The Associate of Science in Information Technology Management provides students with a comprehensive education in teamwork and leadership, networking and security, and information systems management. This curriculum includes hands-on experience in virtual environments that simulate real-world scenarios in installation, administration, and management of computer and network systems. This pathway includes preparation for industry-recognized certifications geared towards preparing students for a successful career in IT roles that are vital for building, protecting, and maintaining information and technology assets.
Based on 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 enrollment data, the estimated enrollment completer projection of students to earn the associate degree annually is 35 students.
The expanding field of Information Technology (IT) comprises various facets, including network administration and cybersecurity, telecommunications, computer support, computer science, software programming, and system analysis and design. Almost every company’s business strategy relies on the use of information systems in order to succeed and grow into the future. For this reason, San Diego City College’s Computer Information Systems Program offers a bridge between business, computer science, and information technology.
The Computer Information Systems program offers transfer and certification programs in the information system and information technology fields. These programs include computer literacy; application, web, and database programming; database administration; and a variety of vendor specific and vendor neutral industry-standard certification training. The roles of the various information system professionals are to design, implement, operate, and maintain a computer information system. These professionals also provide services in the networking areas such as systems engineers, systems administrators, security analysts, and network specialists.
Graduates of the program possess an applied knowledge of fields, such as web programming, system infrastructure, databases, networking, e-business, project management, data center management, security, and information assurance.
Students are to complete a total of 60 units including 30 units for General Education.
(Y1 or S1)
|BUSE 119||3||Y2, S1|
|CBTE 180||3||Y2, S2|
|INWT 100||4||Y1, S1|
|INWT 111||3||Y1, S2|
|INWT 112||3||Y1, S2|
|INWT 120||4||Y1, S1|
|INWT 125||3||Y1, S2|
|INWT 140||3||Y2, S1|
|INWT 145 (or)||4||Y2, S2|
|INWT 200||4||Y2, S2|