The Associate in Science in Advanced Information Systems prepares students transferring to a CSU in Information Technology-Information Systems (IT IS). The required classes represent the normal undergraduate core for transfer to the CSU. Graduates from a CSU have a wide range of career options including: business, industry, teaching, research, and agriculture. They work in multiple specialty areas including: business application developers, business analysts, database designers, web and E-Commerce developers and administrators, webmasters, wireless and mobile application developers, network and security specialists, network administrators, social media specialists, and information systems consultants
Program Learning Outcomes: By the completion of the degree the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of a broad business and real world perspective of information technology.; apply knowledge of data design and data management principles demonstrate knowledge of basic programming principles; demonstrate the ability to select, implement and evaluate appropriate problem solving techniques and tools; design effective and usable IT-based solutions and integrate those components into the user environment; communicate effectively and efficiently with clients, users and peers both verbally and in writing, using appropriate terminology.
Students must earn a “C” or better in all courses required for the major. A “P” (Pass) grade is not an acceptable grade for courses in the major.
Required core courses (13 units)
|INFS P110 - Information & Communication Technology Essentials||4 units|
|INFS P100 - Business Information Systems||3 units|
|INFS P113 - Introduction to Programming Concepts and Methodologies||3 units|
|INFS P220 - Data Communications and Networking||3 units|
List A: Select 6 units or 2 courses from the following:
|INFS P210 - Systems Analysis and Design||3 units|
|BSAD P132 - Business Communications||3 units|
|INFS P164 - Introduction to Cybersecurity: Ethical Hacking||3 units|
|INFS P180 - Introduction to Database Management Systems||3 units|
List B: Select 3 units or 1 course from the following:
|BSAD P155 - Business Statistics||3 units|
General Education: In addition to completing the major requirements, students must also complete one general education pattern:
1. PC General Education Pattern
2. IGETC Pattern
3. CSU General Education Pattern
Electives as needed to complete the 60 minimum units to complete the degree.
Effective Summer 2017.
|JSC||Job Skills Certificate|
|CA||Certificate of Achievement|
|AA||Associate in Arts Degree|
|AS||Associate in Science Degree|
|AA-T||Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree|
|AS-T||Associate in Science for Transfer Degree|