Programs of Study

Computer Information Systems: Computer Support

Degree: AAS  |  Graduation Requirements: 61 credits

Program Summary:

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*
Composition I
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
Networking Essentials
Database Management
Internship in Computing or CPT
Elementary Statistics
Business Communications
Principles of Management
Computerized Accounting
Microsoft Excel
Course with PED prefix

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