The Associate Degree Program in Information Communication Technology will equip the students to develop the information technology skills they need to succeed in today's professional environment. It provides a solid foundation in areas of programming practices, development cycle, project specifications, web programming, data storage and the role of technology applications in business strategy.
The Associate Degree in Information Communication Technology is a focused degree which requires 66 credit hours of study. Students usually finish all of the audit requirements within 2 years or four academic semesters.
The Associate of Science Degree consists of:
- 27 credit hours from General Education
- 39 Information Communication Technology Core credit hours