Computer and Information Technology - AAS: Network Administration Track | GCTC

Computer and Information Technology - AAS: Network Administration Track

(63 total credit hours)

Recommended Semester 1
Courses Credits Grade Offered
CIT 105 Introduction to Computers 3   All
MAT 150 College Algebra (or another advisor-approved Quantitative Reasoning course) 3   All
Recommended Semester 2
Courses Credits Grade Offered
CIT 111 Computer Hardware and Software (pre-req CIT 105)  4   Fall/Spring
CIT 120 Computational Thinking(pre-req MAT 85 or higher level Quantitative Reasoning course) 3   Fall/Spring
CIT 160 Intro to Networking Concepts (pre-req or co-req CIT 111)  4   Fall/Spring
ENG 101 Writing I 3   All
Social/Behavioral Science General Education course 3   All
Recommended Semester 3
Courses Credits Grade Offered
CIT 149 Java I (pre-req CIT 120 or Consent of Instructor) 3   Fall/Spring
CIT 170 Database Design Fundamentals (pre-req (CIT 105 and MAT 126) or higher level CIT course)  3   Fall/Spring
CIT 180 Security Fundamentals (pre-req CIT 160)  3   Fall/Spring
CIT 217 UNIX/Linux Administration (pre-req CIT 111 and CIT 160)  3   Fall/Spring
Recommended Semester 4
Courses Credits Grade Offered
CIT 171 SQL I (pre-req CIT 120 and CIT 170) 3   Fall/Spring
CIT 182 Perimeter Defense (pre-req CIT 180)  3   Fall/Spring
CIT 261 Microsoft Active Directory Services (pre-req CIT 111 and CIT 160)  3   Fall/Spring
CIT 213 Microsoft Client Configuration (pre-req CIT 111 and CIT 160)  3   Fall/Spring
Natural Science General Education course 3   All
Recommended Semester 5
Courses Credits Grade Offered
CIT 184 Attacks and Exploits (pre-req CIT 180)  3   Fall/Spring
CIT 264 Microsoft Server Management (pre-req CIT 262) 3   Spring
CIT 262 Microsoft Server Infrastructure (pre-req CIT 111 and CIT 160) 3   Spring
CIT 293 Employability Studies (Sophomore only) 1   Fall/Spring
Heritage or Humanities General Education course 3   All

Notes

  • Progression in the program is contingent upon achievement of a grade C or greater in each CIT course and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative GPA or above (on a 4.0 scale).
  • At least 25 percent of the approved curriculum for any certificate, diploma or degree must be completed at the student’s home college.

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