Computer Systems Professional Certificate (07073.CM)
School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
The Computer Technology and Information Systems AS degree prepares student to enter the fields of IT Support Specialist, Cybersecurity, System Administration or Networking Professional. Classes are focused on computer technology used to collect, record, organize and access data. Many career paths are available in this broad field.
A Certificate of Achievement will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of the 13 unit core with a minimum grade of a C (or P) in each course in the certificate and maintains a 2.0 GPA.
Program Learning Outcomes
A. Demonstrate competency in client computing and user support including the ability to configure, install, diagnose, and support hardware and software issues.
B. Demonstrate an ability to read and interpret technical information, as well as communicate with and write clearly for a wide ranges of audiences.
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Program Core: (13 Units)
CPSC-01 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
CTIS-08 Introduction to System Analysis and Design
CTIS-09 Cloud Computing Infrastructure and Services
CTIS-10 Introduction to Database Management Systems
Total: (13 Units)
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