The Computer Tech Basic Certificate offers students the opportunity to earn a credential
demonstrating basic competency in the area of computer information technology. The
certificate consists of a natural progression of classes that are required for the
Associate in Applied Science degree in Computer & Information Technologies. It gives
those who are unable, or don't need, to complete a degree a way of demonstrating their
level of computer proficiency. The Computer Tech Basic Certificate prepares students
for the CompTIA A+ and Net+ certification exams which are recognized by the computer
industry around the world.
11 Credit Hours
Upon completion of this program, the graduate can:
- Install, use, and maintain systems software and applications software.
- Analyze and implement simple applications.
- Resolve technical questions using existing documentation.
- Write end-user documentation using technical resources.
- Employ basic diagnostic tools to identify and solve hardware and software problems.
- Utilize logical, mathematical, and analytical skills to facilitate problem solving.
- Discuss ethical and legal issues in computing such as privacy, corporate property,
copyright, and security of software, hardware, and information.
- Use and use network applications.
- CIT 105 - Introduction to Computers
- CIT 111 - Computer Hardware and Software
Choose one of the following Level I Network Courses
- CIT 160 - Intro to Networking Concepts
- CIT 161 - Introduction to Networks
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