2022-2023 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
    Oct 07, 2022  
2022-2023 Catalog and Student Handbook

Computing and Information Technology: Information Management-Software Analyst, CA


CODE: CITIMSA-CT     |     TOTAL CREDITS: 30     |     FINANCIAL AID ELIGIBILITY: Eligible


GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program are located at www.csn.edu/gainful-employment.


DESCRIPTION

This program teaches advanced technical skills for students and working professionals that have completed an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer and Information Technology. Concentration areas allow students to expand their skill in the specialty area of their choice. This certificate is also accepted as the third year of study at other institutions that articulate a joint Bachelor of Applied Science degree with the College of Southern Nevada.


COMPUTATION & HUMAN RELATIONS COMPONENTS

  • Computation: MATH 124 or MATH 124E or above
  • Human Relations: ET 301

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Student Learning Outcomes


  1. Develop system design specifications based on prescribed criteria.
  2. Code systems within the scope of concentration area.
  3. Debug systems within the scope of concentration area.
  4. Recommend hardware and/or software within scope of concentration area.
  5. Formulate advanced project management timetables and costs.
  6. Incorporate scalability and redundancy into system designs.

General Education Requirements


TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION CREDITS: 9


 

Mathematics (3 Credits)


NOTE: Your first college-level MATH course MUST be completed before reaching 30 total college-level credits.

  • or   or above
  • REMINDER: If a student does not place into the correct college-level MATH course, they are required to complete a preparatory or prerequisite course(s) or attempt to gain a higher score on the MATH placement exam. Such preparatory or prerequisite courses are not part of the degree, may delay degree completion, and will cause the student to complete more credits than the total listed on this degree.

Communications (3 Credits)