Associate of Applied Sciences in Information Technology
The A.A.S. in Information Technology offers foundational understanding of computer science and IT fundamentals. Students will gain a breadth of knowledge on several key topics in advanced mathematics, website development, networking and security, and database design.
The Associate’s program consists of 60 credit hours.
In addition to general education courses, the following courses comprise the core curriculum:
|Total Program Credit Hours||60|
Area F: Lower Division Major Requirements (6 courses)
|ITFN 1101 Foundations of Information Technology||3|
|ITFN 1201 Foundations of Database Design||3|
|CSCI1301** Computer Science I||3|
|CSCI1302** Computer Science II||3|
|ITFN 2214 Web Application Development||3|
|MATH 1231 Introductory Statistics; or MATH 1401 Introduction to Statistics (eCore); or MATH 2020 Introductory Discrete Mathematics; or MATH 2502 Calculus II; or WBIT 2300 Discrete Mathematics for IT||3|
Lower Division Major Requirements – IT Foundations (7 Courses)
|ITFN 1401 Foundations of Webmaster||3|
|ITFN 1502 Foundations of Networking and Security||3|
|ITFN 2512 Intermediate Networking and Security||3|
Free Electives (3-4 courses)
|* COMM 1001 & 1002 recommended for students who have not fulfilled Area B2 requirements. ** Programming options are CSCI 1301/1302 or ITFN 1303/2313 or WBIT 1310/2311.||10|
Other Program-Specific Graduation Requirements: AASIT students must earn a grade of C or better (or K) in the following courses:
|All IT courses (i.e., courses with ITDB, ITFN, ITNW, ITMM, and WBIT prefixes)|
|All CS courses (i.e., courses with CSCI prefix)|
|ENGL 1101 & 1102; CRIT 1101|
|All MATH courses applied toward the degree, including WBIT 2300 (Discrete Math for IT)|
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Students are accepted into the program three times a year in the Fall, Spring and Summer terms.
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