8.0 Technical Literacy

Students will develop the ability to:

  1. Demonstrate basic familiarity with hardware and software
  2. Use the Internet for research and communication
  3. Navigate an operating system
  4. Identify and apply appropriate software packages to solve real-world problems.

These courses fulfill General Competency Requirements

Courses

ART 151Digital Photography

1 credit

ART 240Introduction to Visual Communication

3 credits

ART 251Photography II: Digital

3 credits

ART 260Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 271Web Design I

3 credits

ART 276Multimedia Design

3 credits

ART 281Web Animation

3 credits

CAD 101Computer Aided Drafting

3 credits

CIS 110Basic Computing Skills

3 credits

CIS 111Introduction to Business Information Systems

3 credits

CIS 112Advanced Business Information Systems

3 credits

CIS 113Hospitality Management Information Systems

3 credits

CIS 120Programming: Logic, Design and Implementation

3 credits

CIS 121Operating Systems

3 credits

CIS 122Internet Developer

3 credits

CIS 123Object-Oriented Concepts

3 credits

CIS 128Introduction to Digital Audio Recording

3 credits

CIS 131Windows Server Administration I

3 credits

CIS 132Introduction to UNIX/Linux and Shell Programming

3 credits

CIS 133UNIX/Linux System Administration I

3 credits

CIS 134Networking Technologies

4 credits

CIS 150Oracle and SQL

3 credits

CIS 152Database Programming and Management with Access

3 credits

CIS 155Introduction to C++ Programming

3 credits

CIS 156Visual Basic

3 credits

CIS 157Object-Oriented JAVA Programming I

4 credits

CIS 158Introduction to Procedural Programming

4 credits

CIS 159MySQL and PHP

3 credits

CIS 160The Microcomputer Environment

3 credits

CIS 161Database Design

3 credits

CIS 162Applications for Web Development

3 credits

CIS 231Windows Server Administration II

3 credits

CIS 232Unix/Linux System Administration II

3 credits

CIS 233Routing and Router Configuration

3 credits

CIS 250Interactive Websites

3 credits

CIS 255C++ Object Oriented Programming

3 credits

CIS 256Advanced Visual Basic

3 credits

CIS 257Object-Oriented JAVA Programming II

4 credits

CIS 258Advanced Interactive Programming

3 credits

CIS 260Software Specification and Design

4 credits

CIS 261Introduction to Computer Systems

4 credits

CIS 262Computer Organization and Design

4 credits

CIS 270Systems Analysis and Design Seminar

3 credits

CIS 271Network Installation and Configuration Seminar

4 credits

CIS 272Program Development Seminar

3 credits

CIS 273Internet Seminar

3 credits

CIS 283Selected Topics in CIS

3 credits

CIT 121Information Technology Fluency I

3 credits

CIT 122Information Technology Fluency II

3 credits

CIT 131Business Creativity

3 credits

CIT 132Desktop Publishing

3 credits

CIT 133Electronic Publishing

3 credits

CIT 140Electronic Game Development I

3 credits

CIT 141Visual Concepts for Game Designers

3 credits

CIT 142Computer Game Level Building

3 credits

CIT 143Programming for Game Developers I

3 credits

CIT 150Network Security

3 credits

CIT 155Introduction of Computer Forensics

3 credits

CIT 231Introduction to Multimedia Development

3 credits

CIT 240Modding I

3 credits

CIT 241Electronic Game Development II

3 credits

CIT 242Programming for Game Developers II

3 credits

CIT 243Game and Sound Protection

3 credits

CIT 245Game Design on Paper

3 credits

CIT 246Modding II

3 credits

CIT 247Pre-Production Game Development

3 credits

CIT 248Data Structures in the Game Environment

3 credits

CIT 250Firewall Security

3 credits

CIT 251Operating Systems Security

3 credits

CIT Elective

3 credits

CIT 252Information Security and Disaster Recovery

3 credits

CIT 255Advanced Computer Forensics

4 credits

CIT 256File System Forensic Analysis

3 credits

CIT 260Topics in Game Programming

3 credits

CIT 261Fundamentals of Game Engine Design

3 credits

CIT 262Advanced Game Analysis

3 credits

CIT 270Seminar in Desktop Publishing, Imaging and Multimedia Design

3 credits

CIT 274Security Seminar

4 credits

CIT 275Computer Forensics Seminar

4 credits

CIT 276Game Production

4 credits

COM 157Television Production

3 credits

COM 159Video Field Production and Editing

3 credits

CSS 105Technology Tools for College Success

3 credits

EGR 103Computer Skills for Engineers and Technicians

3 credits

EGR 133Computer Configuration and Repair

4 credits

LGL 160Law Office Technology

3 credits

OFC 117Introduction to Microsoft Office

3 credits

THE 135Stagecraft (Fall)

2 credits

THE 136Stagecraft (Spring)

2 credits

DST 101 and DST 110 (Deaf Studies only)
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