(Christanna and John H. Daniel Campuses)
Degree: Associate of Applied Science
Length: Sixty-four credit hour program
Purpose: The Information Systems Technology degree with a Networking Specialization introduces students to Information Technology (IT) sectors such as hardware, software, networking, servers, information security, and computer installation, repair, troubleshooting, and support. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in a rapidly expanding field.
Occupational Objectives: Graduates of this curriculum may work as help desk specialists, PC repair/hardware troubleshooting technicians, network support personnel, server technicians, or data center technicians. In some cases, graduates will be able to immediately fill positions. In others, additional education, training, or industry certifications will be required to fill job roles.
Program Description: The Information Systems Technology curriculum with a networking specialization offers students an opportunity to prepare themselves for IT professional positions utilizing skills in networking fundamentals, network security, help desk, PC hardware troubleshooting, operating systems, and server administration. In addition, students will acquire skills using Microsoft Office application software.
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