Program and Career Description
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Technology prepares students for positions in the workplace through the use of various systems, applications, languages, and products. These subject-specific courses focus on those skill sets identified by employers as essential in today's workplace and, where appropriate, will prepare students for industry-recognized certification examinations. The concentrations are designed to ensure that students have the proper experience, training, and skills to begin work in the chosen field upon successful completion of the chosen program of study.
|User Support Specialist
|Network Support Specialist
|Information Security Analyst
|Software Developer Applications
Career and salary information taken from JOBS4TN.GOV. Check out this website for additional information about job descriptions, education requirements and abilities, and supply and demand for these careers. For additional information from a national perspective, go to Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor on the internet at www.bls.gov . Visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook on this website. Salaries are not guaranteed.
This degree program is in compliance with the Common Course Curriculum Library for the A.A.S. in Computer Information Technology program as delivered by the Tennessee Board of Regents community colleges.
This degree program is not designed for transfer to a four year college or university. However, some agreements are in place that will allow credit to be given for a portion or the entirety of this degree path. Please check with the transfer institution or your advisor for specific details.
Articulation agreements exist between other private and non-TN public institutions. These agreements are available at www.columbiastate.edu/admissions/transfer-information.