Information Systems Technology

This degree prepares you for employment in a computer-related field.

This is a G3 program.  Students may qualify for free tuition, fees, and books.  

Information Systems Technology instructor


Associate of Applied Science Degree

Credit Hours


Program Information

Individuals seeking their first IT job or those presently working in the field who desire a promotion may benefit from this program. It is not intended for transfer to a four-year college or university. Both persons who are seeking their first employment or those presently in the field who are seeking promotion may benefit from this program. This curriculum is not intended for transfer to a four-year college.

Occupational Objectives: Career development for individuals seeking positions such as application specialist, technical trainer, desktop support technician, accounts receivable/ payable assistant or other positions related to the applications field.

Graduation Requirements

Students entering the Information Systems Technology degree program are required to take a Writing Intensive Course (WIC) in order to graduate.  The WIC course for this degree program is ITE 182.  ITE 182 has prerequisites of CSC 110, ITN 101, ETR 164, ITN 106, ETR 149, and ENG 112.  Students who are awarded transfer academic credit for this course from another institution may fulfill the WIC requirement for this degree program by completing another WIC.

Students in all degree programs are required to take at least one Civic Engagement (CE) course to graduate.