Degrees and Certificates
Information Technology,Associate in Science
Object Oriented Programming with Java introduces students to programming using Java. This course introduces them to theories and concepts of computer programming, including loops, arrays, strings, input and output, data structures, structured programming, object oriented programming, event-driven programming, graphical user interfaces, and the use of variables.
Introduction to Programming introduces students to programming using current programming software. Providing an introduction to the theories and concepts of computer programming, the course includes loops, arrays, strings, data structures, input and output, structured programming, object oriented programming, event-driven programming, and the use of variables.
Network Servers and Security offers a basic introduction to Network Operating Systems, along with an intensive introduction to multi-user, multi-tasking network operating systems. The course addresses characteristics of the Linux and Windows 200X network operating systems. Students explore a variety of topics, including installation procedures, security issues, back-up procedures, and remote access.
Computer Security is a course in building safer networks. It identifies vulnerabilities, wireless problems, types of attacks and defenses, technological and personnel solutions to security problems, and encryption techniques, including public-key algorithms. It also prepares students for CompTIA's Security+ certification.
SQL Databases uses database tools as subsystems in more complete applications, including three-tier systems. Using Microsoft Access and MySQL, it instructs students about database creations for remote use with ODBC and SQL.