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1 PROFESSIONAL-TECHNICAL PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUEST College: North Seattle College Program Title: Programming and IT Network Support AAS-T I CIP: EPC: 515 Total Credits: 91 I Anticipated maimum enrollment: 25 Anticipated yearly completions: 20 Primary IZJ (if so, initial D or final IZJ documentation) Option D Contract D If option, to which primary program If option, include curriculum guide for primary program. Award at completion (type of degree or certificate) AAS-T Degree Brief program description: Graduates of the Programming & IT Network Support degree are dually prepared for both the workplace and to transfer into the Application Development Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree program. Learn beginning programming, networking, and troubleshooting skills so you can get an entry-level IT job as you pursue your BAS degree. This degree is built on the strengths of our already-eisting IT program at North with only the addition of one course (IT 125 -Structured Query Language). Adding this degree creates a direct pathway for North students into the new Applications Development BAS program. This degree is close to being an option of the Networking Associate Degree, but incorporates the transfer Computer Science offerings, and technical electives that allow a student to customize the degree slightly to take the classes and/or earn the certifications most attractive to them. SBCTC PAR (7/18/13)

2 Criteria I Plan Description PROGRAM NEED 1. Potential career progression, including Career Progressions: Network Technician or Network Support Technician to Network Administrator; job titles and employment opportunities System Support Administrator/ Technical Support/ Helpdesk Specialist to System Support Administrator including wage data. Need studies or orl IT Manager; indication of need from employers should support new and emerging Uni/Entry-level application/computer programmer to (complete the BAS) Senior Application occupations not covered by standard Programmer or Developer. forecasts or data. Wage Data and Employment Opportunities: soc Description Epected Growth Annual Median Openings Computer and Info Systems 12% 354 $65.76 Managers Computer Programmers 8% 575 $ Network and Computer 11% 2558 $49.84 Systems Administrators Software Developers, 11% 1377 $49.88 Applications Source: EMSI (derived from WA ESD, Census, BLS and other public data sources) 2. Initial assessment of opportunities for None needed for this program. work-based learning/clinical sites (must be answered if applicable to program) SBCTC PAR (7/18/13)

3 Criteria Plan Description 3. Collaboration with other colleges - North has worked closely with Seattle Central and Bellevue College as the Applications Indicate which other colleges have similar Development BAS degree was created, and continues to do so. This AAS-T degree is the onprograms and what potential conflicts may eist. Provide evidence of attempts campus feeder for that new degree. to collaborate with other colleges. An conversation was started on June 3, 2014 through the Workforce Education Council WEC listserve, so that all colleges were informed of our intent to send in the PAR. No responses were returned. 4. Planning/advisory committee - Provide ADV form located at htt1:1:llwww.sbctc.ctc.edulcollegel e- wkforce1:1roftech1:1rograms.as1:1 and minutes of the related meeting(s) showing evidence that the committee has determined there is a commitment in the geographic area to employ individuals. who have been served by the program. The IT Technical Advisory Committee looked at this degree at two different meetings and voted to adopt at the meeting on April 28, 2014 and via (see attached minutes and copy of an ed vote). s. Other supporting documentation PROGRAM DESCRIPTION 1. Attach program description, goals, and See attached Program Planning Guide learning objectives. 2. Attach program/curriculum guide (list by See attached Program Planning Guide course number, course title, credit and/or clock hours per course, and total credits). NOTE: May not be available for a new primary program at initial submission. Is required for final approval. If an active Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the occupation eists in the region, at least one labor and one management member from that committee should be invited to serve on the advisory committee. The college shall contact the chairperson or secretary of the JATC and request representation for the specific occupation. In cases where representation is not provided by the JATC, a letter must be on file from the college to the JATC requesting representation for that occupation. JATCs may act as the advisory committee where it has been determined that both the college and the occupation could best be served. "Organized labor" representatives should be used whenever possible to ensure a balance of all points of view, and currency with issues relevant to the development of courses. SBCTC PAR (7/18/13)

4 Criteria Plan Description 3. Attach course descriptions, goals, and All courses are already in eistence and offered in the current catalog and IT schedule with the eception learning outcomes as they will appear in of IT 125. the catalog (do not include course IT Using Structured Query Language and SQL Server - Provides instruction in techniques for syllabi). creating, modifying, deleting, and querying databases using SQL Server, although techniques can also be NOTE: May not be available for a new used with other relational DBMS like MySQL, Oracle, and Access. primary program at initial submission. Is required for final approval. 4. Program goals are developed in See minutes for both the March and April meetings. conjunction with the planning/advisory committee. This joint development is reflected in the minutes of the committee. Assurances By the signatures below, we attest to the fact that the following actions have occurred: 1. The program has been integrated with the strategic planning and budgeting plan of the college. 2. The curriculum of this program has gone through the institution's established approval process. 3. The college will maintain an advisory committee of industry representatives to help the institution keep the program current with employer needs. 4. A continuous improvement plan is in place for this program. Approvals: Chief Instructional Officer ffe; ~, ~ (J Workforce Education Director,rJ't-d~-~r_. Endorsements: ~ ~ Advisory Committee Representative "Must be a voting member. ~t-- f ei-c Lw fc Date 6/J.r;,/1v te_v.v_ _'1- (j ~ f Date Date ;. 0/~/fl/, ' tpp fyf/ SBCTC PAR 17/18/13)

5 PROFESSIONAL-TECHNICAL ADVISORY /PLANNING COMMITTEE (Voting Members) Community/Technical College: North Seattle College I Date Submitted: 06/19/14 Committee/Program Title: Information Technology Please indicate which type of committee this is: Meeting dates for previous year: 10/30/13; 02/25/14; 04/28/14 ~ Program advisory committee D General advisory committee D Ad hoc/planning committee D Other (specify) Check Appropriate Column(s) Voting Committee Member Information Employer Employee JATC Org. Rep. Rep. Rep. Labor I Name Philip Aronson Dustin Beazer Kevin Egan Rod Renner Larry Ryan Brent Shepherd Neil Sidhu Miguel de Zubeldia Job Title President Recruiting Supervisor OIT Labs Manager Data Center Manager Senior Consultant Higher Ed Account Manager Network Engineer Systems Engineer (resigned 04/14) Employer Aronson Security Group Paccar Seattle University Paccar Hewlett Packard (ret) Cisco Empyrean Data Solutions Cisco City of Residence Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle Bothell Seattle Everett Seattle Non~Votlng Committee Member Information Name Job Title Employer City of Residence College Advisory Committee Procedures - a-policymanual-ch4append.asp#appendg SBCTC ADV 3/12)

6 - NORTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Programming & IT Network Support AAS-T Requirements Effective Fall 2014 Program Planning Sheet Program Description: Take the first step to become an IT Professional. Graduates of the Programming & IT Network Support degree are dually prepared for both the workplace and to transfer into the Application Development Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree program. Learn beginning programming, networking, and troubleshooting skills so you can get an entry-level IT job as you pursue your BAS degree. Prerequisites: Many classes have prerequisites. For courses with prerequisites, students must prove eligibility prior to registering for those courses by testing or by having satisfied prior course work requirements. Course work earned at other institutions must be unofficially evaluated or approved by a program advisor before registering. Courses in this degree with pre-requisites are marked with an asterisk(*). See catalog for more information. Programming & IT Network Support AAS-T Prerequisites: EET131, MATH098 (Intermediate Algebra), and Placement into ENGL&101. Note: Advanced placement testing, work eperience, and transfer of credits may result in course waivers, credit transfer, and advanced placement. May 2, 2014 Program Requirements Course Number General Education/Related Instruction Requirements (30 credits) Credit Hours ENGL&101* English Composition I 5 Math&141 * Pre-calculus I 5 Math&146* Intro to Statistics 5 HUM 105 or lntercultural Communication or soc 101 Intro to Sociology 5 US Cultures or Five credits selected from the list of approved US Cultures or Global Global Studies Studies courses (see page 3) 5 Natural World Jab Five credits must be selected from the list of approved Natural World science lab science courses (see page 3) 5 Course Number Degree Requirements (61 credits) csc 110* Introduction to Computer Programming 5 CSC 111 *or Computers for Math and Science or 5 BUS 169 Using Computers in Business 1 csc 142* Computer Programming 1 5 IT 109 JTIL Foundation Certification Preparation 1 IT 111 Internet and Web authoring 5 IT 122* Network Operating Systems 1 5 IT 125 Structured Query Language & SQL Server 5 IT 126* Network Operating Systems 3 5 IT 135 UNIX Operating System 5 IT 138* UNIX for Network Administration 5 IT 142* Network Management Cisco 1 5 IT 144* Network Management Cisco 2 5 IT 102, CSC 143 * or IT 146* Technical Elective 5 Total Credits: 91 (ecluding pre~requisites)

7 Program Outcomes: Students will meet the prerequisite requirements for entrance into the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Application Development. Students will apply scientific or technical knowledge in order to understand issues, solve problems and engage in useful and responsible practices in computer programming. Troubleshoot hardware & network problems Install & configure softwa.re & upgrades Install, configure & test network devices, servers & workstations Function effectively as a member of a team What Skills do I need to be successful in this field? What are some potential job titles? Network Technician, Network Support Technician, System Support Technician, Technical Support Technician, Datacenter Technician, Helpdesk Specialist, Application Programmer, Uni Programmer Wages, employment trends and pathways Course Sequence: This program of study is outlined by quarter, and courses should be taken in the indicated sequence. However, it should not be concluded that students will always proceed through their program of study eactly as prescribed here. The number of quarters listed here is minimal. Not a II courses are offered every quarter. Individual student eperiences, educational and training background, and personal schedules and demands all may affect the time it takes to finish this program. Also, in general, summer quarter is not considered one of the full-time quarters in the program. 1" quarter: ENG&101, CSC 111 or BUS 169, MATH& 141 2"' quarter: IT 135, IT 122, Math&146 3'' quarter: IT 138, IT 142, CSC 110 4th quarter: IT 144, CSC 142, IT 111 5th quarter: Natural World lab science elective, IT 125, IT 102 or CSC 143 or IT 146 5th quarter: IT 126, US Cultures or Global Studies elective, HUM 105 or SOC 101, IT109 Program Contact: Matt Rice NSCC Advising Office: https://northseattle.edu/advising Program Website: https://northseattle.edu/career/degrees/it-application-development-aast May 2, 2014

8 Find information about choices for Natural World, Global Studies, or US Cultures courses by looking at the choices listed on the Associate of Arts Degree sheet: https:// no rthseattl e.ed u/ sites/ no rthseattle. ed u/fi Jes/degrees/ reg u ire me nts/ AA%20d egre e 0. pdf May 2, 2014

9 NORTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUSINESS ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IT Technical Advisory Committee Winter 2014 Tuesday, February 25, :30-5:00 p.m. BEIT Conference Room TAC Members: Faculty: Staff: Guest: Recorder: Kevin Egan, Seattle Lluiversiti;; Larry Ryan (Chair), Hewlett-Packnrd (rel); Miguel de Zubeldia, Cisco Betsy Campbell; Jean Kent; Matt Rice Terry Co, Dean for BEIT Division; Kristi Lagrntta, Student Success Specialist Dustin Beazer, PACCAR; Jessie Muhm, Evans Sclzool of Public Affairs, Ul,Y; Rod Renner, PACCAR Ginny Watkins, Support Staff for BEIT Division Welcome, Inti-oductions, and Call to Order Larry Ryan welcomed everyone to today's TAC meeting, introductions were made, and Larry called the meeting to order at 3:36 p.m. Approval of Minutes The minutes of the fall 2013 meeting on October 30, 2013 were reviewed and a motion to approve them as written was seconded and passed. Updates and Amw1111ce111ents o For the benefit of guests who are attending today's meeting for the first tiine Dean Co eplained the purpose of a TAC is to provide direction to professional-technical progrnms to ensure they continue to offer relevant, high-quality workforce training and education. In her eperience, Terry noted strong programs generally have strong TA Cs. Membership includes employers, employees, program alumni, and labor reps. o o ITIL Matt Rice distributed a description of new course IT 109 ITIL Foundation Certificate Preparation which was approved today by the College's Curriculum and Academic Standards Committee (CAS). Matt indicated the soonest it can be offered is fall Larry Ryan provided a quick overview of ITIL noting that upon completion of the course students will be prepared to sit for the ITIL Foundation eam. Rod Renner indicated PACCAR is in the early stages of implementing ITIL--they have a team focused on service management delivery and ITIL is part of their QMS focus on process. IT Securiti; Class and Degree Pmgress Matt reported that IT 150 IT Systems Security was recently approved by CAS. CAS has not yet approved several changes to our core degree-network & Server Administration: the addition of IT 109 ITIL Foundation Certification Preparation as a requirement and the replacement of electives EET 160 I:nh oduction to Electricity and ljpage

10 NORTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUSINESS ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Electronics and EET 161 DC Principles of Electronics with EET 108 Introduction to Fiber Optics and EET 137 Introduction to Robotics (at Rod's request Matt provided an overview of the Robotics course). Matt introduced the new Networking Security and Administration degree and certificate. The committee epressed concern about the security piece noting there is not much differentiation between this degree and the regular networking degree Gust one class of differentiation). The committee recommended that we add the new networking class (IT 150) to the eisting degree as an option to IT 220 rather than create a whole new degree. Then as we add more security classes to the IT offerings, a degree could be developed with more separation from the original degree, and Miguel noted that Cisco' s CCNA Security class might serve that purpose. Additional comments included: mainframe isn't going away anytime soon mainframe security is still a very big issue for PACCAR and for Boeing; there's room for people to concentrate on security but usually they have 4-year degrees; Forensics at Edmonds is doing well; Rod indicated he would be willing to go back to his security team at PACCAR to get their input. Matt reviewed the department's new Software Development & IT Teclmical Support degree which is the feeder degree for North's new 4-year Application Development BAS. This is the first time the TAC has.seen this degree (although the TAC had approved the development of the degree previously). Dean Co eplained that the degree needs to fulfill two purposes: it must have workplace value and it also must incorporate what is needed for students to be well prepared to go into the new Applications Development BAS degree, which is being created in the Math/Science Division. Students graduating with this degree would be qualified for a help desk or IT support position. This is because the industry people were very clear that they do not generally hire programmers at the 2-year level of education, so the team concentrated on eisting courses, put together a package that gave grads a marketable skill, and added in as much programming as they could fit. As they looked at the degree additional comments from TAC included: heavy load on Cisco - does it make sense for this group to take all three Cisco courses or would some of those credits be better used elsewhere? Dustin noted a great skillset to include would be database. Betsy indicated we have an Access course on the books but according to Terry the Access course is not scheduled to be offered in the Business department anymore. Dean Co asked if the committee was ready to do a vote, and the committee requested more time to look at the curriculum and think about it before voting. The committee agreed to further discuss the degree via and the revised degree will be voted upon at the spring 2014 meeting on April 28. o IT Healthcare New Program Develop11te1Zt Matt reported the college's Health and Human Services Division hasn't yet formed a TAC for the recently reinstated IT for Healtl1care program. Terry noted tl1at tl1e HHS division is working on more pressing matters at the moment but will be moving tins forward as soon as they can. 21Page

11 NORTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUSINESS ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY o New 4-Year Application Development, Baclzelor of Applied Science Degree, Fall 2014 Terry provided some background on BAS degrees at community colleges noting that previously community college students graduating with a 2-year professional/ teclmical degree typically had 'nowhere to go beyond that point.' BAS degrees now give these students an opportunity to pursue a 4-year degree. The first to be offered at North was the International Business, BAS which began fall The second will be the Application Development, BAS whicl1 begins fall The upper two years of this degree will 'live' in the Math/Science Division and the fi.tst two in the BEIT Division though our current degree 'doesn't quite fit yet.' Microsoft System Center Config11ration Manager (SCCM) and MS System Ceuter Operations Manager (SCOM) Kevin Egan noted these two functions are etremely important in managing every single piece of a network. He suggests the department consider offering them as an elective but they might also serve to differentiate the certificates as discussed earlier. Due to time constraints a full discussion of this item was not possible, and the committee agreed to include it for discussion in the as noted above. Ind11stry Update Due to time constraints members didn't have an opportunity to provide the department with an update but Terry thanked everyone for thei.t input at today's meeting-'we're glad to have it.' Spring Meeting: The committee agreed to meet from 4:00-5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 28 prior to the All-College TAC Dinner which begins at 5:00. Meeting adjourned at 5:03 p.m. 3\Page

12 NORTH SEATILE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUSINESS ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IT Technical Advisory Committee Spring 2014 Monday, April 28, :00-5:00 p.m. Math/Science Conference Room TAC Members: Faculty: Staff: Recorder: Kevin Egan, Senttle ll11iversih;; Larry Ryan (Chair), Hewlett-Pnckard (ret); Betsy Campbell; Jean Kent Terry Co, De1111 for BEIT Divisio11; Joy McEldery, Advising TenyCo Welcome, Iutroductions, and Call to Order Chair Larry Ryan opened the meeting with a call to order and inh oductions. The minutes from the February 25, 2014 meeting were approved as written. Terry and Larry shared that Miguel De Zubeldia had sent a thank you to the committee, saying that he had taken a position in Arizona and therefore could no longer participate in the committee. He said he had le this boss know about his involvement with the IT TAC and to have his replacement at the company check in with the college to see if we wanted thern to join. AAS-Till Softwam Development and IT Teclznical Support Terry reminded the committee where this conversation had left off at the last meeting: Matt Rice had introduced the degree, and the committee had had some discussion about it, however they had requested more time with the degree before voting on it. Betsy eplained the changes to the degree that incorporated and addressed the items that the committee had brought up at that fast meeting, plus an with both this updated degree and the Bachelor of Applied Science in Applications Development degree had been sent out to the committee via (see below). No one had replied to the . The changes made to the degree since the original review were: o o Addition of one more General Education requirement (a lab science) to the degree to bring up the total credits of Gen Ed to 30 credits. This makes an even split of 30 credits of Gen Ed in this degree and 30 credits in the Applications Development BAS degree to total the required 60 credits for the bachelor's degree. To 'find' the credits for that additional Gen Ed course, Betsy eplained that IT 102 (Intro to Programming) and IT 146 (Cisco III) had both been moved to a "technical elective" category that allowed the student to choose one course of three - IT 102, IT 146, or CSC 143 (Computer Programming II) depending upon their :interests. This removed some overlap in programming content and addressed the TAC committee's concern that the degree was pretty heavy on networking classes. The committee discussed the new degree. Larry and Kevin commented that this seemed more fleible for the student and easier for advising. The topic turned to the title of tl1e degree - llpage

13 NORTH SEATILE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUSINESS ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Terry asked if it seemed appropriate for both the level of training and the kinds of jobs the shldent would be eligible for. A new title "Programming and IT Network Support" was agreed upon. VOTE: The committee members present voted unanimously to accept the degree. (Post note: Terry sent tlze approved degree out to tlze rest of tlze co111111ittee to ask for e111ail votes. Phil Aronson of Aronson SecurihJ voted 'yay' via e111ail, see tlze end of these notes). His vote constitutes a quoru111. Iudustry Update Kevin shared tllat he has an opening for a Network Associate at Seattle U and will forward tlle announcement to Matt. Agenda for Fall Meeting The committee agreed tllat tlley would like to look at tlle original Networking Associate degree and tlle security class at tlle net meeting, to vote on tlle proposed changes to that degree. Kevin asked tllat tlle group discuss Power Shell; SCCM and SCOM at the net meeting, to see if it makes sense to add tllese to tlle offerings of tlle program. Fall 2014 meeting scheduled for Wednesday, October 29, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Meeting adjourned at 5:05 pm and tlle committee members headed to the All-College TAC Appreciation Dinner; sent to committee members on May 20, 2014: Dear Committee: We had a meeting on April 28th just prior to tile. TAC appreciation dinner, and unfortunately we didn't have enough members present for a quorum. We had a great discussion with tlle two members who were present about the AAS-T degree tllat was introduced at tile last meeting, and believe tllat tlle degree attached to tlus addresses all of tlle issues tllat were raised during our first discussion, and two otl1ers tllat surfaced afterward (about tlle title of the degree and tlle need for one more Gen Ed requirement witllin the degree). We need a final vote on tlus so tllat we can send it forward for approval at tlle State level. The two people who were present did vote for the degree as it's presented here. For. those!lfyol1 N'Q'I'.Pt7sel1f: on'. April 28th' ca11 yoti.' pl!!ase revie\\' m~ ci~gree arid rewft YOtll'Y()te i11 this way: Yay - accept this degree as it stands now. Yay witl1 proposed new edits to tile degree (list proposed edits). Nay - recommend that tlus degree not be approved (please state your reasons). As always, thank you for your input and for participating in our program development! 2]Page

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