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AS – Computer Engineering Technology


AS.CET.UNIV

(68 Credit Hours)


This program will prepare students for employment in an entry-level position as a computer technician. The course work focuses on the diagnosis and repair of hardware and software in micro, mini, and mainframe computers.

With minimal additional specialized training, students may become a field or in-house shop technician.

AS • Computer Engineering Technology

AS.CET.UNIV

General Education Requirements

ENC 1101 English Composition I  - 3 cr.

ENC 1102 English Composition II  -  3 cr.

MAC 1105 College Algebra  -  3 cr.

SPC 1608 Public Speaking  - 3 cr.

PHY 1053 General Physics I  -  3 cr.

PHY 1053L General Physics I Laboratory  - 1 cr.

PHI   1600  Ethics  -  3 cr.

Social Science General Education  - 3 cr.

 

Program Required Courses

CET 1112C* Basic Digital Systems  -  3 cr.

CET 1123C Introduction to Microprocessors  - 3 cr.

CET 2113C Digital Systems Analysis  - 3 cr.

CET 2152C Advanced Microprocessors  - 3 cr.

CET 2335C Microcomputer Systems - 3 cr.

CET 2939 Computer Engineering Technology Capstone  - 3 cr.

TAR 2053 Introduction to Computer Aided Design and Drafting  -  3 cr.

EET 1036C* Basic AC and DC  - 3 cr.

EET 1037C Circuit Analysis  -  3 cr.

EET 1083C* Electronics Orientation  - 3 cr.

EET 1141C Solid State Devices  - 3 cr.

EET 1142C Solid State Circuits  -  3 cr.

EET 2155C Linear Integrated Circuits  - 3 cr.

MAC 1114 Trigonometry  -  3 cr.

 

Select 4 credit hours from the following:

CGS 1510 Spreadsheet Applications  -  1 cr.

CGS 1540 Database Management I  -  1 cr.

COP 1220 Programming in “C”  - 3 cr.

COP 1332 Visual Basic, Beginning  -  3 cr.

COP 1821 Visual Basic, Advanced  - 3 cr.

COP 2800 JAVA Programming -  3 cr.

ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics -  3 cr.

OST 1142 Keyboarding I - 1 cr.

POS 1001 Introduction Political Science - 3 cr.

POS 2041 American Government - 3 cr.

* Recommended course(s) for the first semester.

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AS– Computer Information Administrator


AS.CIA

(63 Credit Hours)


This program prepares students for jobs in the field of PC support specialist, help desk specialist, microcomputer specialist, software specialist, and information systems specialist.

Students who can demonstrate proficiency in CGS 1500, OST 1831, and OST 1832 can substitute an approved three credit hour selected elective course.

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AS – Computer Programming


AS.COP

(63 Credit Hours)


This program prepares students for jobs in the field of computer programmer aide, junior programmer, senior programmer, data manager, programmer analyst, and mid-range computer specialist.

General Education Requirements

ENC 1101 English Composition I - 3 cr.

ENC 1102 English Composition II  or Social Science General Education - 3 cr.

Mathematics General Education (transfer) - 3 cr.

Humanities General Education - 3 cr.

Social Science General Education - 3 cr.

 

Program Required Courses

CGS 1000* Introduction to Computers and Technology  -  3 cr.

CGS 1761 Computer Operation Systems  -  3 cr.

CGS 2301 Management Info. Systems  -  3 cr.

CGS 2541 Database Design  -  3 cr.

CIS 2321 Systems Analysis  -  3 cr.

COP 1000 Programming Logic  -  3 cr.  

COP 1220 Programming in “C” -  3 cr.

COP 1812 Introduction to XML  -  3 cr.

COP 1332 Visual BASIC, Beginning  -  3 cr.

COP 2224 Programming in C++ - 3 cr.

COP 2360 Programming in C#  -  3 cr.

COP 2800 JAVA Programming -  3 cr.

COP 2805 JAVA, Advanced  -  3 cr.

COP 2939 Computer Programming Capstone  - 3 cr.

CTS 1106 Introduction to UNIX  -  3 cr.

 

Select at least 3 specified elective credits from the following:

CGS 1936 Perl and CGI  -  3 cr.

COP 1120 COBOL, Beginning - 3 cr.

COP 1821 Visual BASIC, Advanced  -  3 cr.

COP 2344 Shell Scripting  -  3 cr.

COP 2830 Scripting for the Web  - 3 cr.

CTS 1305 Introduction to Networking  -  3 cr.

CTS 2301 Unix/Linux Administration I  -  3 cr.

CTS 2440 Database Programming - SQL  -  3 cr.

* Recommended course(s) for the first semester.

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AS – Database Technology


AS.DB.TECH

(63 Credit Hours)


The Database Technology program provides students with a general approach to database design, programming and administration.

General Education Requirements

ENC 1101 English Composition I  -  3 cr.

ENC 1102 English Composition II  - 3 cr.

Mathematics General Education (transfer)  -  3 cr.

Humanities General Education  - 3 cr.

Social Science General Education  - 3 cr.

 

Program Required Courses

CGS 1000* Introduction to Computers and Technology  -  3 cr.

CGS 1103 Project Management  -  3 cr.

CGS 2301 Management Information Systems  -  3 cr.

CGS 2541 Database Design  -  3 cr.

CIS 2321 Systems Analysis  - 3 cr.

CNT 1401 Introduction to Network Security  -  3 cr.

COP 1000 Programming Logic -  3 cr.

CTS 1305 Introduction to Networking  - 3 cr.

CTS 2440 Database Programming SQL -  3 cr.

CTS 2441 Database Administration I  -  3 cr.

CTS 2442 Database Administration II  -  3 cr.

CTS 2445 Database Programming Advanced -  3 cr.

CTS 2939 Database Technology Capstone  -  3 cr.

Computer Science Electives - 9 cr.

* Recommended course(s) for the first semester.

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AS – Digital Media/Multimedia Technology


AS.MMT

(64 Credit Hours)


This program prepares students for jobs such as desktop publisher, production designer, electronic publisher, illustrator, multimedia specialist, multimedia presentation developer, interface designer, computer graphic designer, and project manager.

General Education Requirements

NOTE:
The following general education requirements apply to Game Design, and Development and Multimedia Developer.

ENC 1101 English Composition I  -  3 cr.

ENC 1102 English Composition II or Social Science General Education  -  3 cr.

Mathematics General Education (transfer)  -  3 cr.

Humanities General Education  - 3 cr.

Social Science General Education -  3 cr.

NOTE: Select either the Game Design and Development program required courses or the Multimedia Developer program required courses to complete the Digital Media/Multimedia Technology degree.

Game Design and Development

AS.MMT.GAME

Program Required Courses

CAP 1023 Introduction to Game Development  -  3 cr.

CAP 2042 Game Design and Development  -  3 cr.

CAP 2043 Advanced Game Design and Development  -  3 cr.

CAP 2939 Digital Media/Multimedia Technology Capstone  -  3 cr.

CGS 1000 Introduction Computers and Technology  -  3 cr.

CGS 1871 Multimedia Authoring I  -  3 cr.

CGS 2821 Graphics Design for Multimedia/Internet  -  3 cr.

CGS 2827 Advanced Graphics Design for Multimedia/Internet  -  3 cr.

CGS 2874 Multimedia Authoring II  -  3 cr.

CGS 2876 Digital Audio/Video Design  -  3 cr.

CGS 2877 Digital Animation Design  -  3 cr.

Select at least 16 specified elective credits from the following:

CGS 2585 Desktop Internet Publishing  -  3 cr.

CGS 2804 Vector Graphic Application  -  3 cr.

EME 2040 Introduction to Technology for Educators  - 3 cr.

Any courses with prefix: CEN, CET, CGS, CIS, COP, CNT or CTS

 

Multimedia Developer

Program Required Courses

CAP 2939 Digital Media/Multimedia Technology Capstone  -  3 cr.

CGS 1000 Introduction Computers and Technology  -  3 cr.

CGS 1577 Presentation Systems  -  3 cr.

CGS 1871 Multimedia Authoring I  -  3 cr.

CGS 2585 Desktop Internet Publishing  -  3 cr.

CGS 2804 Vector Graphic Application  -  3 cr.

CGS 2820 Web Authoring HTML  -  3 cr.

CGS 2821 Graphics Design for Multimedia/Internet -  3 cr.

CGS 2827 Advanced Graphics Design for Multimedia/Internet  -  3 cr.

CGS 2874 Multimedia Authoring II  -  3 cr.

CGS 2876 Digital Audio/Video Design  -  3 cr.

CGS 2877 Digital Animation Design  - 3 cr.

COP 1000 Programming Logic  -  3 cr.

COP 2830 Scripting for the Web  -  3 cr.

EME 2040 Introduction to Educational Technology  -  3 cr.

Select at least 4 specified elective credits from the following:

Any courses with prefix: CAP, CGS, CIS, COP, CTS

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AS • Information Technology Security

AS.CIS.SECURITY

(63 Credit Hours)

This program prepares students for employment as information technology security professionals assisting business and industry in developing and implementing strategies to defend company e-business infrastructure and data assets against security attacks.

General Education Requirements

ENC 1101 English Composition I  - 3 cr.

ENC 1102 English Composition II  -  3 cr.

Humanities General Education  -  3 cr.

Mathematics General Education  - 3 cr.

Social Science General Education  -  3 cr.

Program Required Courses

CET 1172C Computer Upgrading and Repair  -  3 cr.

CGS 1000 Introduction to Computers and Technology  -  3 cr.

CGS 2091 Information Technology Ethical and Legal Issues  -  3 cr.

CIS 2352C Ethical Hacking I  -  3 cr.

CIS 2353 Security Management and Computer Auditing  -  3 cr.

CIS 2359C Ethical Hacking II  -  3 cr.

CIS 2381C Computer Forensics and Incident Response  -  3 cr.

CIS 2945 Information Technology Security Capstone  -  3 cr.

CNT 1401 Introduction to Network Security  -  3 cr.

CTS 1106 Introduction to Unix  -  3 cr.

CTS 1305 Introduction to Networking  -  3 cr.

CTS 2301 Unix/Linux Administration I  -  3 cr.

CTS 2310 Windows Security  -  3 cr.

CTS 2311 Unix/Linux Security  -  3 cr.

CTS 2322 Unix/Linux Administration II  -  3 cr.

CTS 2333 Unix/Linux Networking  - 3 cr.

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AS – Internet Services Technology

AS.WEB.TECH.OPT1


AS.WEB.TECH.OPT2

(63 Credit Hours)
 

AS – Option 1 - Web Designer
This program prepares students for internet-related jobs such as web designer, site designer, and internet architect.

AS – Option 2 - Web Developer
This program prepares students for internet-related jobs such as webmaster, web developer, site developer, and internet programmer.

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AS – Networking Administrator


AS.NA.GEN - General 

AS.NA.OPT1 - Microsoft

AS.NA.OPT2 - Cisco 

AS.NA.OPT3 - UNIX 

(63 Credit Hours)


General Networking Option

AS • General Networking

AS.NA.GEN

This program prepares students to plan, install, configure, monitor, troubleshoot and manage computer networks in a LAN environment. Students will be provided conceptual and theoretical knowledge for employment as cabling specialists, PC support technicians, network control operators, data communication analysts, help desk specialists, network managers and computer security specialists.

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Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP)

AS • Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP)

AS.NA.OPT1

This program prepares students for jobs such as computer network specialist, network administrator, customer support analyst, telecom analyst, project coordinator, systems installer, and network systems engineer. The coursework focus is on Microsoft certification and telecommunications specialist.

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Cisco and Telecommunications Option

AS • Cisco and Telecommunications

AS.NA.OPT2


This program prepares students for jobs such as computer network specialist, network administrator, customer support analyst, telecom analyst, project coordinator, systems installer, and network systems engineer. The focus is on Cisco Certification and telecommunications specialist.

HCC is a Cisco Systems Network Academy, for more information visit the

HCC Cisco Network Academy link.

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Unix/Linux System Administration Option

AS • Unix/Linux System Administration

AS.NA.OPT3

The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as a Unix or Linux system administrator or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these occupations. The content prepares individuals to install information technology equipment, troubleshoot information technology equipment, and support information technology users.

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This page last updated February 4, 2014 eab

Please report any problems with this page to Eugene Broda gbroda@hccfl.edu