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The Information Systems degree includes concentrations for students interested in software development or business analyst. Students also take general education courses. The degree prepares graduates for entry-level developer/analyst positions and for continuation to a Baccalaureate institution. Certificates of Accomplishment and Achievement in Introductory .NET Programming, Programming for Web Development, Database Report Developer, Business Intelligence Analyst, Intermediate Applications Developer, Introductory C++ Programming, and Database Analyst may be applied toward the degree.
Degree & Certificates
|Associate in Applied Science – T Degree|
•Business Analyst track FAQs
•Software Development track FAQs
|Certificate of Achievement (45+ credits)
• Database Report Developer
• Introductory .NET Programming
• Programming for Mobile and Web Development
|Certificate of Accomplishment (20-44 credits)|
• Business Intelligence Analyst
• Database Analyst
• Intermediate Applications Developer
(See Software Development FAQs for approved elective)
• Introductory C++ Programming
|See the Baccalaureate Certificates of Accomplishment
• Intermediate Business Intelligence Analyst
• Intermediate Business Intelligence Developer
Changes: Starting Fall 2017-18
PROG 117 will no longer be offered, and the sequence of classes will be
PROG 110 -> PROG 120 -> PROG 123 (new course)
Which classes to take with the changes coming up Fall Quarter.
If you are following the AAST in Information Systems/Software Development track and have completed PROG 110 AND PROG 117, then register for PROG 120, you will not need to take PROG 123.
If you are following the AAST in Information Systems/Software Development track and have completed PROG 110 but not PROG 117, then register for PROG 120, you are required to take PROG 123.
If you are following the AAST in Information Systems/Business Analyst track and have completed PROG 109, PROG 110 AND PROG 117, no more programming classes are required.
If you are following the AAST in Information Systems/Business Analyst track and have completed PROG 109, PROG 110 but not PROG 117, you are required to take BUSIT 105 in place of PROG 117.
PROG 117 and PROG 123 cannot both be taken for credit towards any credential.
To see some examples of what types of job titles you can obtain after completing a degree or certificate in this program, please visit the Center for Career Connections Career Pathways website.