INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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Workforce Development Degree

Program Description:
The Information Technology program at Tulsa Community College provides students with the skills needed to work in today’s rapidly changing Information technology environment. Students may earn an Associate in Applied Science degree in any of the following eight (8) options:

1) Business Application Professional
2) Information Technology
3) Mobile Computing Development
4) Networking and Cloud Computing
5) Programming
6) Systems Support Technician
7) Web Development
8) Website Management

Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science

 

For More Information Contact:
Business and Information Technology Division:
Metro: (918) 595-7039, Southeast: (918) 595-7639, West: (918) 595-8033
Business, Information, and Engineering Technologies Division:
Northeast: (918) 595-7439

 

General Education Requirements Credit Hours: 18

 

English 6 hours
*ENGL 1113 Composition I
and select one course from the following:
*ENGL 1213 Composition II
*ENGL 2333 Technical/Professional Writing
*ENGL 2343 Business Communication I

 

Mathematics 3 hours
BUSN 1353 Business Mathematics
*MATH 1513 College Algebra

 

Social Science 6 hours
POLS 1113 American Federal Government
and select one course from the following:
HIST 1483 U.S. History 1492 to Civil War Era
HIST 1493 U.S. History Civil War Era to Present

 

Speech 3 hours
SPCH 1113 Speech Communication I
SPCH 2103 Interpersonal Communication

 

Specialized Course Requirements Credit Hours: 42

 

Core Courses 15 hours

 

Business 3 hours
Select one course from the following:

BUSN 1053 Introduction to Business

MGMT 2363 Principles of Management

 

Computer Information Systems 12 hours
CSCI 1203 Computer Concepts and Applications
CSCI 1263 Network Fundamentals
*CSYS 1013 HTML and CSS
CSYS 1203 Introduction to Computer Programming

 

Select from any of the eight (8) degree options:

 

1) Business Application Professional Option 27 hours
The Business Application Professional program is designed
 to prepare business professionals and information managers 
with the diversity of computer technology and applications
 software skills needed (1) to complete business tasks and
 projects efficiently and profitably, (2) to collaborate and 
connect to vital business resources, (3) to use desktop 
applications with an executive focus, and (4) to prepare for 
the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist exams (MCAS).

 

Information Systems 15 hours*
CSCI 2013 Word
*CSCI 2033 Excel
*CSCI 2043 Access
*CSCI 2163 Windows Operating Systems
*CSCI 2483 PowerPoint/Multimedia

 

Controlled Electives 12 hours
Any 2000 level CSYS/CSCI/ITCV course
The following are highly recommended:
*CSYS 2323 Outlook
*CSYS 2343 Visual Basic for Applications

or
*CSCI 2283 Visual Basic
*CSCI 2983 Information Technology Internship
CSYS 1063 Digital Image Editing

 

2) Information Technology Option 27 hours
The Information Technology option seeks to provide maximum 
flexibility in designing a course curriculum through electives 
which meets the needs of students in the Information 
Technology field.


 

Select 27 credit hours from any CSCI, CSYS or ITCV 
courses.
 

3) Mobile Computing Development Option 27 hours
This program is designed to provide graduates with the depth
 and diversity of skills needed for employment in the field of 
mobile application development.
*CSCI 2473 C Language
*CSCI 2843 C++ Programming Language
*CSCI 2133 Introduction to Java
*CSYS 1793 Mobile Development - iPhone

*CSYS 2033 Scripting
*CSYS 2623 Mobile Development – Advanced iPhone
*CSYS 2793 Mobile Development - Android
*CSYS 2823 Mobile Development 
*CSYS 2843 Mobile Development - Capstone

 

4) Networking and Cloud Computing Option 27 hours
The Networking program is designed to provide skills needed to work in today’s changing IT network environment. Many
 of these courses help prepare students to take industry 
certification exams.
*CSCI 1483 Intro to UNIX (Linux)
*CSYS 2063 Windows Server Administration
*CSYS 2493 Principles of Information Assurance

*ITCV 1033 Introduction to Voice & Data Networking
*ITVC 2293 Cloud Computing
*ITCV 2023 Wireless Networking
*ITCV 2033 
Cisco/CCENT/ICND1
*ITCV 2203 Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching/CND2
*CSYS 2563 Enterprise Security

 

5) Programming Option 27 hours
The Programming option is designed to provide graduates
 with the logic and programming skills needed to design and
 create computer programs in a wide range of programming 
languages that satisfy the needs of business and industry.

 

Information Systems 24 hours
Select one of the following two courses:
*CSCI 1483 Introduction to UNIX (Linux)
*CSCI 2163 Windows Operating Systems

Select all of the following:
*CSCI 2133 Introduction to JAVA
CSCI 2283 Visual Basic
*CSCI 2473 C Language
*CSCI 2843 C++ Programming Language
*CSCI 2893 Advanced Visual Basic
*CSYS 2413 Advanced JAVA
*CSYS 2643 Database Design and SQL

 

Controlled Electives 3 hours

*CSCI 2683 Data Structures
*CSCI 2983 Information Technology Internship
*CSYS 2463 PHP Programming
*CSYS 2533 Java Server Pages 

6) Systems Support Technician Option 27 hours
This program is designed to provide graduates with the 
diversity of skills needed to troubleshoot and implement
 a course of action necessary to solve customer hardware,
 software, and networking problems.

Information Systems 18 hours
*CSCI 1273 Customer Support
*CSCI 1483 Introduction to UNIX (Linux)
*CSCI 2143 A+ IT Technician
*CSYS 2023 A+ Essentials
*CSYS 2063 Windows Server Administration
*CSYS 2493 Principles of Information Assurance

 

Controlled Electives 9 hours
*CSCI 2983 Information Technology Internship
*CSYS 2563 Enterprise Security
*ITCV 2023 Wireless Networking

*ITCV 2033 Cisco/CCENT/ICND1
*ITCV 2203 Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching/ICND2
*ITCV 2393 Cloud Computing

 

7) Web Development Option 27 hours
This program is designed to provide graduates with the 
knowledge required to assume the role of a Web application 
developer. Completion of this program will allow a student 
to create interactive website front ends using (X)HTML,
 JavaScript, and CSS and the student will be able to code server 
side components for delivering content to database driven
 websites and Web applications.

 

Information Systems 24 hours
*CSCI 2163 Windows Operating Systems
CSCI 2283 Visual Basic
*CSYS 2033 Scripting
*CSYS 2463 PHP Programming
*CSYS 2503 ASP.NET
*CSYS 2643 Database Design and SQL
*CSYS 2853 Ruby
*CSYS 2863 Rails 1

Controlled Electives 3 hours
*CSCI 1483 Introduction to UNIX (Linux)
*CSCI 2983 Information Technology Internship
*CSYS 1153 Adobe Dreamweaver
*CSYS 2873 Rails II

8) Website Management Option 27 hours
The Website Management option is designed to provide
 graduates with the skills needed to develop and promote 
a business through effective informational and e-business
 websites.
 

Information Systems 15 hours
*CSCI 1483 Introduction to Unix (Linux)
*CSYS 1063 Digital Image Editing
*CSYS 1393/MKTG 1393 Web Design and Marketing
*CSYS 1443/MKTG 1443 Electronic Commerce

*CSYS 2033 Scripting

Controlled Electives 12 hours
*CSCI 2163 Windows Operating Systems
*CSCI 2043 Access
*CSCI 2983 Information Technology Internship
MKTG 2423 Principles of Marketing
MKTG 2393 Advertising and Promotion Management
MGMT 2123 Leadership Development

Total Credit Hours 60
*Course has prerequisite (See course description section of catalog).

 

General education requirements can be found at: www.tulsacc.edu/gened.

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