This program of study is designed to provide students with foundation skills and knowledge in various technical areas (e.g., information technology, computer-aided drafting, electronics). In addition, this program is further designed to teach the student the necessary business skills and academic knowledge for entry-level management positions in a technical environment.
Upon completion of this program students should be able to demonstrate the ability to participate as a team member or to manage projects that:
Potential Job Position Titles
- Define and recommend solutions to information technology related problems encountered during normal operations of a small or mid-sized business entity using appropriate computing technologies.
- Analyze, design, construct, install, test, troubleshoot, and maintain a variety of computer systems and networks.
- Create and maintain high-level language programs in support of organizational needs.
- Communicate effectively to both individuals and groups, orally and in writing, using industry standard software (e.g., Microsoft Office).
- Think critically at a conceptual level and by using mathematical analysis as well as the scientific method; write and speak effectively; use basic computer applications; and understand human behavior in the context of the greater society in a culturally diverse world.
- Computer Software Engineer
- Computer Software Application Developer
- Computer Software Systems Engineer
- Network Systems Administrator
- Computer Systems Administrator
- Network Systems and Data Communications Analyst
- Database Administrator
- Computer Systems Analyst