Information Systems - AS

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    Program Contact: Dr. Y. Ken Wang


    How do you get your IT career started? IT professionals will tell you it's about having skills and being able to apply them to a business problem or situation. Our two-year program does just that! You'll get the hands-on skills necessary to be immediately productive in a business environment.

    You'll take computers and servers apart and rebuild them. You'll learn all about networking on our CISCO equipment.  You'll construct dynamic web sites and work with Microsoft's current product set including SQL Server and Visual Studio. Our faculty all have prior industry experience as well as their credentials and they'll help you find learning opportunities outside the classroom too.  Just ask them.

    When you've completed the program, you'll be ready for the real IT world. Of course, you can go even further if you want and open the door to more possibilities.  On completion of our two year program, you can seamlessly move on and complete the  B.S in Computer Information Systems and Technology. Check that out too.

    What can you do with a degree in Information Systems. Suggested 2-year plan of study.

    Course Requirements in Major - 30 credit hours

    Other Required Courses - 12 credit hours

    Six courses over the four human experience areas with at least one course in each area, and at least one course must be a physical or life science with laboratory.  ECON 0102 and ART 0103 are two suggested electives.

    Suggested Course of Study AS in Information Systems

    Total Credits for Major:  60


    Additional Information:

    For those who intend to pursue the four year degree in Computer Information Systems and Technology

    We recommend that the student take the following:

    ASIS students can access the Pitt-Bradford  Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance software  here.  Please see your instructor to gain access to this site.