James House Jr., Department Chair
This certificate program is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge
of the latest software applications. All credits are transferable to the Computer
Technology associate degree program if the student wishes to pursue further studies.
Students must achieve a "C" or better in the required computer courses.
This is a career program and is designed to enable students to seek employment at the program's completion. If you plan to transfer to a four-year college/university, please check with your advisor and the Advising Center staff as soon as possible.
Successful completion of this program qualifies a student to apply for a Certificate in Applications User Specialist.
Required Computer Technology Courses
||Introduction to Cybersecurity
|COMP-114||Mobile Application Development|
|COMP-191||Web Page Development|
|Operating Systems or
Linux Operating System
|COMP-221||Office Applications I|
|COMP-229||Database Design and Implementation|
|Computer Technology 200-Level Elective||Computer Technology 200-Level Elective|
APPLICATIONS USER SPECIALIST
PREPARATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
|Computer Technology 101 (Computer Literacy)||3|
|Computer Technology 103 (Computer Logic)||4|
|Computer Technology 107 (Introduction to Cybersecurity)||3|
|Computer Technology 109 (Emerging Technologies)||3|
|Computer Technology 114 (Mobile Application Development)||3|
|Computer Technology 191 (Web Page Development)||3|
|Computer Technology 219 or 220 (Operating Systems or Linux OS)||3|
|Computer Technology 221 (Office Applications I)||3|
|Computer Technology 229 (Database Design and Implementation)||3|
|Computer Technology 200-Level Elective 1||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||31|
1 Computer Technology 240 (Field Placement) can be used as a substitute for any required 200-level computer technology course in the applications user specialist certificate.
NOTE: All courses specifically identified by course number are graduation requirements for this program.