Computer & Information Technologies
This program includes tracks & certificates with a core of courses common to all.
The core includes a general education component essential to a collegiate education
and a technical component giving students an introduction to information systems,
computer applications, program development, system maintenance, networking, security,
Internet technologies, database design, and collaborative system development. In addition
to core courses, students take specialty courses for their selected track. -Students
graduating with a degree or certificate in Computer & Information Technologies may
only use a course with a grade of “C” or higher
(or a “Pass” for Pass/Fail courses) to fulfill a core or track graduation requirement.
The Computer & Information Technologies department does not accept non-Gen Ed courses older than 5 years from returning or transfer students without consent from the local program coordinator. Students may not use one course to fulfill multiple requirements.