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1 Computer Information Technology Business and Social Sciences Division, Room A44, (847) The Computer Information Technology degree programs provide five specialty options with a common core of general education, business and introductory computer courses. These specialty options include Associate in Applied Science degrees in the areas of Network Administration and Security, Computer Forensics, Web Programming,.NET Programming, and Microsoft Office Application Specialist. Certificate options in multiple areas are also offered. The information technology emphasis of these degree programs is a Windows-based environment using office applications and open source tools. To complete an A.A.S., students must meet the General Requirements on page 09. In addition, students should select General Education electives (*) from those listed on page 0. All course prerequisites must be met. Office Application Specialist (Associate in Applied Science) Plan CB This degree prepares students to use MS Office components to implement business processes and documents. Through the use of general education, business, and computer courses, this program provides an understanding of the system and networking environment needed for application development today. CIT Comprehensive Spreadsheets...3 CIT 0 Introduction to Computers...3 AOS 3 Comprehensive Word Processing...3 CIT 3 Windows Operating System...3 AOS Business Mathematics or MTH College Algebra or MTH Elective (higher MTH )*** Second Semester (Spring)...5 CIT Comprehensive Database...3 CIT 4 Introduction to Networking for Programmers or Office Application Elective...3 CIT 70 Creating Web Pages...3 CIT 0 Programming for Office Applications...3 ENG English Composition I...3 Third Semester (Fall) ACC Accounting Procedures I or ACC Financial Accounting AOS 5 Presentation Software...3 BUS Introduction to Business...3 CIT 4 Introduction to Networking for Programmers or Office Application Elective...3 CIT 7 Markup Language Programming...3 Fourth Semester (Spring) CIT 4 Introduction to Networking for Programmers or Office Application Elective...3 Humanities or Fine Arts Elective Office Application Elective Social Sciences Elective*...3 Total Hours for AAS Degree Office Application Specialist Electives Select 9-0 hours from the list below: ACC Managerial Accounting...4 CIT 3 Introduction to SQL...3 CIT 30 Operating Systems for A+ Certification...3 CIT 3 Linux Operating System...3 CIT 34 Introduction to Programming Concepts...3 CIT 7 Web Page Scripting...3 CIT 74 Adobe Dreamweaver...3 CIT 95 Internship...3 ELT 5 PC Hardware Fundamentals...3 (select Career Programs). CIT 4: Introduction to Networking for Programmers is only offered every 3rd semester so you should enroll in it whenever it becomes available. CIT 0 Programming for Office Applications is not offered regularly so you should enroll in it whenever it becomes available. 3 HUM 7 Critical Thinking, PHI Logic, or PHI 5

2 Network Administration and Security (Associate in Applied Science) Plan CD This degree program prepares students in the installation, configuration, deployment and administration of network servers and security protocols. Through the use of general education, business, and computer courses, this program provides an understanding of the network infrastructure, IT security environment, and digital forensics methodologies required of network and IT security professionals. CIT 0 Introduction to Computers...3 CIT 3 Windows Operating System...3 CIT 3 Linux Operating System...3 CIT 39 Cisco: Introduction to Networks...3 AOS Business Mathematics or MTH College Algebra or MTH Elective (higher MTH )*** Second Semester (Spring)...5 CIT 33 Network Automation...3 CIT 5 LAN Administration or CIT 30 Linux System Administration...3 CIT 5 Network Security Fundamentals...3 CIT 59 Cisco: Routing & Switching...3 ELT 5 PC Hardware Fundamentals...3 Summer Semester...3 BUS Introduction to Business...3 Third Semester (Fall)...5 CIT 5 Hardening the Infrastructure...3 CIT 55 Server Virtualization Technologies...3 CIT 56 Windows Forensic Analysis...3 ENG English Composition I...3 PSY Introduction to Psychology or PSY Industrial/Organizational Psychology...3 Fourth Semester (Spring)...6 CIT 53 Network Defense and Countermeasures...3 CIT 54 Windows Directory Services...3 CIT 58 Network Forensics...4 CIT 7 Enterprise Messaging Administration...3 Humanities or Fine Arts Elective...3 Summer Semester...3 Total Hours for AAS Degree (select Career Programs). CIT 30 Linux System Administration is not offered regularly so you should enroll in it whenever it becomes available. HUM 7 Critical Thinking, PHI Logic, or PHI 5 Web Programming (Associate in Applied Science) Plan CJ This degree prepares students for creating web pages and interfaces using client- and server-side programming for the development of web applications. Through the use of general education, business, and computer courses, the program provides an understanding of the system and networking environment needed for web development today. CIT 0 Introduction to Computers...3 CIT 34 Introduction to Programming Concepts...3 CIT 70 Creating Web Pages...3 ENG English Composition I...3 AOS Business Mathematics or MTH College Algebra or MTH Elective (higher MTH )*** Second Semester (Spring)...5 BUS Introduction to Business...3 CIT Comprehensive Database...3 CIT 4 Introduction to Networking for Programmers...3 CIT 73 PHP Programming...3 PSY Introduction to Psychology or PSY Industrial/Organizational Psychology...3 Third Semester (Fall) ACC Accounting Procedures I or ACC Financial Accounting CIT 3 Introduction to SQL...3 CIT 7 Web Page Scripting...3 CIT 7 Markup Language Programming...3

3 Fourth Semester (Spring) ACC 3 Accounting Procedures II or ACC Managerial Accounting or BUS Fundamentals of Finance CIT 3 Linux Operating System...3 CIT 74 Adobe Dreamweaver...3 CIT 70 Server Side Programming...3 Humanities or Fine Arts Elective...3 Total Hours for AAS Degree (select Career Programs). CIT 4: Introduction to Networking for Programmers is only offered every 3rd semester so you should enroll in it whenever it becomes available. HUM 7 Critical Thinking, PHI Logic, or PHI 5.NET Programming (Associate in Applied Science) Plan CL This degree program prepares students to use.net programming to develop and deploy desktop, web and product applications. Through the use of general education, business, and computer courses, this program provides an understanding of the system and networking environment needed for application development today. CIT 0 Introduction to Computers...3 CIT 34 Introduction to Programming Concepts...3 CIT Comprehensive Database...3 CIT 70 Creating Web Pages...3 AOS Business Mathematics or MTH College Algebra or MTH Elective (higher MTH )*** Second Semester (Spring) ACC Accounting Procedures I or ACC Financial Accounting BUS Introduction to Business...3 CIT 4 Introduction to Networking for Programmers...3 CIT 38 Introduction to C# Programming...3 ENG English Composition I...3 Summer Semester...4 CIT 4 Programming in C Third Semester (Fall)...6 CIT 3 Introduction to SQL...3 CIT 7 Web Page Scripting...3 CIT 5 MS.NET Web Programming...4 CIT 39 Systems Analysis...3 CIT 4 Advanced C Fourth Semester (Spring) CIT 6 MS.NET Framework Programming...4 ACC 3 Accounting Procedures II or ACC Managerial Accounting or BUS Fundamentals of Finance CIT 77 MS.NET Software Development Capstone...3 Humanities or Fine Arts Elective...3 PSY Introduction to Psychology or PSY Industrial/Organizational Psychology...3 Summer Semester...3 Total Hours for AAS Degree (select Career Programs). CIT 4: Introduction to Networking for Programmers is only offered every 3rd semester so you should enroll in it whenever it becomes available. HUM 7 Critical Thinking, PHI Logic, or PHI 5 Computer Forensics (Associate in Applied Science) Plan CU CIT 0 Introduction to Computers...3 CIT 30 Operating Systems for A+ Certification...3 CIT 55 Introduction to Computer Forensics...3 ELT 5 PC Hardware Fundamentals...3 Science or Math Elective* Second Semester (Spring)...5 CIT 3 Linux Operating System...3 CIT 39 Cisco: Introduction to Networks...3 CRJ Introduction to Criminal Justice...3 CRJ 3 Introduction to Criminology I...3 Humanities or Fine Arts Elective*...3

4 Third Semester (Fall)...8 CIT 5 Network Security Fundamentals...3 CIT 56 Digital Evidence Recovery...3 CIT 56 Windows Forensic Analysis...3 CRJ 9 Principles of Criminal Investigations...3 SOC 3 Deviance...3 ENG 0 Technical Composition or ENG English Composition I...3 Fourth Semester (Spring) CIT 58 Network Forensics...4 CIT 59 Topics in Computer Forensics CRJ Criminal Procedural Law...3 CRJ 3 Ethics in Criminal Justice...3 Total Hours for AAS Degree (select Career Programs). These are prerequisites for Math courses. If you do not meet the prerequsites, begin taking these courses this semester. Students may consider taking one or two summer classes to lighten up the load on other semesters CIT 56: Digital Evidence Recovery is only offered every 3rd semester so you should enroll in it whenever it becomes available. 3 CIT 59 Topics in Computer Forensics is not offered regularly, so you should enroll in it whenever it becomes available. Cisco Networking (Certificate) Plan CE This program provides students with a strong background in computer networking, including network fundamentals, routing, switching, network design, troubleshooting, and network security. The program prepares students for the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exams. The courses use instructional materials provided by Cisco and aligned with the exams. Students receive extensive hands-on laboratory practice in Cisco systems. CIT 39 Cisco: Introduction to Networks...3 CIT 59 Cisco: Routing and Switching...3 CIT 8 Cisco: Scaling Networks...3 CIT 9 Cisco: Connecting WAN Networks...3 Total Hours for Certificate... Office Application Specialist (Certificate) Plan CG The Office Application Specialist certificate prepares students to apply information technology concepts to solve problems and increase efficiency in the workplace. The certificate develops proficiency in software applications involving data manipulation and management. Students earning this certificate will be proficient in productivity software applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentation software, as well as gain work-related knowledge of web page development. AOS 3 Comprehensive Word Processing...3 AOS 5 Presentation Software...3 CIT Comprehensive Spreadsheets...3 CIT Comprehensive Database...3 CIT 70 Creating Web Pages...3 CIT 0 Programming for Office Applications...3 CIT 7 Markup Language Programming...3 Total Hours for Certificate... Desktop Support Technician (Certificate) Plan CI This certificate prepares students for desktop support and customer support jobs. It prepares the student for the A+ Certification (PC-Technician) test and the Microsoft Desktop Support Technician Certification test. These two certifications are useful in obtaining an entry-level job in the Information Technology field. CIT 30 Operating Systems for A+ Certification...3 CIT 57 Enterprise Desktop Support...3 ELT 5 PC Hardware Fundamentals...3 Total Hours for Certificate...9 Network Administration and Security (Certificate) Plan CK The Network Administration and Security certificate prepares students for careers in designing and administering computer networks. In addition, coursework for this curriculum addresses how to keep networks secure from outside intrusion and procedures on securing evidence if network security has been breached. CIT 3 Windows Operating System...3 CIT 3 Linux Operating System...3 CIT 33 Network Automation...3 CIT 39 Cisco: Introduction to Networks...3

5 CIT 5 LAN Administration or CIT 30 Linux System Administration...3 CIT 5 Network Security Fundamentals...3 CIT 59 Cisco: Routing and Switches...3 CIT 5 Hardening the Infrastructure...3 CIT 53 Network Defense and Countermeasures...3 CIT 54 Windows Directory Services...3 CIT 55 Server Virtualization Technologies...3 CIT 56 Windows Forensic Analysis...3 CIT 58 Network Forensics...4 CIT 7 Enterprise Messaging Administration...3 Total Hours for Certificate...43 Web Programming (Certificate) Plan CN The Web Programming certificate provides students with the necessary skills to begin a career in web development. The student will learn to create web pages and interfaces using client- and server-side programming for the development of web applications. The student will also develop web pages incorporating database applications and components, which will include database administration, security and maintenance. CIT 3 Introduction to SQL...3 CIT 70 Creating Web Pages...3 CIT 7 Web Page Scripting...3 CIT 73 PHP Programming...3 CIT 74 Adobe Dreamweaver...3 CIT 70 Server Side Programming...3 CIT 7 Markup Language Programming...3 Total Hours for Certificate... C++ Programming (Certificate) Plan CO The C++ Programming certificate is centered in object oriented technologies. The certificate is intended to enhance programming skills by providing knowledge and experience in the C++ language in a minimal amount of time. It includes interaction with databases and the utilization of a systems approach to problem solving. CIT Comprehensive Database...3 CIT 3 Introduction to SQL...3 CIT 4 Programming in C CIT 39 Systems Analysis...3 CIT 4 Advanced C NET Programming (Certificate) Plan CQ The.NET Programming certificate focuses on the use of the.net Framework classes to build current enterprise applications. It is intended to enhance programming skills by providing knowledge and experience in the.net Framework classes in a minimal amount of time. It includes distributed applications, interaction with databases and the utilization of the.net systems approach to problem solving. CIT 3 Introduction to SQL...3 CIT 38 Introduction to C# Programming...3 CIT 5 Microsoft.NET Web Programming...4 CIT 6 Microsoft.NET Framework Programming..4 CIT 39 Systems Analysis...3 CIT 77 MS.NET Software Development Capstone 3 Total Hours for Certificate...0 Computer Forensics Analyst (Certificate) Plan CT This program is designed for individuals in both law enforcement and the private sector who wish to learn the skills needed to become a Computer Forensics Analyst. The primary responsibililities of a Computer Forensics Analyst are to collect, secure, and analyze data with evidental value found on digital media and data networks. Students completing this certificate will have a solid foundation in operating systems, networking, digital forensic methodologies and IT Security. Students will learn crime scene notetaking, report writing, and presentation of findings. CIT 0 Introduction to Computers...3 CIT 30 Operating Systems for A+ Certification...3 CIT 3 Linux Operating System...3 CIT 39 Cisco: Introduction to Networks...3 CIT 5 Network Security Fundamentals...3 CIT 55 Introduction to Computer Forensics...3 CIT 56 Digital Evidence Recovery...3 CIT 56 Windows Forensic Analysis...3 CIT 58 Network Forensics...4 CIT 59 Topics in Computer Forensics...-3 ELT 5 PC Hardware Fundamentals...3 Total Hours for Certificate Total Hours for Certificate...6

6 Security Administration (Certificate) Plan CV The Security Administration certificate is designed for students who currently are employed as Network Administrators or have taken courses in Network Administration. Coursework for this certificate addresses how to keep networks secure from outside intrusion and procedures on securing evidence if network security has been breached. Students pursuing this certificate should have knowledge of Windows PowerShell. CIT 5 Network Security Fundamentals...3 CIT 55 Introduction to Computer Forensics...3 CIT 56 Digital Evidence Recovery...3 CIT 5 Hardening the Infrastructure...3 CIT 53 Network Defense and Countermeasures...3 CIT 56 Windows Forensic Analysis...3 CIT 58 Network Forensics...4 Total Hours for Certificate... Game Development (Certificate) Plan CX The Game Development certificate is for those students who desire to be employed in the video game industry as game developers. Upon completion of this certificate, students will have the knowledge and skill in game strategies, game programming and mathematics to qualify for entry-level game development employment. CIT 0 Introduction to Computers...3 CIT 34 Introduction to Programming Concepts...3 CIT 4 Programming in C CIT 75 Game Development and Design Strategies...3 CIT 76 -D Game Development...3 CIT 77 3-D Game Development...3 CIT 4 Advanced C CIT 75 Mathematics for Game Development...3 CIT 76 Game Development Projects...3 Total Hours for Certificate...8 For more information on recommended courses or program specific advising, contact the following faculty members or the Business and Social Sciences Division at (847) : Changyi Chen / Dan Dainton / Sanjay Kumar John North / Bob Scherbaum

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