Information Technology and Security, AAS

The Information Technology and Security program deals with the application of computers, networks and security to business problems. The program provides in-depth study of the use of computer applications, systems design and analysis, and the application of the computer as a functional tool within an organization and techniques and tools that can be used to keep these assets safe.

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to

  • Configure, use, apply security and troubleshoot desktop and network operating systems;
  • Apply network theory and security principles;
  • Use computer and network hardware and apply troubleshooting techniques;
  • Explain and use virtualization and cloud services; and
  • Display the professionalism necessary for working successfully in information technology.


Fall Semesters



Spring Semesters


Total Credits: 66


1BMGT 205, CAPP 156, COMX 111, and M 105 can be taken either semester.
R Indicates Related Instruction requirement
*Indicates prerequisite and/or corequisite needed. Check course description.