Associate of Science in Computer Information Systems
Alexandria Technical & Community College
Alexandria Technical and Community College currently offers an online Associate of Science in Computer Information Technology designed to prepare students for work in computers for processing, managing, and communicating information. Courses give students the ability to communicate complex technical issues in the areas of computer hardware, software, and networks in a way that computer users can understand. Curriculum covers computer operations and terminology, operating systems, database, networking, security, and technical support.
The Computer Informations Technology degree is ideal for students who wish to:
- Pursue entry-level positions with businesses, school systems, governmental agencies, or other organizations that rely on computer systems to manage their information
- Provide tech support skills assisting customers, clients, or members of an organization or institution
- Diagnose technical problems and offer customer solutions.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System
Official transcripts from high school and all colleges attended.
Alexandria Technical and Community College is a public, 2-year institution located in Alexandria, Minnesota, and gives students the opportunity to pursue more than 50 programs of study. Students can complete programs ranging from Associate’s degrees in Business and Accounting to furthering skill sets in Mechatronics and Design & Engineering Technology. Additionally, students can enroll in Associate’s degree programs targeting General Education or follow more specific career paths.
Alexandria Technical and Community College understands that busy lifestyles and nontraditional students require greater flexibility. Therefore, online opportunities provide a solution. Online coursework retains high academic standards. Students have access to individualized attention through personal advocates and the college also provides ongoing technical support. An online self-assessment allows students to test readiness for online learning.
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