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CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)

Associate of Applied Science and Options

The Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) is designed around a core curriculum and three distinct options. The program’s core provides an introduction to computer concepts, software applications, operating systems, networking, database, computer servicing, internet, math, human relations, and writing.

The Associate of Applied Science degree option (AASO) prepares graduates for direct entry into the workforce with the option reflecting a specialization in the field such as Computer Aided Drafting, Networking and Cybersecurity, and Web Development.

  • Computer & Information Systems

    Computer & Information Systems - Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

    The Computer and Information Systems Associate of Applied Science is designed around a core curriculum and three distinct options. The program’s core provides an introduction to computer concepts, software applications, operating systems, networking, database, computer servicing, internet, math, human relations, and writing. Graduates work in information technology for a wide variety of commercial businesses, education, federal/state/local governments, e-commerce, publishing, and real estate. Careers typically include positions such as technician/customer support, network administrator, web developer, draftsperson, database administrator, systems administrator, and related managerial and administrative roles.

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    Computer & Information Systems - Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

  • Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)

    Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) - Associate of Applied Science Option (AASO)

    The Computer Aided Drafting Associate of Applied Science Option prepares students for entry-level employment in the drafting field. The program also integrates focused computer information systems skills in networking, web development, and hardware. Together, these courses provide a foundation for design, software use, and computer management.

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    Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) - Associate of Applied Science Option (AASO)

  • Networking and Cybersecurity

    Networking and Cybersecurity - Associate of Applied Science Option (AASO)

    The Networking and Cybersecurity option prepares students for entry-level positions in network administration and network security. Students who have completed the option will have the ability to design, create, manage, secure, and maintain computer networks for small businesses. Courses cover both hardware and software and closely follow major industry certification requirements.

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  • Web Development

    Web Development - Associate of Applied Science Option (AASO)

    The Web Development option prepares students for a career as a web developer or website administrator. These professionals are responsible for creating standards-based websites and web/database applications. In addition to programming skills in common markup, scripting, and SQL languages, these professions require project management and communication skills.

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    Web Development - Associate of Applied Science Option (AASO)

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One-Year Certificates of Completion (CC1)

One-Year Certificates of Completion are designed to provide foundational skills in computer concepts, software applications, networking, and the internet. Students can apply all certificate course credits to the Associate of Applied Science in Computer and Information Systems.

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Career Pathway Certificate of Completion (CPCC)

The Cybersecurity Career Pathway Certificate of Completion extends knowledge and skills beyond entry-level computer networking and administration.

  • Cybersecurity

    The Cybersecurity Career Pathway Certificate of Completion extends knowledge and skills beyond entry-level computer networking and administration. Students will learn concepts and techniques essential for securing data and networks in both a vendor-neutral and Cisco environment.

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    Cybersecurity - Career Pathway Certificate of Completion (CPCC)

 

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TRANSFER

Computer Science -Associate of Science Oregon Transfer (ASOT)

The Associate of Science Oregon Transfer with a focus in computer science meets lower-division general education requirements of baccalaureate degree programs of any Oregon public university and provides junior status for registration purposes.

  • Computer Science - Associate of Science Oregon Transfer

    The Associate of Science Oregon Transfer with a focus in computer science meets lower-division general education requirements of baccalaureate degree programs of any Oregon public university and provides junior status for registration purposes.

    The focus area was created through collaboration between members of the Oregon Council of Computer Chairs, which includes Oregon community college faculty/administrators and Oregon public university computer science chairs/faculty. The degree provides general guidelines for a computer science major. However, GPA and course requirements are not guaranteed to have been satisfied with this degree. Students are encouraged to refer to the catalog of the specific institution to which they plan to transfer to ensure accuracy of academic planning. Students are also encouraged to contact an adviser at the transfer school as soon as possible.

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    Computer Science - Associate of Science Oregon Transfer (ASOT)

Oregon Public Universities
Each Oregon public university will have unique requirements for its bachelor's degree program. Be sure to check specific requirements at the university you plan to transfer to.

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