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    Computer and Information Science AAS Degree Program in IT/Networking & Security Management

    The security of computer networks will continue to increase in importance as more business is conducted over the Internet. The security of the nation's entire electronic infrastructure has come under renewed focus in light of recent threats. Organizations need to understand how their systems are vulnerable and how to protect their infrastructure and Internet sites from hackers, viruses, and other acts of cyber-terrorism. Student must be eligible for security clearances at the highest level.

    The Information Technology/Networking & Security Management major provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary for graduates to acquire entry-level training-related employment as a network security specialist in a variety of settings including:

    • Technical support and organization help desks
    • Management information systems departments
    • Internet service providers
    • Web service providers
    • Information technology solution providers

    Computer Electronics Technology AAS Degree Program in Computer Electronics Engineering Technology

    The explosion of computer use has created a high demand for specialists to provide advice to users, as well as day-to-day administration, maintenance, and support of computer systems and networks.

    This major offers instruction in the practical aspects of computer and network maintenance and repair with emphasis on logical troubleshooting techniques. Students are prepared for entry-level positions such as electronics technician, desktop support specialist, systems coordinator, and field technician.
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    Computer and Information Science AAS Degree Program in Accounting Administration

    As organizations continue to computerize their financial records, many Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks are using specialized accounting software on personal computers. The widespread use of computers has enabled Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks to take on additional responsibilities, such as payroll, procurement, and billing.

    Many of these functions require these clerks to write letters, make phone calls to customers or clients, and interact with colleagues. Therefore, good communication skills are becoming increasingly important in the occupation.

    This programs provides students with the essential knowledge and skills necessary for career-entry employment in the field of accounting. Students learn to operate in the Windows environment and process information using accounting software applications, spreadsheets, and word processing software applications. Manual and computerized case studies are used to emphasize accounting skills.
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    Computer and Information Science AAS Degree Program in Business Systems Administration

    Administrative services managers perform a broad range of duties in virtually every sector of the economy. They coordinate and direct support services to organizations as diverse as insurance companies, computer manufacturers, and government offices.

    These workers manage the many services that allow organizations to operate efficiently, such as information and data processing, printing and reproduction, records management, telecommunications management, and security.

    This program provides students with the computer hardware and software skills necessary for entry-level employment. Students are introduced to a variety of computer operating systems, computer software applications, and office procedures and practices.
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    Computer and Information Science AAS Degree Program in Criminal Justice Technology

    The Criminal Justice Technology program is designed to prepare students for entry-level careers in the legal and criminal justice law enforcement fields in: government, law enforcement agencies, juvenile justice, public and private agencies, homeland security, and corrections.

    The core courses will provide students who graduate from the program with the knowledge and skill of criminal justice theories, policies, and procedures and a background in information technology, intelligence gathering, computer evidence analysis, network security, and forensics.

    An externship will provide practical, hands-on field experience in a legal environment. Information technology courses will provide additional skills to support the theoretical aspect of criminology and investigations and will enhance graduate advancement in the career field. The curriculum also provides knowledge of general education that will further complement skills within the major.


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