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1 General Information In the associate degree program, the emphasis is on how to use computers to meet business needs. They analysis and design of systems is covered to expose the student to problems that may be expected on the job. The student learns to program in languages in demand for the workplace. Further, the student is introduced to the current software packages for spreadsheets, work processing, database management, and the Internet. The student is allow prepared to meet the technical needs of a business office through Microsoft, Cisco and Novell network courses which introduce the student to LAN administration. Towards the end of the fourth quarter of the associate degree program, the student selects a specialization in either the programming or the networking track. The programming track provides and introduction to languages such as VisualBasic and C++ and database design. Upon completion of this track, student are qualified to apply for positions in software support, programming, or a wide range of other entry-level positions or to continue in the programming concentration of the CIS bachelor degree. The networking track provides more focus in data communications, the Windows and NetWare operating systems and Cisco courses. When this track is complete, students are eligible to take the certification exams to become Microsoft Certified Professionals (*MCP) and Certified Novell Administrators (CAN). Graduates may apply for positions such as network technician, operator, LAN administrator, or a variety of other entry-level positions or to continue tin the networking concentration of the CIS bachelor degree. (Rev 5/30/03 TRT) 1

2 Curriculum (Programming Track) Quarter I CIS 114 Fundamentals of Computer Programming CIS 112 Introduction to Computers MA 110 Introduction to College Math TEC 101 First Quarter Professional Seminar TEC 102 Developing Leadership Skills Quarter II CIS 124 Advanced Computer Programming CIS 253 Operating Systems CIS 122 Computer Applications I CIS 122 Computer Applications I On-line EN 101 English I EN 102 English II Quarter III CIS 223 Structured Application Development NET 233 Introduction to Workstation Software MA 121 Business Math EN 102 English II Humanities or Social Science Elective Quarter IV CIS 233 Advanced Structured Applications Development NET 132 Intro to Novell LAN Administration I CIS 212 Computer Applications II CIS 212 Computer Applications II On-line MA 120 Technical Math I

3 Curriculum (Programming Track) Quarter V CIS 270 Intermediate Computer Programming NET 235 Installing, Configuring & Administering Servers CIS 263 Database Design ELECTIVE Humanities or Social Science Elective CHOOSE ONE PHY 120 Physics I PHY 121 Physics Lab I MA 160 Finite Math Quarter VI CIS 222 Systems Analysis & Design CIS 285 Ethics & the IT Workplace CIS 295 Externship Progam** CIS 275 OOP's Fundamentals Humanities or Social Science Elective Legend C = Number of lecture hours per week L = Number of laboratory hours per week T = Total Quarter Hours where each lecture hour per week is one credit and each pair of laboratory hours per week is one credit. 3

4 Course Descriptions (All Tracks) CIS 110 Fundamentals of Computer Programming 4 Class Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours A study of the BASIC programming language will be used as the vehicle to introduce flowcharting, control structures, calculations, interactive programming techniques, and editing. CIS 111 Fundamentals of Computer Programming Lab 6 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Students will learn to write in BASIC implementing the techniques mastered in CIS 110. Laboratory projects will grow in complexity as the student gains hands-on experience. Both personal and business applications will be provided. CIS 112 Introduction to Computers 3 Class Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours The basic concepts of computer hardware and systems are presented as tools used to provide services and solve problems in businesses. Topics include: processing data, input/output, auxiliary files, data communications, system organization, and computer-related issues in business. CIS 114 Fundamentals of Computer Programming 4 Class Hours 6 Lab Hours 7 Quarter Credit Hours A study of the BASIC programming language will be used as the vehicle to introduce flowcharting, control structures, calculations, interactive programming techniques, and editing. Students will learn to write high-quality BASIC programs. Laboratory projects will grow in complexity as the student gains hands-on experience. Both personal and business applications will be provided. CIS 120 Advanced Computer Programming 4 Class Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: CIS 110 and CIS 111 A study of advanced topics in BASIC will be covered. Topics include: string handling, advanced input and output, subroutines, subscripted variables, and creating, editing, sorting, searching, and updating files. CIS 121 Advanced Computer Programming Lab 1 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: CIS 110 and CIS 111 The student will design and write programs to illustrate concepts covered in CIS 120. CIS 122 Computer Software Applications I 2 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 112 or ELS 115 Students are introduced to the concepts of word processing and spreadsheet manipulation. Topics include creating, saving, editing, and printing text files. Students will experience creating, editing, analyzing and graphing of numerical data. CIS 122 Computer Software Applications I On-line 2 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 112 or ELS 115 This is the on-line version of the CIS 122 Computer Applications I course. Much of the coursework is performed offcampus with three on-campus meetings required each quarter, the first day of class, mid-way, and the last day of class. Students are introduced to the concepts of word processing and spreadsheet manipulation. Topics include creating, saving, editing, and printing text files. Students will experience creating, editing, analyzing and graphing of numerical data. CIS 124 Advanced Computer Programming 4 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 6 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: CIS 114 or CIS 110 and CIS 111 A study of advanced topics in BASIC will be covered. Topics include: string handling, advanced input and output, subroutines, subscripted variables, and creating, editing, sorting, searching, and updating files. During lab time the student will design and write programs to illustrate learned concepts. 4

5 Course Descriptions (All Tracks) CIS 212 Computer Software Applications II 1 Class Hour 2 Lab Hours 2 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 112 Students will continue to build their experience with end-user software. This course will expose students to end-user tools for database work such as Microsoft Access or Lotus Approach. CIS 212 Computer Software Applications II On-line 1 Class Hour 2 Lab Hours 2 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 112 This is the online version of the CIS 212 Computer Applications II Course. Much of the coursework is performed offcampus with three on-campus meetings required each quarter, the first day of class, mid-way, and the last day of class. Students will continue to build their experience with end-user software. This course will expose students to end-user tools for database work such as Microsoft Access or Lotus Approach. CIS 222 Systems Analysis and Design 3 Class Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 112 An overall understanding of systems analysis skills and their application to industry are the key objectives of this course. The student learns the design of systems processing and controls, and develops skills to present the completed system to management CIS 223 Structured Applications Development 4 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: CIS 114 Students are provided with the tools to write and test simple COBOL programs. Instructions for coding a program to read, move, sort, and print data; instructions for arithmetic calculations and report writing; and additional features for input/output are covered. Students also learn to create, sort, generate reports, and update sequential masterfiles. Indexed sequential files are also covered in detail. CIS 233 Advanced Structured Applications Development Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 223 Students will learn to write programs in the Interactive COBOL environment, writing programs and subroutines to create, sort, generate reports, and update master files. Indexed sequential files will also be covered in depth. Students also apply the techniques learned in CIS 223 through laboratory projects. These exercises cover a variety of areas in business data processing. CIS 252 Operating Systems I 2 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Operating systems have become more powerful over time, and increasingly complex. Students in this course will gain expertise using current operating systems that they will be expected to use on the job. This course also discusses the history and theory of operating systems, and students will be assigned tasks on a current operating system such as Windows 95. CIS 253 Operating Systems 2 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Operating systems have become more powerful over time, and increasingly complex. Students in this course will gain expertise using current operating systems that they will be expected to use on the job. This course also discusses the history and theory of operating systems, and students will be assigned tasks on current operating systems. CIS 261 Operating Systems II 4 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 252 The study of operating systems will continue with an in-depth examination of a currently used operating system such as Windows 95 or Windows NT. 5

6 Course Descriptions (All Tracks) CIS 262 Introduction to Mail Servers 4 Class Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Study using the Internet will be used to develop student knowledge and competence in using the Internet for end-user purp oses such as research and transferring messages and data. Business and commercial uses of the Internet including electronic commerce will also be covered in the course. CIS 263 Database Application Design 2 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 212 This course introduces students to database structure and design. Topics including creating and querying tables, inner and outer table joins, aggregate functions, database views and indexes, and database administration will be covered, and class projects using a current database package such as Microsoft Access will be used to demonstrate these concepts. CIS 270 Intermediate Computer Programming 2 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: CIS 114 and CIS 112 or ELS 115 This course provides an introduction to programming languages using ANSI C, emphasizing portability and structured design. Thorough treatment is given to the topics of string and character manipulation, dynamic memory allocation, standard I/O, macro definition, the C runtime library, and ANSI C specifications. The course explains the use of aggregate structures, unions, and pointers allowing students to practice extensively in the lab. CIS 275 Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals 3 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: CIS 270 This course is an introduction to object oriented programming using Visual Basic. The main goal is to enable the participant to create business applications with VB that utilize multi-tier application design strategy for maintainability and reusability. The hands-on exercises focus on solving commonly encountered business problems. It introduces the VB integrated development environment (IDE) and its wealth of development tools. Students will also learn to build effective user interfaces with VB controls, forms, and other GUI components. An introduction to OOP's programming techniques, integrating help files is also covered. CIS 285 Ethics and the IT Workplace 3 Class Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours This course will focus on the ethical and social implications of computer technologies. Students will discuss computing and human values as they deal with pressing ethical issues arising from the development and deployment of computers in society. CIS 295 Externship 20 Field Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: successful completion of CIS Quarters I through V The student will gain practical experience through work experience at a local company within an Information Technology department or industry. The student will use the knowledge through previous coursework in his/her technology to work in an entry-level position within a programming or networking environment. NET 132 Introduction to Novell LAN Administration I 3 Class Hours 6 Lab Hours 6 Quarter Credit Hours The student will prepare to become eligible to take the exam for CNA certification by studying microcomputer concepts for NetWare Users, DOS for NetWare Users, Windows, and NetWare Administration. 6

7 Course Descriptions (All Tracks) NET 214 Introduction to Novell LAN Administration II 3 Class Hours 6 Lab Hours 6 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: CIS 132 Students learn advanced administration skills such as tuning the network and server for better performance and managing complex tree structures. This course teaches how to oversee a complex NetWare networking environment, including Novell Directory Services (NDS), optimize the NetWare server, back up and restore NDS and file system information, provide appropriate TCP/IP functionality for workstations and servers, install and configure Web and FTP services. Students also learn how to install and configure a NetWare network, gaining hands-on experience augmenting previous work with NDS configurations. Scenarios for upgrading, migrating, and installing teach how to implement a different design of the NDS tree structure. NET 231 Introduction to Windows Server 2 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: NET 230 This course complements and augments instruction begun in NET230. Lab exercises offering students opportunities to install, monitor, administer Windows NT workstations are presented. NET 233 Introduction to Workstation Software 4 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Students are introduced to a desktop operating system. They perform the installation of the operating system as well as implementing and conducting the administration of resources, the implementation, management and troubleshooting of hardware devices and drivers, the monitoring and optimizing of system performance and reliability, and configuring and troubleshooting the desktop environment. NET 234 Introduction to Directory Services 3 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: NET 235 This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design a directory services infrastructure in an enterprise network. Strategies are presented to assist the student in identifying the information technology needs of an organization, and then designing a structure that meets those needs. NET 235 Installing, Configuring and Administering Servers 3 Class Hours 3 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: NET 233 Students will learn to install a network server. They perform the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of access to resources, the configuration and troubleshooting of hardware devices and drivers, the management, monitoring and optimizing of system performance, reliability and availability, and the managing, configuring and troubleshooting of storage use. NET 240 Internetworking Principles 4 Class Hours 5 Lab Hours 6 Quarter Credit Hours This course introduces students to concepts such as the seven layers of the OSI model, network addressing, data encapsulation and the TCP/IP protocols. NET 250 Data Communications 4 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours This course is an introduction to the many aspects of data communications. Topics include: the principles of operation of various hardware components, system configuration, communication protocols, and software control. Also included in an introduction to common network services, transmission media and media connections, network protocols, protocol stack models, and an in-depth discussion of each layer of the OSI model. 7

8 Questions and Answers (All Tracks) 1. When do my classes meet? Day Classes: technical classes normally meet for three hours a day five days a week. Classes normally begin in the early morning (7:45), late morning (usually 11:25), or mid afternoon. A technical time slot may vary from quarter to quarter. Evening Classes: technical classes meet on the average of three nights a week, although there may be times when they will meet four nights a week. Classes normally begin at 5:45. IN ADDITION, to achieve your associate degree, you will take a total of approximately eight liberal arts courses, which will be scheduled around your technical schedule over the course of your entire program. Each liberal arts course meets approximately four hours per week. Liberal arts courses are offered days, evenings, and Saturdays. At the beginning of each quarter you will receive a detailed schedule giving the exact time of all your classes. 2. How large will my classes be? The average size for a class is about 20 to 25 students; however, larger and smaller classes occur from time to time. 3. How much time will I spend in lab? Almost half of the time in your technical courses consists of laboratory work. In order for you to get the most out of your laboratory experiences, you will first receive a thorough explanation of the theory behind your lab work. 4. Where do my classes meet? You should be prepared to attend classes at any of NEIT s classroom facilities: either on Access Road or at the Post Road campus. 5. I have not earned my high school diploma or GED: can I enroll in an associate degree program? If you are beyond the age of compulsory school attendance, your admissions officer will set up an appointment for you at the New England Tech Academic Skills Center (ASC). ASC staff will administer a standardized test approved by the federal government for determining a student s ability to benefit from a program. If you pass the test, you may enroll in an associate degree program. To enter a bachelor degree program, you need to have completed an associate degree or the equivalent. 6. How long should it take me to complete my program? To complete your degree requirements in the shortest possible time, you should take the courses outlined in the prescribed curriculum. For a typical six-quarter curriculum, a student may complete the requirements in as little as 18 months. To complete all your degree requirements in the shortest time, you should take at least one liberal arts course each quarter. Students who need more time to complete their curriculum may postpone some of the liberal arts courses until after the completion of the technical requirements. Students are provided up to two additional quarters of study to complete the liberal arts requirements without any additional tuition assessment. During these additional quarters of study, students are required to pay all applicable fees. Students may also elect to complete some of their liberal arts requirements during Intersession, a special five-week term scheduled between the Spring and Summer Quarters. Students will not be assessed any additional tuition for liberal arts courses taken during the Intersession. 8

9 Questions and Answers (All Tracks) Students wishing to extend the number of quarters needed to complete the required technical courses in their curriculum will be assessed additional tuition and fees. 7. How many credits do I need to acquire my financial aid? In order to be eligible for the maximum financial aid award, you need to maintain at least 12 credits per academic quarter. 8. What does my program cost? The cost of your program will be as outlined in your enrollment agreement, along with your cost for books and other course materials. Students who decide to take more quarters than the enrollment agreement describes to complete the technical courses in their curriculum will be subject to additional fees and possible additional tuition costs. Students who require prerequisite courses will incur additional tuition and fees above those outlined in their enrollment agreement. If a student elects to take a course(s) outside of the prescribed curriculum, additional tuition and fees will be assessed. Remember, students who withdraw and re -enter, one time only, pay the tuition rate that was in effect for them at the time of their last day of attendance for up to one year from their last day of attendance. Second re-entrees and beyond pay the tuition rate in effect at the time they re -enter. The most economical way for you to complete your college degree is to begin your program now and continue your studies straight through for the six quarters necessary to complete your degree requirements. 9. Is NEIT accredited? NEIT is accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC s) Commission on Technical and Career Institutions. Accreditation by NEASC is recognized by the federal government and entitles NEIT to participate in federal financial aid programs. Some academic departments have specialized professional accreditations in addition to accreditation by NEASC. For more information on accreditation, see NEIT s catalog. 10. Can I transfer the credits that I earn at NEIT to another college? The transferability of a course is always up to the institution to which the student is transferring. Students interested in the transferability of their credits should contact the Office of Teaching and Learning for further information. 11. Can I transfer credits earned at another college to NEIT? Transfer credit for appropriate courses taken at an accredited institution will be considered for courses in which the student has earned "C" or above. An official transcript from the other institution must be received before the end of the first week of the quarter for transfer credit to be granted for courses to be taken during that quarter. Students will receive a tuition reduction for the approved technical courses based on the program rate and will be applied against the final technical quarter's tuition amount. No tuition credit is provided for courses which are not a part of the technical curriculum. 12. What kind of employment assistance does NEIT offer? The Office of Career Services assists NEIT students and graduates in all aspects of the job search, including resume writing, interviewing skills, and the development of a job search strategy. Upon completion of their program, students may submit a resume to be circulated to employers for technical employment opportunities. Employers regularly contact us about our graduates. In addition, our Office of Career Services contacts employers to develop job leads. A strong relationship with employers exists as a result of our training students to meet the needs of industry for over fifty years. No school can, and NEIT does not, guarantee to its graduates employment or a specific starting salary. 9

10 Questions and Answers (All Tracks) 13. Where will job opportunities exist? Graduates have obtained employment in the local area. However, one of the most exciting aspects of this technology is the ability to look nationally for employment opportunities. 14. What kind of jobs will I be qualified to look for? Generally jobs will exist in the entry-level positions in the computer industry. Data entry, computer operator, entry-level programmer, computer technician, database specialist or computer librarian are just some of the job choices available to a graduate with an associate degree. Upon completion of a bachelor's degree at NEIT, positions on the management level become attainable. 15. What is NEAP? NEIT is proud to be a NEAP, Novell Education Academic Partner. We are honored to be an approved training center for Novell. This agreement allows NEIT to offer authorized Novell training courses to our matriculating students. 16. What is Novell? Novell, Inc. is a company responsible for NetWare, the most popular networking software on the market today. Approximately 75% of the local area networks internationally are Novell networks. Networks allow computers to "talk" to one another. They become the "roads" of the Information Highway. 17. What is a CNA? Novell offers training courses to maintain and administer their local area networks. These courses are offered to NEIT Associate Degree students. The objective of these courses is to acquire the mastery of DOS commands, the Windows environment to maintain the PC hardware and software (NetWare) required of the Novell network. A student completing these courses is eligible to take the required tests for Novell certification as a Certified NetWare Administrator (CNA). 18. Am I automatically a CNA when I complete the coursework at NEIT? No. Upon completion of the coursework, students are eligible to pursue certification as a CNA. Tests for certification are given locally. However, a student may apply for positions as a computer network administrator without the CNA certification. 19. What is a CNE? Novell offers courses to install, configure, service, and support Novell networks. These courses are offered to CIS Bachelor Degree students who have successfully NET132, Introduction to Novell LAN Administration I. The objective of these courses is to demonstrate the skills needed to install, maintain, and update a Novell network. A student completing these courses is eligible to take the required tests for Novell certification as a Certified NetWare Engineer (CNE). 20. Am I automatically a CNE when I complete the coursework at NEIT? No. Upon completion of the coursework, students are eligible to pursue certification as a CNE. Tests for certification are given locally. However, a student may apply for positions as a network engineer without the CNE certification. 21. What is AATP? NEIT is proud to be a Microsoft Authorized Academic Training Partner (AATP). This agreement allows NEIT to offer authorized Microsoft training courses to our matriculating students. 10

11 Questions and Answers (All Tracks) 22. What is a MCP? Microsoft offers training courses to maintain and administer Microsoft local area networks. These courses are offered to NEIT Associate Degree students. The objective of these courses is to acquire the mastery of DOS commands, the Windows environment to maintain the PC hardware and software (Microsoft) required of the Windows 2000 network. A student completing these courses is eligible to take the required tests for Microsoft certification as a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). 23. Am I automatically an MCP when I complete the coursework at NEIT? No. Upon completion of the coursework, students are eligible to pursue certification as an MCP. Tests for certification are given locally. However, a student may apply for positions as a computer network administrator without the MCP certification. 24. What is a MCSE? Microsoft offers courses to install, configure, service, and support Microsoft networks. These courses are offered to CIS Bachelor Degree students who have successfully completed NET233, Introduction to Workstation Software. The objective of these courses is to demonstrate the skills needed to install, maintain, and update a Microsoft Windows 2000 network. A student completing these courses is eligible to take the required tests for Microsoft certification as a Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE). 25. Am I automatically an MCSE when I complete the coursework at NEIT? No. Upon completion of the coursework, students are eligible to pursue certification as an MCSE. Tests for certification are given locally. However, a student may apply for positions as a network engineer without the MCSE certification. 26. What is a Cisco Local Academy? NEIT is proud to be a Cisco Local Academy. This agreement allows NEIT to offer authorized Cisco training courses to our matriculating students. 27. What is a CCNA? Cisco offers training courses to maintain and administer their local area networks. These courses are offered to NEIT Associate Degree students. The objective of these courses is to acquire the mastery of installing, configuring, and operating simple-routed LAN, routed WAN, and switched LAN networks. A student completing these courses is eligible to take the required tests for Microsoft certification as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). 28. Am I automatically a CCNA when I complete the coursework at NEIT? No. Upon completion of the coursework, students are eligible to pursue certification as a CCNA. Tests for certification are given locally. However, a student may apply for positions as a computer network administrator without the CCNA certification. A college representative has reviewed all of the above material with me and I have received a copy. Signature: Date: (Rev. 8/31/01 SC) 11

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