), and many more. Possible Elective Courses CPT102 Geographic Information Systems I Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are computer-based systems used to collect, store and analyze geographic information. This introductory course in GIS is designed to provide basic knowledge of GIS theories and applications. Mathematical concepts and methods involved in this course include using geographic and Cartesian coordinate systems, analysis of basic statistical data, and construction of maps and charts using computer software. In addition, mathematical and computer concepts and methods underlie our study of remote sensing, geographic information systems, and computer cartography. CPT103 Geographic Information Systems II This unit aims to develop an understanding of raster-based approaches to GIS and related areas of image processing in remote sensing. Topics covered include raster data models and data compression techniques, raster GIS and cartographic modeling, imaging systems and image processing, geometric correction techniques, and GIS/remote sensing integration in the raster domain. Prerequisite: CPT102

5 CPT140 Computer Aided Design I Computer Aided Design I is a foundational course to teach the commonly used features of CAD systems. Students will be introduced to two-dimensional drafting commands and dimensioning, drawing setup and plotting. Assignments will consist of mechanical, architectural and electrical drawings types. Also discussed will be the limitations of 2-D CAD, CAD naming conventions and file management techniques. Co-requisites: MAT117, BPT125 or BPT126. CPT201 Remote Sensing and Image Analysis This course covers advanced geographic information systems functions and applications. Fundamental graphics topics include spatial analysis, geostatistical analysis, 3-D modeling with 3D Analyst, and advanced vector/raster modeling. Remote Sensing and the collection, creation and manipulation of public data from various sources will also be covered. CPT203 Fundamentals Of Global Positioning Systems This course will introduce the Global Positioning System (GPS), including the conceptual basis for GPS and hands-on operation of the technology, including computer interfaces, GIS software, and real-world applications. CPT204 GIS Programming With VBA With ArcObjects, you can create your own menus, automate tasks with tools and scripts, create custom applications, and define custom feature classes for use with ArcGIS. In this course, we will introduce you to the fundamentals of Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and will then apply that to ArcObjects showing you how to execute commands, work with map layers and features, and automate tasks. Pre/Co-requisites: CPT103. CPT220 XML Programming This course will provide you with an introduction to and hands-on experience with the Extensible Markup Language (XML), its components (DTDs, Schemas, XSLT, Xlink, CSS, DSO), and several common XML applications (XHTML, VML, SMIL, MathML, WML, 3DML). Through readings, lab projects, tests, and a comprehensive portfolio of interrelated documents that incorporate XML and all of its associated applications, the student will have the opportunity to gain a thorough grounding in this emerging technology. Pre/co-requisite: CPT120. CPT222 Introduction to Computer Networking This course introduces students to the basic concepts of data communications, networking, and connectivity. Students will learn how to design,implement, and manage an Internet work infrastructure. This course is intended to prepare the student for Network+ Certification. Prerequisite: CPT117. CPT224 Internship Students work with a public agency, private firm, municipality, nonprofit organization, or researcher using geospatial technology to complete a clearly defined project. At the course s conclusion, students submit a portfolio including a log, samples of the work completed, and an evaluation from the on-site supervisor.

6 Prerequisite: Successful completion of all major coursework; Co-requisite: The student must be in final semester of program. CPT226 Cobol This course emphasizes methods of problem-solving and programming in a business environment. Students will learn the importance of user driven systems and how it applies to industry and education. The student will use MERANT Micro Focus Personal COBOL for Windows. CPT227 C++ Students will gain the skills necessary to create applications in the C++ environment. They will go beyond writing traditional C and C++ codes and explore their underlying structure and syntax in the Visual C++ environment. With a step-by-step methodology and real-world cases, students will master building C++ applications from the ground up. CPT228 Game Programming This course is designed to develop skills in the C++ programming language for games and simulations. This course will also examine real-world C++ development issues while utilizing standard game libraries. Other topics include interfaces, exceptions, file access, and random numbers; and creating basic game or simulation frameworks building upon C++ knowledge. Prerequisite: CPT117 or permission of instructor. CPT231 Mobile Application Development This course provides an in-depth study of the design, development and publication of object-oriented applications for ios platforms (iphone, ipod touch & ipad) using Adobe Flash and Actionscript on a Windows machine. Discussions will also address Android applications. CPT232 Multimedia Internet Design This advanced course will demonstrate through hands-on-learning how to relate software applications use to actual technical projects. Students will create projects using photo software, graphic software, and drawing tools. Course content will focus on understanding copyright laws, preparing visual and sound design, preplanning production, and editing using actual business projects to be completed and evaluated. Students will develop Multimedia projects and apply these to the World Wide Web by creating Web pages. Prerequisites: CPT120. CPT233 Active Server Pages Web-Database Integration is one of the core skills of e-commerce web development. This course explores one possible integration solution, Microsoft s Active Server Pages (ASP) technology. ASP is becoming increasingly popular as a web-database integration tool for developers using MS Internet Information Server (IIS) and either MS Access or MS SQL Server database management systems. In this course, students will gain a sophisticated command of ASP as a web-database integration tool and will develop a small e-commerce product catalog using ASP. Pre/Co-requisites: CPT120 and CPT119 or permission of instructor.

7 CPT236 Java Programming This course will cover the fundamentals of software development using the Java Language. The process of software development will be discussed to include: designing, writing the source code, compiling, linking, executing, and debugging. Data types, arithmetic/logical expressions, debugging, looping, branching, modularization, static and dynamic memory allocation, classes and objects will be discussed and practiced in class projects. CPT237 Hardware Management This theory/lab course is designed to examine computer hardware design and configurations in preparation for the A+ Certification Core exam. Each student will build, install operating systems, test, and troubleshoot a personal computer (PC) throughout the course. Topics such as motherboards, storage devices, I/Os, disk drives, multimedia, CD-ROMs, monitors, local area networks, and printers will be covered in detail. Theory will be reinforced by handson applications through the building, troubleshooting, and debugging of personal computers. Students will take many simulated A+ exams in preparation for the A+ certification core test.

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