Associate of Applied Science
Students earning an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Systems Technology gain the information technology, business, and project management skills needed to enter this growing field. Students will learn the latest version of Microsoft Windows Operating System as well as routing and switching technology using Cisco equipment. Computer Systems Technology program graduates gain the technical competence to obtain system administrator or technician positions in the networking and computer systems field. The program also provides the fundamentals needed for professional or educational advancement.
- Computer Systems Technology (AAS) Degree Requirements 2017-18
- Career Pathway Sheet
- Degree Planning Sheet
Students will learn:
- Computer Design and System Architecture
- Operation of Specific Applications
- Troubleshooting Techniques
- Business Fundamentals
Occupational Endorsement Certificate
The following is important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of student who attended this program.
Date Created 6/16/2017
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