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Computer and Information Technology

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Get the hands on experience you need to design, maintain and use different computing technologies.

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What is Computer Information Technology?

If you are looking for a well-paying job, in perhaps the fastest-growing industry in the modern economy, you're in the right place at the right time. Don't miss the chance to start a career in the future of our society.

What are my career choices?

Writing, communications, computers, and math. You get hands-on training in local area networks, programming, networking, hardware and software maintenance, database design, and Web page development.

What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?

Degrees and Transfers

  • Business Software Track: 60 credit hours
  • Cloud Computing Technologies Track: 60-61 credit hours
  • General Track: 60-64 credit hours
  • Geospatial Track: 60 credit hours
  • Information Security Track: 60 credit hours
  • Internet Technologies Track: 60 credit hours
    • Web Administration
    • Web Programming
  • Network Administration Track: 60-63 credit hours
    • Cisco Networking Associate
    • Microsoft Windows Administration
  • Network Technologies Track: 60-63 credit hours
    • Cisco Networking
    • Microsoft Windows
    • UNIX/Linux
  • Programming Track: 60credit hours
  • Video Game Design Track: 60 credit hours

Certificate Options

Additional Information

This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.

Upon completion of this program, the graduate can:

  1. Use fundamental computer literacy knowledge including concepts and basic productivity software packages.
  2. Use a graphical user interface with a working knowledge of at least one operating system.
  3. Install, use, and maintain systems software and applications software.
  4. Analyze, design, implement, and document simple applications.
  5. Resolve technical questions using existing documentation.
  6. Write end-user documentation using technical resources.
  7. Employ basic diagnostic tools to identify and solve hardware and software problems.
  8. Utilize logical, mathematical, and analytical skills to facilitate problem solving.
  9. Discuss ethical and legal issues in computing such as privacy, corporate property, copyright, and security of software, hardware, and information.
  10. Demonstrate the concept of management information systems, including security of software, hardware, and information.
  11. Communicate with appropriate individuals (programmers, vendors, management, and users) in developing a team approach to problem solving.
  12. Demonstrate and use network applications.
  13. Implement basic computer system security measures.

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Program Contact

Terry Pasley

Computer Information Technology

606.759.7141 ext. 66153

Sharon Staviski

Computer Information Technology

606.783.1538 ext. 66318