Computer and Information Technology - AAS: Programming Track
The Programming Track prepares you to design, develop, and maintain computer programs written in current and emerging programming languages. This track prepares you for employment in entry-level positions in computer programming.
(60-62 total credit hours)
|CIT 105 Introduction to Computers||3||All|
|MAT 150 Statistics and Algebra (or another advisor-approved Quantitative Reasoning course)||3||All|
|Social/Behavioral Science General Education course (or CIT 111 Computer Hardware and Software if prior IT experience)||3-4||All|
|ENG 101 Writing I||3||All|
|CIT 111 Computer Hardware and Software (or Social/Behavioral Science General Education course)||3-4||All|
|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|
|Heritage/Humanities General Education course||3||All|
|CIT 149 Java I (pre-req CIT 120)||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 227 Introduction to UNIX/Linux Administration||3||Fall/Spring|
|CIT 155 Web Page Development (pre-req CIT 105)||3||Fall|
|CIT 171 SQL I (pre-req CIT 120 and CIT 170)||3||Fall/Spring|
|CIT 249 Java II (pre-req CIT 149)||3||Fall|
|Natural Science General Education course||3||All|
|CIT 144 Python I (pre-req CIT 120)||3||Fall/Spring|
|CIT 238 Android Programming I (or any level II Programming Language course) (pre-req CIT 149 or INF 120)||3||Online|
|CIT 253 Data Driven Web Pages: Topic (pre-req CIT 149 and CIT 155 and CIT 170)||3||Spring/Online|
|CIT 293 CIT Employability Studies or CIT 290 Internship||1-3||Fall/Spring|
- Consent of Instructor may be used in place of the prerequisite for a course.
- 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.