Computer Information Systems Program Outcomes

General

Students who successfully complete the Associates of Applied Science in Computer and Information Systems will be able to:

  • Identify and resolve IT problems.
  • Communicate effectively with peers, end-users and management about a broad spectrum of IT concepts.
  • Maintain currency in IT knowledge and skills through continuous education and research.
  • Apply best practices in the acquisition and use of hardware and software.
  • Design and secure networks for home and business.

Networking

Students who successfully complete the Associates of Applied Science: Networking Option will be able to:

  • Design, implement and maintain network infrastructures for businesses benefiting from both local and Internet technologies.
  • Successfully plan, execute, and manage the most current version of both the Windows server and Windows clients operating systems for small to mid-sized businesses.
  • Leverage Cisco technologies for use in routing, analyzing, and securing data over local, wide and wireless networks.

Web Development / Database

Students who successfully complete the Associates of Applied Science: Web Development / Database Option will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to identify the purpose, audience, and needs for a website/database solution.
  • Successfully design and create a database based on business requirements.
  • Demonstrate an ability to implement solutions using PHP, SQL, HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript.

Desktop Support

Students who successfully complete the Associates of Applied Science: Desktop Support option will be able to:

  • Proficiently install, upgrade, and troubleshoot desktop hardware, operating systems, and standard productivity software.
  • Use logical pathways and Internet resources to quickly troubleshoot software, hardware and connectivity issues.
  • Provide basic training to end-users in an effort to increase return on software investments.

Computer Aided Drafting

Students who successfully complete the Associates of Applied Science: Computer Aided Drafting option will be able to:

  • Integrate fundamental theoretical and conceptual considerations in design process and problem solving.
  • Present professional demeanor and attitude individually and collectively as a team member.
  • Recognize and follow professional protocol for industry standards appropriate to course level.
  • Demonstrate cogent oral, written, drafting and computational skills appropriate to the course content and course level.

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