The Information Technology Model Curriculum will provide students with proficiency in the areas computer hardware and software troubleshooting, system configuration, practical networking and security, customer service, user support, business retail practices.
The Certificate Program Learning Outcomes are:
• Providing user and system support with technical problems.
• Troubleshoot computer hardware and software issues.
• Configure network appliances and maintain network infrastructure in organization environment.
• Perform security assessment on business information systems to provide recommendations for future improvement.
50 to 100 students
The goal of this program is to increase diversity in the technical workforce by providing an education platform for entry-level Information Technology support specialists, network technician, infrastructure support, and network security specialist. This program aims to develop quality and quantity of technical professionals to fulfill business needs and generate greater economic impact in the greater Inland Empire region.
Students will gain soft and technical skills necessary to become entry-level Information Technology support specialists, network technician, infrastructure support, and network security specialist in a business environment.
(Y1 or S1)
|CIS-1A|| Introduction to Computer Information Systems||3||S1|
|CIS-5 ||Programming Concepts and Methodology I: C++||3||S1|
|CIS-25 ||Information and Communication Technology Essentials||3||S1|
|CIS-27 ||Information Network Security||3||S1|
|CIS-32A ||Computer Network Fundamentals||3||S1|
|CIS-32B ||Routing and Switching Essentials||3||S1|
MAT-12 Requisite of MAT-12 is MAT-35, which is not part of this certificate.
Diann Thursby · 11/08/18
Received regional recommendation at 11-5-18 IEDRC Deans Meeting.