Computer Support learn the skills necessary to effectively design and manage information systems in modern business. Courses concentrate on the alignment of information systems with the business decision-making process.
Students who graduate with a Computer Support AAS will be able to demonstrate an understanding of:
- Computer hardware: Components, purpose, relationships & integration
- Computer software: Usage, design, installation, management, configuration, debugging & file management
- Operating systems
- The fundamentals of algorithms
- Mathematical skills as applied to problem-solving & logic
- The fundamentals of database management
- The fundamentals of project management
- The fundamentals of accounting
- The fundamentals of business management
- The fundamentals of computerized business systems
Introduction to Computer Science
Logic and Problem Solving
A Liberal Arts elective*
MAT 1005, 1205, 1206, 1301 or higher
Office Management OR Human Resource Management
Computer Hardware and Software
Web Design and Development
Fundamentals of Speech OR Intercultural Communication
A course with a SCI prefix and lab
Fundamentals of Accounting OR Financial Accounting
Internship in Computing or CPT
Principles of Management
Course with PED prefix
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