The Information System and Technology AS Degree prepares students for employment and transfer to a four-year university. The degree program consists of 60 units, with 33 in CIT major core. The rest of the units are general education courses selected based on student transfer plan. Based on full-time enrollment of 15 or more units per semester, students are expected to complete the degree within two years.
|Year one||Year two|
|Course||Course Title||Annual # of Section||Annual Enrollment Total||Annual # Sections||Annual Enrollment Total|
|Computer Literacy||CIT 101||47||1020||47||1020|
|Business and Economic Statistics||ECON 208||3||90||3||90|
|Computer Programming, |
Programming with Java4,
Introduction to C-Sharp
|CS 120 |
|2 (EACH COURSE)||60 (EACH COURSE)||2 (EACH COURSE)||60 (EACH COURSE)|
|Specific Applications||CIT 116, CIT 215, CIT 140, CIT 160||6 (Each Course)||180 (EACH COURSE)||6||180 (EACH COURSE)|
|Management Information Systems||CIT 232||4||120||4||120|
|Quantitative Analysis||Econ 208, Math 102, Math 108, Math 151||4 (EACH COURSE)||140 (each course||4(EACH COURSE)||140 (each course)|
To graduate with a specialization in Information Systems and Technology students must complete the following required courses plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate Degree (minimum 60-semester units). The A.S. Degree in Information Systems and Technology is designed to prepare students who wish to pursue a Bachelor Degree from a four-year institution.
Candidates for this degree will complete a total of 60 units. Thirty-three of the Semester units is CIT core and additional math course intended to develop student computational skills for the major. The rest of the Units are General Education courses carefully selected by the student with the help of their transfer counselor based on student transfer plan.
(Y1 or S1)
|CIT 101||Intro to Computer Literacy||3||Y1|
|CIT 116||Database Management: Access||3||Y1|
|BUSAD 210||Business Law||3||Y1|
|Business and Economic Statistics|
Introduction to Probability and Statistics
|CIT 140||Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design||3||Y1|
|CIT 160||Introduction to Information Systems Security||3||Y1|
|CIT 215||Database Management Systems||3||Y2|
|CIT 232||Computer Network Fundamentals||3||Y2|
|CS 120||Introduction to Visual Basic.NET||4||Y2|
|Programming with Java|
Introduction to C-Sharp
Diann Thursby · 04/11/19
Received regional recommendation at 4-8-2019 IEDRC Deans Meeting.