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The Computer Information Technology curriculum provides graduates with a foundation of logic, programming, operating systems, applications, systems analysis, and networking through a core set of courses. Learners may choose to specialize in Game Developer, Network Administrator, Software Developer, or Web Developer. CIT offers a number of industry subject-specific certificates in database, networking, hardware/software, and applications.

Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Computer Information Technology, Game Developer Track, the graduate will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the history, current industry and occupations that constitute the video game industry
  • Develop a broad understanding of the components of a successful video game by working collaboratively with students in the design area
  • Apply creative thinking and problem solving skills through the completion of a collaborative major capstone project
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of team members and their collaboration in all phases of design, development and implementation
  • Demonstrate appropriate software and programming skills that directly support video game development processes
  • Be able to work as part of a larger technical/design team to complete tasks on time and on budget
  • Possess the necessary depth of understanding of complex principles and details and know how to apply these fundamentals and details by undertaking open-ended technical and creative projects
  • Understand the fundamentals of game development for both Windows and specific consoles (e.g., Xbox)
  • Develop a comprehensive professional portfolio to be used in pursuing jobs and/or internship opportunities.

Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Computer Information Technology, MIS/Project Management Track, the graduate will be able to:

  • Participate in collaborative projects utilizing the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Determine project requirements of a computer Network System
  • Create documentation using PC-based applications software
  • Define project goals clearly
  • Design and produce a UML requirement model
  • Implement a UML design in IT Project
  • Determine task dependencies and schedules
  • Assign and optimize resources
  • Produce the implementation plan
  • Manage and respond to change
  • Measure and present results effectively
  • Apply practical aspects learned in the classroom by managing or assisting in managing IT projects.

Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Computer Information Technology, Network Administrator Track, the graduate will be able to:

  • Participate in collaborative projects utilizing the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Determine project requirements of a computer network system
  • Create project documentation using PC-based applications software
  • Install a variety of server configurations using current network software and protocols
  • Apply workstation configurations using a variety of operating systems commands
  • Integrate project requirements utilizing current database technology
  • Apply operating systems commands for effective disk management
  • Complete a series of exercises to prepare for a popular vendor certification program.

Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Computer Information Technology, Software Developer Track, the graduate will be able to:

  • Determine project requirements
  • Design a targeted information technology
  • Develop applications using programming languages
  • Identify networking concepts
  • Prepare project documentation
  • Participate in collaborative projects utilizing the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC).

Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Computer Information Technology, Web Developer Track, the graduate will be able to:

  • Participate in collaborative projects utilizing the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Determine project requirements
  • Create project documentation using PC-based applications software
  • Develop applications using web programming languages
  • Create a multiple page, multiple presentation website
  • Integrate project requirements for an e-commerce website using current database and networking technology
  • Complete a series of exercises to prepare for a popular vendor certification program
  • Apply operating systems fundamentals for effective disk management.

The Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA) Discovery Certificate is a curriculum that provides foundational networking knowledge, practical experience, and soft-skills development to prepare students for entry-level careers in IT and networking. The curriculum focuses on networking for simple home or small office networks to complex enterprise networks. Students are introduced to advanced technologies such as voice, video, wireless and security and gain hands-on experience with switches, routers, cables and other networking technologies. The Cisco Discovery Certificate curriculum prepares students for two different Cisco certification exams, Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT), and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

 

In working toward the Computer Literacy Certificate, the student will learn the fundamental components and terminology of personal computer hardware and software basic concepts. This certificate is designed for beginning computer users to develop computer literacy skills.

Upon completion of the Computer Literacy Certificate, the student will be able to:

  • Use the Windows operating system to manage files and folders, including creating, renaming, copying, deleting, and moving
  • Demonstrate proficiency within the Blackboard environment
  • Navigate and explore the Internet and the World Wide Web utilizing Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Utilize the Internet as an effective research tool
  • Describe the basic elements and terminology of the Windows operating system
  • Create and edit Word documents including a research paper, a resume, and a business letter
  • Create and format an Excel worksheet with embedded charts, formulas, and functions
  • Perform a What-if Analysis in Excel
  • Create and use an Access database including tables, queries, and reports
  • Create a slide show in PowerPoint
  • Integrate Microsoft Office applications and the WWW.

In addition to many of the Computer Information Technology competencies, a graduate with a Database Specialist Certificate will be able to:

  • Prepare a systems design utilizing a database management system
  • Design and implement an Oracle and Access database
  • Perform basic administration functions of a database management system
  • Understand data warehousing systems
  • Use the Visual Basic.NET language to interface with a database management system.

 

In addition to many of the Computer Information Technology competencies, a graduate with an Information Security Certificate will be able to:

  • Describe and analyze security threats
  • Protect an organization’s system and data
  • Design disaster recovery strategies for the enterprise
  • Design and implement computer forensics strategies
  • Assess network vulnerabilities
  • Recognize and respond to security threats
  • Design and develop security audits for an organization
  • Understand the ethical issues related to network security
  • Design and implement wireless networks
  • Work with VPNs and firewalls
  • Protect Internet connections and intranets as well as critical data from attacks
  • Learn how to carry out and implement secure communications across unsecured networks.

In addition to many of the Computer Information Technology competencies, a graduate with a Management Information Systems (MIS) Certificate will be able to:

  • Define project goals clearly
  • Design and produce a UML requirement model
  • Implement a UML design in IT Project
  • Determine task dependencies and schedules
  • Assign and optimize resources
  • Produce the implementation plan
  • Manage and respond to change
  • Measure and present results effectively
  • Apply practical aspects learned in the classroom by managing or assisting in managing IT projects.

In addition to many of the Computer Information Technology competencies, a graduate with a Network Administrator Certificate will be able to:

  • Describe the various types of distributed processing systems and operating systems
  • Design, create, and operate a distributed DBMS
  • Use at least one major LAN operating system
  • Complete an industry standard network system examination
  • Design, create, and implement a distributed processing system to support the information processing requirements for a large information management organization to include installing a DBMS.

 

In addition to many of the Computer Information Technology competencies, a graduate with a Software Developer Certificate will be able to:

  • Demonstrate techniques of object analysis and object design
  • Design and code programs in C++ and Visual Basic.NET
  • Debug a C# or Visual Basic.NET program
  • Develop Web front-end applications
  • Utilize a database for a web application

The System Z Certificate was developed to address industry’s continuing need for skilled professionals with mainframe skills. This certificate was designed by area companies and IBM Corporation, which will provide access to hardware/software, course materials/speaker notes, student textbooks, etc. The System Z Certificate is a four-course sequence focused on the basics of enterprise networking, and it is designed for individuals with significant IT working experience or for current students with instructor’s permission.

Specific Certificate Admissions Information

Certain certificate programs have additional requirements for admission:

Database Specialist Certificate

Complete MATH 102 and faculty advisor approval

Information Security Certificate

CIT 151 Networking 1

Network Administrator Certificate

Complete CIT 151 Networking 1

Software Developer Certificate

MATH 104 Intermediate Algebra

Work experience approved by the department chairperson

Software/Hardware Requirements

Students taking courses in this curriculum may need to own or have access to hardware/software to pursue this degree. This is particularly important for students who are enrolled in online/distance learning (DL) sections of a particular course. Check with the program advisor to discuss specific course needs and options.

NOTE: Some courses may require prerequisites; please make sure to fulfill required prerequisites or meet with your program advisor to discuss them.

 

Computer Information Technology Associate Degree, Game Developer Track

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
ENGL 101 Beginning Composition  3
IMMT 115 Survey of Digital Gaming Industry  3
MATH 148 College Algebra  5
HUM XXX HUM 111, 112, 113, 151, 152 (or) 224  5
CIT 103 Computer Concepts and Logic  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
IMMT 188 Introduction to 3D Game Production  4
MATH 150 Pre-Calculus  5
IMMT 236 3D Modeling  4
CIT 121 PC Operating Systems  3
CIT 127 Structured Programming  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 20

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
MATH 151 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I  5
CIT 167 C++ Programming 1  4
CIT 120 Foundations of Game Programming 1  4
CIT 128 Concepts of 3D Graphics  4
ENGL 102 Essay and Research  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 20

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
COMM 207 Writing for the Web  3
CIT 206 Foundations of Game Programming 2  4
CIT 227 Data Structures and Algorithms  4
CIT 228 Computer Graphics 1  4
CIT 245 Introductions to Game Prototyping and Development  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT 229 Computer Graphics 2  4
CIT 246 Game Development Project – Part 1  3
PHYS 117 College Physics: Mechanics and Heat  5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 12

Quarter 6

Course Name Credits
COMM 105 Speech 3
. or .
COMM 110 Conference and Group Discussion  3
CIT 247 Game Development Project – Part 2  3
CIT 267 C++ Programming 2  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 10
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS . 100

Computer Information Technology Associate Degree, MIS/Project Management Track

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 101 PC Applications I  3
CIT 103 Computer Concepts and Logic  3
MATH 148 College Algebra  5
ACCT 269 Foundations of Accounting  5
ENGL 101 Beginning Composition  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 121 PC Operating Systems  3
CIT 163 Visual Basic 1  4
CIT 110 Unified Modeling Language  3
ENGL 102 Essay and Research  3
BMGT 257 Project Management  3
IMMT 122 Digital Media Preparation  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 175 Systems Analysis 1  4
CIT 151 Networking 1  3
CIT 263 Visual Basic 2  4
BMGT 111 Management  5
MKTG 226 Customer Service Principles and Practices  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 20

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 275 Systems Analysis II   4
CIT 173 Database Programming  3
CIT 264 Visual Basic 3  4
CIT 130 MIS II: Project Management Fundamentals  3
COMM 105 Speech 3
. or .
COMM 110 Conference and Group Discussion  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 17

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT 230 MIS III: Project Management Case Studies  3
CIT 251 Networking 2  3
CIT 273 Database Systems  3
COMM 200 Business Communications  3
HUM XXX Humanities 111, 112, 113, 151, 152 (or) 224  5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 17

Quarter 6

Course Name Credits
CIT 137 Advanced Information Presentation  3
CIT290/299 Seminar and Practicum 5
. or .
CIT 281 Capstone for Software Developer  5
SSCI XXX SSCI 100, 101, 102, SOC 239 (or) GEOG 240  5
CIT XXX Technical Elective  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 17
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS . 109

Technical Elective

Course Name Credits
CIT 241 Intro. to the Mainframe – z/OS Basics  4
CIT 242 Intro. to the Mainframe – Lg Scale Commercial  4
CIT 243 Intro. to the Mainframe – Networking  4
CIT 244 Intro. to the Mainframe – Security  4

Computer Information Technology Associate Degree, Network Administrator Track

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 101 PC Applications  3
CIT 103 Computer Concepts and Logic  3
CIT 121 PC Operating Systems  3
CIT 123 Workstation Systems  3
ENGL 101 Beginning Composition  3
BMGT 257 Project Management Principles  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 102C PC Applications 2 Module 3 (Access)  1
CIT 151 Networking 1  3
MATH 148 College Algebra  5
COMM 105 Speech 3
. or .
COMM 110 Conference and Group Discussion  3
MKTG 226 Customer Services Principles and Practices  4
ENGL 102 Essay and Research  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 175 Systems Analysis 1  4
CIT 251 Networking 2  3
CIT 233 Expert Access  3
CIT 250 Network Comm. Systems  3
ACCT 269 Foundations of Accounting  5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 171 Database Administration/SQL  4
CIT 163 Visual Basic 1  4
CIT 252  Networking 3 4
IMMT 112 Fundamentals of Interactive Design  3
LAWE 215 Introduction to Cyberlaw  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT 257 Network Security  3
CIT 253 TCP/IP  3
CIT 255 Networking 4  4
HUM XXX Humanities 111, 112, 113, 151, 152 (or) 224  5
COMM 204 Technical Writing  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18

Quarter 6

Course Name Credits
CIT 258 Wireless Networking  3
CIT 290/299 CIT Seminar/Practicum (or) CIT 282 Capstone Web/Net  5
CIT xxx Technical Elective  4
SSCI XXX SSCI 100, 101, 102, SOC 239 (or) GEOG 240  5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 17
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS . 108

Technical Electives

Course Name Credits
CIT 110 Unified Modeling Language  3
CIT 130 MIS II: Project Management Fundamentals  3
CIT 160 CCNA Voice  4
CIT 164 CCNA Security  4
CIT 166 CCNA Wireless  4
CIT 241 Introduction to the Mainframe – z/OS Basics  4
CIT 243 Introduction to the Mainframe – Networking  4
CIT 244 Introduction to the Mainframe – Security  4
CIT 259 Advanced Network Security  3
CIT 260 Web Security  3
CIT 271 Data Mining and Data Warehousing  4
CIT 276 Information Security Audit  3
CIT 277 Computer Forensics  3
CIT 278 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery  3

Computer Information Technology Associate Degree, Software Developer Track

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 101 PC Applications I  3
CIT 103 Computer Concepts and Logic  3
MATH 148 College Algebra  5
ACCT 269 Foundations of Accounting  5
ENGL 101 Beginning Composition  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 121 PC Operating Systems  3
CIT 163 Visual Basic 1  4
CIT 175 Systems Analysis 1  4
ENGL 102 Essay and Research  3
CIT 110 Unified Modeling Language  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 17

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 145 HTML  3
CIT 151 Networking 1  3
CIT 263 Visual Basic 2  4
CIT 275 Systems Analysis 2  4
MKTG 226 Customer Services Principles and Practices  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 147 JavaScript Fundamentals  3
CIT 179 C# Programming I  4
CIT 169 Java Programming 1   3
CIT 173 Database Programming  3
CIT 264 Visual Basic 3  4
COMM 105 Speech 3
. or .
COMM 110 Conference and Group Discussion  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 20

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT 279 C# Programming 2  4
CIT 269 Java Programming 2  3
CIT 273 Database Systems  3
COMM 204 Technical Writing  3
HUM XXX Humanities 111, 112, 113, 151, 152 (or) 224  5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18

Quarter 6

Course Name Credits
CIT290/299 CIT Seminar/Practicum 5
. or .
CIT 281 Capstone for Software Developer  5
BMGT 111 Management  5
IMMT 122 Digital Media Preparation  3
SSCI XXX SSCI 100, 101, 102, SOC 239 (or) GEOG 240   5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS . 110

Computer Information Technology Associate Degree, Web Developer Track

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 101 PC Applications I  3
CIT 103 Computer Concepts and Logic  3
MATH 148 College Algebra  5
SSCI XXX Social Sciences 100, 101, 102, SOC 239 (or) GEOG 240 5
ENGL 101 Beginning Composition  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 121 PC Operating Systems  3
CIT 102 PC Applications 2  3
CIT 139 Web Essentials  3
CIT 175 Systems Analysis 1  4
ENGL 102 Essay and Research  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 16

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 145 HTML  3
CIT 163 Visual Basic 1  4
CIT 233 Expert Access  3
COMM 105 Speech 3
. or .
COMM 110 Conference and Group Discussion  3
IMMT 112 Fundamentals of Interactive Design  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 16

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 212 Web Database Development  3
CIT 151 Networking 1  3
CIT 169 Java Programming 1  3
MKTG 111 Marketing Principles  5
ACCT 269 Foundations of Accounting  5
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 19

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT 147 JavaScript Fundamentals  3
CIT 213 Designing an e-Commerce Website  3
CIT 269 Java Programming 2  3
COMM 204 Technical Writing  3
MKTG 226 Customer Service Principles and Practices  4
IMMT 262 Web Publishing Site Design  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 20

Quarter 6

Course Name Credits
CIT 171 Database Administration/SQL  4
CIT290/299 CIT Seminar/Practicum (or) CIT 282 Capstone Web/Net 5
HUM XXX HUM 111, 112, 113, 151, 152 (or) 224  5
CIT 272 Mobile Software Development  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 18
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS . 108

Vocational Education Transfer Option with The Ohio State University College of Education

The Computer Information Technology, Web Developer program at Columbus State has completed an articulation agreement with the Technical Education and Training Program of the Ohio State University College of Education.  This agreement allows Computer Information Technology, Web Developer students to complete their associate degree at Columbus State, transfer their credits to Ohio State, and complete a baccalaureate degree in Technical Education and Training.  Students completing the Ohio State program may be eligible for certification by the Ohio Department of Education to teach in related high school career and technical education programs throughout the State of Ohio. Interested students should contact their Columbus State department chairperson for curriculum requirements and additional details. Please note that course requirements for this transfer option may differ from the standard plan of study published in the catalog.

CCNA Discovery Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 150 Networking for Home and Small Business  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 152 Working at a Small-to-Medium Business  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 154 Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 156 Designing and Supporting Communications Technology 4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT XXX Technical Elective  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 6

Course Name Credits
CIT 158 CISCO Certification Review  1
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 21

Technical Electives

Course Name Credits
CIT 160 CCNA Voice  4
CIT 164 CCNA Security  4
CIT 166 CCNA Wireless  4

Computer Literacy Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 095 Computer File Management  1
CIT 100 Computer Literacy  1

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 094 Web Learning Tools  1

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 101 PC Applications I  3
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 6

Database Specialist Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 233 Expert Access  3
CIT 175 Systems Analysis 1  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 171 Database Administration/SQL  4
CIT 273 Database Systems  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 173 Database Programming  3
CIT 271 Data Mining and Data Warehousing  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 163 Visual Basic 1  4
CIT 200 Certification Review  1
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 5
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 26

Information Security Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 257 Network Security  3
CIT 258 Wireless Networking  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 6

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 259 Advanced Network Security  3
CIT 260 Web Security  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 6

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 276 Information Security Audit  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 3

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 277 Computer Forensics  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 3

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT 278 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 3

Quarter 6

Course Name Credits
CIT 200 Certification Review  1
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 1
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 22

Management Information Systems (MIS) Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 103 Computer Concepts and Logic  3
CIT 130 MIS II: Project Management Fundamentals  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 6

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 110 Unified Modeling Language  3
CIT 175 Systems Analysis 1  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 230 MIS III: Project Management Case Studies  3
CIT 275 Systems Analysis II  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 20

Network Administrator Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 250 Network Communication Systems  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 3

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 251 Networking 2  3
CIT 253 TCP/IP  3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 6

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 252 Networking 3  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 255 Networking 4  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 5

Course Name Credits
CIT 257 Network Security  3
CIT 258 Wireless Networking  3
CIT 200 Certification Test Review  1
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 24

Software Developer Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 145 HTML  3
CIT 179 C# Programming 1  4
CIT 163 Visual Basic 1  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 11

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 169 JAVA Programming 1  3
CIT 279 C# Programming 2  4
CIT 263 Visual Basic 2  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 11

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 269 Java Programming 2  3
CIT 264 Visual Basic 3  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 173 Database Programming  3
CIT 270 Advanced Web Programming  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 36

System Z Certificate

Quarter 1

Course Name Credits
CIT 241 Introduction to the Mainframe – z/OS Basics  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 2

Course Name Credits
CIT 242 Introduction to the Mainframe – Large Scale  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 3

Course Name Credits
CIT 243 Introduction to the Mainframe – Networking  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4

Quarter 4

Course Name Credits
CIT 244 Introduction to the Mainframe – Security  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 4
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS .  16