Associate of Science in Computer Information Technology – 2149

Career Pathway: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
Location(s): Courses for this program are offered at all BC locations.
Program Entrance Requirements: HS Diploma or GED
Program Description: The Computer Information Technology Associate in Science degree exposes students to applications programming, networking, systems administration, database management, information security, project management and web development. It is designed for students seeking the skills set needed to be successful in their careers in the field of information technology. Visit the program’s website for more information.

Build Your Education

  • IT Support Specialist
    (TC 1) 6337
  • Data Management & Analytics
    (TC 2) 6360
  • Computer Information Technology
    AS 2149
  • Bachelor of Applied Science

Data Management & Analysis Specialization – 2149A

Recommended Course Sequence

Part TimeCourse IDDescriptionCreditsTC 1TC 2
Term 1 ISM1000CSTEM IT Skills and Competencies3
COP1700CIntroduction to Database and MySQL3X
Term 2 COP2071C
SQL Fundamentals4X
 ENC1101Composition I3
Term 3 CGS1510CExcel Data Analysis3X
 STA2023Statistics (Recommended)3X
Term 4 CTS1133CA+ Comprehensive4X
 CIS1513CProject Management and Project+4X
Term 5 CTS1134CNetwork+4X
ISM3013CInformation Systems Management3
Term 6 CAP2760CIntro to Data Analytics 3X
 COP1000CIntroduction to Programming3X
Term 7 ISM2410CAnalyzing and Visualizing Data with Power Bi4X TC 2
ISM3139CAdvanced Data Visualization with Excel4
Term 8 EVR1001Environmental Science (Recommended)3
 PHI2010
or
 THE2000
Introduction to Philosophy
or
Theatre Appreciation (Recommended)
3
Term 9 ECO2013
or
 POS2041
Principles of Macroeconomics (Recommended)
Or
National Government
3
Elective*Math, Internship or IT Elective#3X TC 1
Total Program Credit Hours601820
  • IT Support Specialist
    (TC 1) 6337
  • Information Technology Analyst
    (TC 2) 6338
  • Computer Information Technology
    AS 2149
  • Bachelor of Applied Science

Information Technology Specialization – 2149B

Recommended Course Sequence

Part TimeCourse IDDescriptionCreditsTC 1TC 2
Term 1 ISM1000CSTEM IT Skills and Competencies3
 COP1000CIntroduction to Programming3XX
Term 2 ENC1101Composition I3
 CTS1133CA+ Comprehensive4XX
Term 3 CTS1134CNetwork+4XX
CTS2375CCloud+3X
Term 4 CIS1513CProject Management and Project+4XX
MATH*General Education Math*3
Term 5 CTS1111CLinux+4
 PHI2010
or
THE2000
Introduction to Philosophy
or
Theatre Appreciation (Recommended)
3
Term 6 COP1700CIntroduction to Database and MySQL3X
 CTS2120C
Security+4
Term 7 CTS2376C Managing MS Office 3653
CTS2377CEnabling Office 3654
Term 8 EVR1001Environmental Science (Recommended)3
 ECO2013
or
 POS2041
Principles of Macroeconomics (Recommended)
or
National Government
3
Term 9Elective*Math, Internship or IT Elective #3X TC 1X
 ISM3013CInformation Systems Management3X TC 2
Total Program Credit Hours601827
  • IT Support Specialist
    (TC 1) 6337
  • GIS Specialist
    (TC 2) 6340
  • Computer Information Technology
    AS 2149
  • Bachelor of Applied Science

Graphical Information Systems Specialization – 2149D

Recommended Course Sequence

Part TimeCourse IDDescriptionCreditsTC 1TC 2
Term 1 ISM1000CSTEM IT Skills and Competencies3
 COP1000CIntroduction to Programming3X
Term 2 ENC1101Composition I3
 CTS1133CA+ Comprehensive4X
Term 3 CGS1510CExcel Data Analysis3X
 CTS1134CNetwork+4X
Term 4 GIS1000Mapping3X
MATH*General Education Math*3
Term 5 GIS1040CIntroduction to GIS I3X
 PHI2010
or
 THE2000
Introduction to Philosophy
or
Theatre Appreciation (Recommended)
3
Term 6 CIS1513CProject Management and Project+4X
COP1700CIntroduction to Database and MySQL3X
Term 7 GIS1042CIntroduction to GIS II3X
 EVR1001Environmental Science (Recommended)3
Term 8 GIS1030Remote Sensing & Applications3
 ECO2013
or
 POS2041
Principles of Macroeconomics (Recommended)
Or
National Government
3
Term 9 GIS1047CApplications for GIS3X
Elective*Math, Internship or IT Elective #3X TC 1
 ISM3013CInformation Systems Management3X TC 2
Total Program Credit Hours601821
  • IT Support Specialist
    (TC 1) 6337
  • Entrepreneurship
    (TC 2) 6311
  • Computer Information Technology
    AS 2149
  • Bachelor of Applied Science

Entrepreneurship Specialization – 2149F

Recommended Course Sequence

Part TimeCourse IDDescriptionCreditsTC 1TC 2
Term 1 ISM1000CSTEM IT Skills and Competencies3
 COP1000CIntroduction to Programming3X
Term 2 ENC1101Composition I3
 CTS1133CA+ Comprehensive4X
Term 3 CGS1510CExcel Data Analysis3
 CTS1134CNetwork+4X
Term 4 CIS1513CProject Management and Project+4X
MATH*General Education Math*3
Term 5 PHI2010
or
THE2000
Introduction to Philosophy
or
Theatre Appreciation (Recommended)
3
 APA1111C Introduction to Accounting3X
Term 6 COP1700CIntroduction to Database Design and MySQL3
 GEB2011Introduction to Business3X
Term 7 MAR1011Principles of Marketing3X
 EVR1001Environmental Science (Recommended)3
Term 8 GEB2112Entrepreneurship3X TC 2
 ECO2013
or
 POS2041
Principles of Macroeconomics (Recommended)
or
National Government
3
Term 9Elective*Math, Internship or IT Elective #3X TC 1
 ISM3013CInformation Systems Management3
 CIS2910CIT Entrepreneurship Capstone4
Total Program Credit Hours601812

Notes: Students are encouraged to consult the Course Information Table for a detailed list of all requisite requirements. Students should complete all Core Computing Requirements before completing specialization courses. *MAC1105C is a 5-credit course.  Students who register for this course must see an advisor to discuss their academic plan. # – Any course with a computing prefix. E – identifies an elective course for the certificate, any IT course can be used to fulfill this requirement.

These are only recommended course sequences.

Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create a personalized educational plan.

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Program Highlights


Prior Learning

 

Credit for Prior Learning: Accelerate your path to completion with these options:

  • Credit by exam
  • Earned Industry certifications
  • Prior Learning Assessment
  • And much more…

Industry Certifications

 

Industry Certifications: Upon completing this program, graduates will be eligible to sit for the following industry certifications/licenses:

  • CompTIA A+
  • CompTIA Network+
  • CompTIA Security+
  • CompTIA Project+
  • CIW Database Design
  • CIW Data Analyst
  • Microsoft MCSA BI Reporting
  • Microsoft MCSA

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Fund Education

 

This Program is Financial Aid eligible. Scholarships may be available. This program is part of the Career Source Broward ITA List.