Mar 28, 2023  
2020-2022 Catalog Volume XXX Ver 3 
2020-2022 Catalog Volume XXX Ver 3 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Technology, AS

The Associate of Science in Information Technology degree program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to critically plan, develop, implement, and manage information technology solutions in organizations to meet the needs of users, while understanding the importance of critical thinking, teamwork, and problem-solving.

Learning Outcomes

Through completion of the Associate of Science in Information Technology program, students will:

  1. Apply knowledge of computing requirements and mathematics for technology solutions in business applications.
    1. Apply knowledge of applications development.
    2. Develop scripts for information technology applications.
  2. Analyze a problem and identify the computing requirements for the appropriate solution. Plan, install, manage, and troubleshoot a computer network.
  3. Design and use spreadsheets and database applications for business processes and project tracking.
    1. Use spreadsheets for business applications and project tracking.
    2. Design a relational database using Microsoft Access.

The Associate of Science in Information Technology degree program is currently offered Online.

AS Information Technology Curriculum: 92.5 Credits

Area I - Core Curriculum: 44 Credits


Computer Literacy


  • Approved Humanities Elective Credits: 4.5


Personal Development


  • Approved Science Elective Credits: 4

Social Science

  • Approved Social Science Elective Credits: 4.5

Written Communication

Area II - Major Curriculum: 48.5 Credits

(A minimum grade of C is required in all major courses)