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Information Systems Fundamentals

The Information Systems Fundamentals curriculum provides entry-level knowledge, skills and experience in the fields of database applications and computer programming. Creating and modifying basic Java applications; using the standard operating system and office applications software; applying current database development concepts for implementation and retrieval; and creating simple web pages are some of the critical work functions that will be addressed in the certificate.

Credits earned may be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Science and Information Technology/Computer Systems Technology concentration.

Courses in each level (Foundation and Core) must be completed prior to advancing to the next level. Where more than one course is offered within a level, courses may be taken in any sequence.

 

Foundation Course(s)
CSIT 1110 Introduction to Information Technology 4
Core Course(s)
CSIT 1510 Introduction to Programming Using Java 4
CSIT 1810 Introduction to Database Design 4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED: 12

 

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