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  • 1. Effective Term CURRENT CURRICULUM STANDARD Fall 2003 [2003*03] Curriculum Program Title Information Systems Code A25260 Concentration (not applicable) Curriculum Description The Information Systems curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for employment with organizations that use computers to process, manage, and communicate information. This is a flexible program, designed to meet community information systems needs. Course work includes computer systems terminology and operations, logic, operating systems, database, data communications/networking, and related business topics. Studies will provide experience for students to implement, support, and customize industry-standard information systems. Graduates should qualify for a wide variety of computer-related, entry-level positions that provide opportunities for advancement with increasing experience and ongoing training. Duties may include systems maintenance and troubleshooting, support and training, and business applications design and implementation. Curriculum Requirements* I. General Education. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 15 semester hours including at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of communications. Diploma programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of general education; 3 semester hours must be in communications. General education is optional in certificate programs. II. Major Hours. AAS, diploma, and certificate programs must include courses which offer specific job knowledge and skills. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in a degree or diploma program up to a maximum of 8 semester hours and in a certificate program up to a maximum of 2 semester hours. (see back of page for Major Hours requirements) III. Other Required Hours. A college may require other subjects or courses to complete graduation requirements. These requirements may include electives, orientation, study skills courses, or other graduation requirements. AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum General Education Hours 15 6 0 Minimum Major Hours 49 30 12 Other Required Hours 0-7 0-4 0-1 Total Semester Hours Credit in Program 64-76 36-48 12-18 *Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic use of computers.
  • 2. CURRENT Major Hours A. Core. The subject/course core is comprised of subject areas and/or specific courses which are required for each curriculum program. A diploma program offered under an approved AAS program standard or a certificate which is the highest credential level awarded under an approved AAS program standard must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit derived from the subject/course core of the AAS program. B. Concentration (if applicable). A concentration of study must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit from required subjects and/or courses. The majority of the course credit hours are unique to the concentration. The required subjects and/or courses that make up the concentration of study are in addition to the required subject/course core. C. Other Major Hours. Other major hours must be selected from prefixes listed on the curriculum standard. A maximum of 9 semester hours credit may be selected from any prefix listed, with the exception of prefixes listed in the core or concentration. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in associate in applied science degree and diploma curriculum programs up to a maximum of 8 semester hours credit and in certificate programs up to a maximum of 2 semester hours credit. Information Systems A25260 AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum Major Hours Required 49 SHC 30 SHC 12 SHC A. CORE 16-19 SHC 12 SHC Required Courses: CIS 115 Intro to Prog & Logic 3 SHC CIS 130 Survey of Operating Systems 3 SHC CIS 152 Database Concepts & Apps 3 SHC Required Subject Areas: Basic Computer Skills. Select one: CIS 110 Introduction to Computers 3 SHC CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy 2 SHC Networking. Select one: NET 110 Data Comm/Networking 3 SHC NET 115 Telecom Fundamentals 2 SHC CIS 282 Networking Technology 3 SHC Business. Select one: ACC 111 Financial Accounting 3 SHC ACC 115 College Accounting 4 SHC ACC 120 Prin of Financial Acct 4 SHC ACC 170 Technical Accounting 3 SHC BUS 110 Introduction to Business 3 SHC BUS 151 People Skills 3 SHC BUS 152 Human Relations 3 SHC B. CONCENTRATION (not applicable) Information Systems A25260 (continued) C. OTHER MAJOR HOURS To be selected from the following prefixes: Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on November 13, 1996; Revised 07/17/98, Revised 04/05/00; Revised 08/15/01; SBCC Revised 05/17/02; SBCC Revised 11/15/02; Revised 03/03/04; Revised 11/17/04.
  • 3. ACC, BUS, CET, CIS, COE, CSC, DEA, DME, ECM, ECO, ELN, GIS, GRA, GRD, HPC, ISC, ITN, MAT, MIT, NET, OMT, OST, SGR, and **SPA ** This prefix is limited to a maximum of 3 SHC Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on November 13, 1996; Revised 07/17/98, Revised 04/05/00; Revised 08/15/01; SBCC Revised 05/17/02; SBCC Revised 11/15/02; Revised 03/03/04; Revised 11/17/04.
  • 4. Effective Term CURRENT CURRICULUM STANDARD Spring 2003 [2003*01] Curriculum Program Title Computer Programming Code A25130 Concentration (not applicable) Curriculum Description The Computer Programming curriculum prepares individuals for employment as computer programmers and related positions through study and applications in computer concepts, logic, programming procedures, languages, generators, operating systems, networking, data management, and business operations. Students will solve business computer problems through programming techniques and procedures, using appropriate languages and software. The primary emphasis of the curriculum is hands-on training in programming and related computer areas that provide the ability to adapt as systems evolve. Graduates should qualify for employment in business, industry, and government organizations as programmers, programmer trainees, programmer/analysts, software developers, computer operators, systems technicians, database specialists, computer specialists, software specialists, or information systems managers. Curriculum Requirements* I. General Education. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 15 semester hours including at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of communications. Diploma programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of general education; 3 semester hours must be in communications. General education is optional in certificate programs. II. Major Hours. AAS, diploma, and certificate programs must include courses, which offer specific job knowledge and skills. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in a degree or diploma program up to a maximum of 8 semester hours and in a certificate program up to a maximum of 2 semester hours. (See back of page for Major Hour requirements) III. Other Required Hours. A college may require other subjects or courses to complete graduation requirements. These requirements may include electives, orientation, study skills courses, or other graduation requirements. AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum General Education Hours 15 6 0 Minimum Major Hours 49 30 12 Other Required Hours 0-7 0-4 0-1 Total Semester Hours Credit in Program 64-76 36-48 12-18 CURRENT Major Hours *Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic use of computers.
  • 5. A. Core. The subject/course core is comprised of subject areas and/or specific courses which are required for each curriculum program. A diploma program offered under an approved AAS program standard or a certificate which is the highest credential level awarded under an approved AAS program standard must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit derived from the subject/course core of the AAS program. B. Concentration (if applicable). A concentration of study must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit from required subjects and/or courses. The majority of the course credit hours are unique to the concentration. The required subjects and/or courses that make up the concentration of study are in addition to the required subject/course core. C. Other Major Hours. Other major hours must be selected from prefixes listed on the curriculum standard. A maximum of 9 semester hours credit may be selected from any prefix listed, with the exception of prefixes listed in the core or concentration. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in associate in applied science degree and diploma curriculum programs up to a maximum of 8 semester hours credit and in certificate programs up to a maximum of 2 semester hours credit. Computer Programming A25130 AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum Major Hours Required 49 SHC 30 SHC 12 SHC A. CORE 25-27 SHC 14-15 SHC Courses required for the diploma are designated with * Required Courses: CIS 115 Intro to Programming and Logic 3 SHC CIS 152 Database Concepts and Applications 3 SHC Required Subject Areas: *Basic Computer Skills. Select one: CIS 110 Introduction to Computers 3 SHC CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy 2 SHC Networking. Select one: NET 110 Data Communications/Networking 3 SHC NET 115 Telecommunications Fundamentals 2 SHC CIS 282 Networking Technology 3 SHC Operating Systems. Select one: CIS 130 Survey of Operating Systems 3 SHC CIS 144 Operating System- DOS 3 SHC CIS 145 Operating System-Single-User 3 SHC CIS 146 Operating System- OS/2 3 SHC CIS 147 Operating System- Windows 3 SHC CIS 148 Operating System- Windows NT 3 SHC CIS 149 Operating System- MVS 3 SHC CIS 244 Operating System- AS/400 3 SHC CIS 245 Operating System- Multi-User 3 SHC CIS 246 Operating System- UNIX 3 SHC CIS 247 Operating System- DOS/VSE 3 SHC continued on next page Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on October 16, 1998; Revised 2/26/01; Revised 8/15/01; SBCC Revised 5/17/02; SBCC Revised 9/13/02; Revised 3/3/04; Revised 11/17/04.
  • 6. Computer Programming A25130 (continued) Programming. Select two: CSC 131 Assembly Programming 3 SHC CSC 132 BASIC Programming 3 SHC CSC 133 C Programming 3 SHC CSC 134 C++ Programming 3 SHC CSC 135 COBOL Programming 3 SHC CSC 136 FORTRAN Programming 3 SHC CSC 137 Pascal Programming 3 SHC CSC 138 RPG Programming 3 SHC CSC 139 Visual BASIC Programming 3 SHC CSC 140 Visual C Programming 3 SHC CSC 141 Visual C++ Programming 3 SHC CSC 142 Visual COBOL Programming 3 SHC CSC 148 JAVA Programming 3 SHC CSC 150 Visual RPG Programming 3 SHC CSC 160 Intro to Internet Prog 3 SHC *Advanced Programming. Select two: CSC 231 Advanced Assembler for IS 3 SHC CSC 232 Advanced BASIC 3 SHC CSC 233 Advanced C 3 SHC CSC 234 Advanced C++ 3 SHC CSC 235 Advanced COBOL 3 SHC CSC 236 Advanced FORTRAN 3 SHC CSC 237 Advanced Pascal 3 SHC CSC 238 Advanced RPG 3 SHC CSC 239 Advanced Visual Basic 3 SHC CSC 240 Advanced Visual C 3 SHC CSC 241 Advanced Visual C++ 3 SHC CSC 242 Advanced Visual COBOL 3 SHC CSC 248 Adv Internet Progr 3 SHC CSC 250 Advanced Visual RPG 3 SHC B. CONCENTRATION (not applicable) C. OTHER MAJOR HOURS To be selected from the following prefixes: ACC, BUS, CET, CIS, COE, CSC, DEA, DME, ECM, ECO, ELC, ELN, GRA, GRD, HPC, ISC, ITN, MAT, MIT, NET, OMT, OST, SGR and **SPA ** This prefix is limited to a maximum of 3 SHC. Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on October 16, 1998; Revised 2/26/01; Revised 8/15/01; SBCC Revised 5/17/02; SBCC Revised 9/13/02; Revised 3/3/04; Revised 11/17/04.
  • 7. Effective Term CURRENT CURRICULUM STANDARD Fall 2003 [2003*03] Curriculum Program Title Database Management Code A25150 Concentration (not applicable) Curriculum Description The Database Management curriculum prepares graduates for employment with organizations that use database management system software to process, manage, and communicate information. Additionally, the curriculum provides the student with a foundation to begin professional certification with Microsoft or ORACLE database programs. Course work includes terminology and design, database administration, backup and recovery, performance and tuning, database programming and tools, and related topics. Studies will provide experience for students to implement, support and manage industry standard database systems. Graduates should qualify for a wide variety of database and computer related entry-level positions that provide opportunities for advancement with increasing experience and ongoing training. Curriculum Requirements* I. General Education. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 15 semester hours including at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of communications. Diploma programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of general education; 3 semester hours must be in communications. General education is optional in certificate programs. II. Major Hours. AAS, diploma, and certificate programs must include courses which offer specific job knowledge and skills. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in a degree or diploma program up to a maximum of 8 semester hours and in a certificate program up to a maximum of 2 semester hours. (see back of page for Major Hours requirements) III. Other Required Hours. A college may require other subjects or courses to complete graduation requirements. These requirements may include electives, orientation, study skills courses, or other graduation requirements. AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum General Education Hours 15 6 0 Minimum Major Hours 49 30 12 Other Required Hours 0-7 0-4 0-1 Total Semester Hours Credit in Program 64-76 36-48 12-18 *Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic use of computers.
  • 8. CURRENT Major Hours A. Core. The subject/course core is comprised of subject areas and/or specific courses which are required for each curriculum program. A diploma program offered under an approved AAS program standard or a certificate which is the highest credential level awarded under an approved AAS program standard must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit derived from the subject/course core of the AAS program. B. Concentration (if applicable). A concentration of study must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit from required subjects and/or courses. The majority of the course credit hours are unique to the concentration. The required subjects and/or courses that make up the concentration of study are in addition to the required subject/course core. C. Other Major Hours. Other major hours must be selected from prefixes listed on the curriculum standard. A maximum of 9 semester hours credit may be selected from any prefix listed, with the exception of prefixes listed in the core or concentration. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in associate in applied science degree and diploma curriculum programs up to a maximum of 8 semester hours credit and in certificate programs up to a maximum of 2 semester hours credit. Database Management A25150 AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum Major Hours Required 49 SHC 30 SHC 12 SHC A. CORE 33 SHC Required Courses: ACC 120 Prin of Financial Acct 4 SHC CIS 110 Introduction to Computers 3 SHC CIS 115 Intro to Prog & Logic 3 SHC CIS 130 Survey of Operating Systems 3 SHC CIS 152 Database Concepts & Apps 3 SHC CIS 153 Database Applications 3 SHC CIS 154 Database Utilization 2 SHC CIS 157 Database Programming I 3 SHC CIS 286 Systems Analysis & Designs 3 SHC CSC 139 Visual BASIC Programming 3 SHC NET 110 Data Comm/Networking 3 SHC B. CONCENTRATION (not applicable) C. OTHER MAJOR HOURS To be selected from the following prefixes: ACC, CIS, COE, CSC, ECO, HPC, ITN, NET and **SPA ** This prefix is limited to a maximum of 3 SHC Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on August 16, 2002; SBCC Revised 11/15/02; Revised 3/3/04.
  • 9. Effective Term CURRENT CURRICULUM STANDARD Fall 2001 [2001*03] Curriculum Program Title Networking Technology Code A25340 Concentration (not applicable) Curriculum Description The Networking Technology curriculum prepares individuals for employment supporting local- and wide-area networks. Students will learn how to use technologies to provide for data, voice, image, and video communications in business, industry, and education. Course work includes design, installation, configuration, and management of local- and wide-area network hardware and software. Emphasis is placed on developing proficiency in the use of network management software and the use of hardware such as bridges and routers. Graduates may find employment in entry-level jobs as local area network managers, network operators, network analysts, and network technicians. Graduates may also be qualified to take certification examinations for various network products, depending on their local program. Curriculum Requirements* I. General Education. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 15 semester hours including at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of communications. Diploma programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of general education; 3 semester hours must be in communications. General education is optional in certificate programs. II. Major Hours. AAS, diploma, and certificate programs must include courses which offer specific job knowledge and skills. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in a degree or diploma program up to a maximum of 8 semester hours and in a certificate program up to a maximum of 2 semester hours. (see back of page for Major Hours requirements) III. Other Required Hours. A college may require other subjects or courses to complete graduation requirements. These requirements may include electives, orientation, study skills courses, or other graduation requirements. AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum General Education Hours 15 6 0 Minimum Major Hours 49 30 12 Other Required Hours 0-7 0-4 0-1 Total Semester Hours Credit in Program 64-76 36-48 12-18 *Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic use of computers.
  • 10. CURRENT Major Hours A. Core. The subject/course core is comprised of subject areas and/or specific courses which are required for each curriculum program. A diploma program offered under an approved AAS program standard or a certificate which is the highest credential level awarded under an approved AAS program standard must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit derived from the subject/course core of the AAS program. B. Concentration (if applicable). A concentration of study must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit from required subjects and/or courses. The majority of the course credit hours are unique to the concentration. The required subjects and/or courses that make up the concentration of study are in addition to the required subject/course core. C. Other Major Hours. Other major hours must be selected from prefixes listed on the curriculum standard. A maximum of 9 semester hours credit may be selected from any prefix listed, with the exception of prefixes listed in the core or concentration. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in associate in applied science degree and diploma curriculum programs up to a maximum of 8 semester hours credit and in certificate programs up to a maximum of 2 semester hours credit. Networking Technology A25340 AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum Major Hours Required 49 SHC 30 SHC 12 SHC A. CORE 30 SHC 18 SHC Courses required for the diploma are designated with * Required Courses: * NET 110 Data Com/Networking 3 SHC * NET 120 Network Install/Admin I 3 SHC * NET 220 Network Install/Admin II 3 SHC * NET 230 Wide Area Networking 3 SHC * NET 240 Network Design 3 SHC NET 250 Advanced Networks I 3 SHC NET 251 Advanced Networks II 3 SHC NET 260 Internet Development & Support 3 SHC NET 280 Networking Project 3 SHC Required Subject Areas: *Operating Systems. Select one: CIS 145 Operating System- Single–User 3 SHC CIS 148 Operating System- Windows NT 3 SHC CIS 245 Operating System-Multi-User 3 SHC CIS 246 Operating System-UNIX 3 SHC B. CONCENTRATION (Not applicable) C. OTHER MAJOR HOURS To be selected from the following prefixes: BUS, CIS, COE, CSC, NET, **SPA and TNE ** This prefix is limited to a maximum of 3 SHC Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on November 13, 1996; SBCC Revised 5/17/02.
  • 11. Effective Term CURRENT CURRICULUM STANDARD Fall 1999 [1999*03] Curriculum Program Title Internet Technologies Code A25290 Concentration (not applicable) Curriculum Description The Internet Technologies curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for employment with organizations that use computers to disseminate information via the Internet internally, externally, and/or globally. The curriculum will prepare students to create and implement these services. Course work includes computer and Internet terminology and operations, logic, operating systems, database and data communications/networking, and related topics. Studies will provide opportunities for students to implement, support, and customize industry-standard Internet technologies. Graduates should qualify for career opportunities as webmasters, Internet and intranet administrators, Internet applications specialists, Internet programmers and Internet technicians. Government institutions, industries, and other organizations employ individuals who possess the skills taught in this curriculum. Curriculum Requirements* I. General Education. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 15 semester hours including at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of communications. Diploma programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of general education; 3 semester hours must be in communications. General education is optional in certificate programs. II. Major Hours. AAS, diploma, and certificate programs must include courses which offer specific job knowledge and skills. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in a degree or diploma program up to a maximum of 8 semester hours and in a certificate program up to a maximum of 2 semester hours. (see back of page for Major Hours requirements) III. Other Required Hours. A college may require other subjects or courses to complete graduation requirements. These requirements may include electives, orientation, study skills courses, or other graduation requirements. AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum General Education Hours 15 6 0 Minimum Major Hours 49 30 12 Other Required Hours 0-7 0-4 0-1 Total Semester Hours Credit in Program 64-76 36-48 12-18 *Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic use of computers.
  • 12. CURRENT Major Hours A. Core. The subject/course core is comprised of subject areas and/or specific courses which are required for each curriculum program. A diploma program offered under an approved AAS program standard or a certificate which is the highest credential level awarded under an approved AAS program standard must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit derived from the subject/course core of the AAS program. B. Concentration. A concentration of study must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit from required subjects and/or courses. The majority of the course credit hours are unique to the concentration. The required subjects and/or courses that make up the concentration of study are in addition to the required subject/course core. C. Other Major Hours. Other major hours must be selected from prefixes listed on the curriculum standard. A maximum of 9 semester hours credit may be selected from any prefix listed, with the exception of prefixes listed in the core or concentration. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in associate in applied science degree and diploma curriculum programs up to a maximum of 8 semester hours credit and in certificate programs up to a maximum of 2 semester hours credit. Internet Technologies A25290 AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum Major Hours Required 49 SHC 30 SHC 12 SHC A. CORE 15 SHC 15 SHC Required Courses: CIS 172 Intro. to the Internet 3 SHC CSC 160 Intro. to Internet Programming 3 SHC ITN 140 Web Development Tools 3 SHC ITN 150 Internet Protocols 3 SHC NET 110 Data Comm. Networking 3 SHC B. CONCENTRATION (Not applicable) C. OTHER MAJOR HOURS To be selected from the following prefixes: BUS, CET, CIS, CSC, COE, ELC, ELN, ITN, MKT, NET, OST and **SPA ** This prefix is limited to a maximum of 3 SHC Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on May 21, 1999; Revised 02/21/01; SBCC Revised 05/17/02, Revised 06/15/04.
  • 13. Effective Term CURRENT CURRICULUM STANDARD Fall 2003 [2003*03] Curriculum Program Title Information Systems Security Code A25270 Concentration (not applicable) Curriculum Description Information Systems Security covers a broad expanse of technology concepts. This curriculum provides individuals with the skills required to implement effective and comprehensive information security controls. Course work includes networking technologies, operating systems administration, information policy, intrusion detection, security administration, attack methodology, and industry best practices to protect data communications. Graduates should be prepared for employment as security administrators. Additionally, they will acquire the skills that allow them to pursue security certifications. Curriculum Requirements* I. General Education. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 15 semester hours including at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of communications. Diploma programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of general education; 3 semester hours must be in communications. General education is optional in certificate programs. II. Major Hours. AAS, diploma, and certificate programs must include courses, which offer specific job knowledge and skills. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in a degree or diploma program up to a maximum of 8 semester hours and in a certificate program up to a maximum of 2 semester hours. (see back of page for Major Hours requirements) III. Other Required Hours. A college may require other subjects or courses to complete graduation requirements. These requirements may include electives, orientation, study skills courses, or other graduation requirements. AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum General Education Hours 15 6 0 Minimum Major Hours 49 30 12 Other Required Hours 0-7 0-4 0-1 Total Semester Hours Credit in Program 64-76 36-48 12-18 *Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic use of computers.
  • 14. CURRENT Major Hours A. Core. The subject/course core is comprised of subject areas and/or specific courses, which are required for each curriculum program. A diploma program offered under an approved AAS program standard or a certificate which is the highest credential level awarded under an approved AAS program standard must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit derived from the subject/course core of the AAS program. B. Concentration (if applicable). A concentration of study must include a minimum of 12-semester hours credit from required subjects and/or courses. The majority of the course credit hours are unique to the concentration. The required subjects and/or courses that make up the concentration of study are in addition to the required subject/course core. C. Other Major Hours. Other major hours must be selected from prefixes listed on the curriculum standard. A maximum of 9 semester hours credit may be selected from any prefix listed, with the exception of prefixes listed in the core or concentration. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in associate in applied science degree and diploma curriculum programs up to a maximum of 8 semester hours credit and in certificate programs up to a maximum of 2 semester hours credit. Information Systems Security A25270 AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum Major Hours Required 49 SHC 30 SHC 12 SHC A. CORE 33 SHC Courses restricted to this curriculum are designated with *** Required Courses: NET 112 Security Fundamentals & Policies 3 SHC *** NET 122 Secure Communications 3 SHC NET 222 Security Administration I 3 SHC NET 231 Intrusion Detection 3 SHC NET 232 Security Administration II 3 SHC *** NET 233 Defense In-Depth 3 SHC *** NET 275 Attack Methodology 3 SHC Required Subject Areas: Networking Basics. Select one: CIS 173 Network Theory 3 SHC CIS 282 Network Technology 3 SHC NET 110 Data Comm/Networking 3 SHC Networking Management. Select one: CIS 174 Network System Manager I 3 SHC CIS 175 Network Management I 3 SHC CIS 245 Oper Sys - Multi-user 3 SHC NET 120 Network Install/Admin I 3 SHC Operating Systems. Select one: CIS 246 Operating System – UNIX 3 SHC NET 145 Introduction to Linux 3 SHC Operating System Administration. Select one: CIS 279 UNIX System Admin 3 SHC NET 155 Linux System Administration 3 SHC Continued on next page Information Systems Security A25270 (Continued) B. CONCENTRATION (not applicable) C. OTHER MAJOR HOURS To be selected from the following prefixes: Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on February 21, 2002; SBCC Revised 5/17/02; SBCC Revised 11/15/02; Revised 3/26/03.
  • 15. CCT, CIS, CJC, COE, CSC, ITN, NET, **SPA, and TNE ** This prefix is limited to a maximum of 3 SHC Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on February 21, 2002; SBCC Revised 5/17/02; SBCC Revised 11/15/02; Revised 3/26/03.
  • 16. Effective Term CURRENT-FYI CURRICULUM STANDARD Fall 2003 [2003*03] Curriculum Program Title Information Systems Code A2526D Concentration Network Administration and Support Curriculum Description Network Administration and Support is a concentration under the curriculum title of Information Systems. This curriculum prepares students to install and support networks and develops strong analytical skills and extensive computer knowledge. Course work includes extensive hands-on experience with networks. Classes cover media types, topologies, and protocols with installation and support of hardware and software, troubleshooting network and computer problems, and administrative responsibilities. Graduates should qualify for positions such as: LAN/PC administrator, microcomputer support specialist, network control operator, communications technician/analyst, network/computer consultant, and information systems specialist. Graduates should be prepared to sit for certification exams, which can result in industry- recognized credentials. Curriculum Requirements* I. General Education. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 15 semester hours including at least one course from each of the following areas: humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, and natural sciences/mathematics. Degree programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of communications. Diploma programs must contain a minimum of 6 semester hours of general education; 3 semester hours must be in communications. General education is optional in certificate programs. II. Major Hours. AAS, diploma, and certificate programs must include courses, which offer specific job knowledge and skills. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in a degree or diploma program up to a maximum of 8 semester hours and in a certificate program up to a maximum of 2 semester hours. (See back of page for Major Hour requirements) III. Other Required Hours. A college may require other subjects or courses to complete graduation requirements. These requirements may include electives, orientation, study skills courses, or other graduation requirements. AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum General Education Hours 15 6 0 Minimum Major Hours 49 30 12 Other Required Hours 0-7 0-4 0-1 Total Semester Hours Credit in Program 64-76 36-48 12-18 *Within the degree program, the institution shall include opportunities for the achievement of competence in reading, writing, oral communication, fundamental mathematical skills, and basic use of computers.
  • 17. CURRENT-FYI Major Hours A. Core. The subject/course core is comprised of subject areas and/or specific courses, which are required for each curriculum program. A diploma program offered under an approved AAS program standard or a certificate which is the highest credential level awarded under an approved AAS program standard must include a minimum of 12 semester hours credit derived from the subject/course core of the AAS program. B. Concentration (if applicable). A concentration of study must include a minimum of 12-semester hour credit from required subjects and/or courses. The majority of the course credit hours are unique to the concentration. The required subjects and/or courses that make up the concentration of study are in addition to the required subject/course core. C. Other Major Hours. Other major hours must be selected from prefixes listed on the curriculum standard. A maximum of 9-semester hours credit may be selected from any prefix listed, with the exception of prefixes listed in the core concentration. Work experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships, may be included in associate in applied science degree and diploma curriculum programs up to a maximum of 8 semester hours credit and in certificate programs up to a maximum of 2 semester hours credit. Information Systems/Network Administration and Support A2526D AAS Diploma Certificate Minimum Major Hours Required 49 SHC 30 SHC 12 SHC A. CORE 16-19 SHC 12 SHC Courses required for the diploma are designated with * Required Courses: CIS 115 Intro to Prog & Logic 3 SHC CIS 130 Survey of Operating Systems 3 SHC CIS 152 Database Concepts & Apps 3 SHC Required Subject Areas: Basic Computer Skills. Select one: CIS 110 Introduction to Computers 3 SHC CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy 2 SHC Networking. Select one: NET 110 Data Comm/Networking 3 SHC NET 115 Telecom Fundamentals 2 SHC CIS 282 Networking Technology 3 SHC Business. Select one: ACC 111 Financial Accounting 3 SHC ACC 115 College Accounting 4 SHC ACC 120 Prin of Financial Acct 4 SHC ACC 170 Technical Accounting 3 SHC BUS 110 Introduction to Business 3 SHC BUS 151 People Skills 3 SHC BUS 152 Human Relations 3 SHC B. CONCENTRATION 15 SHC 15 SHC Courses unique to a concentration are designated with ** CIS 174 Network System Manager I 3 SHC CIS 175 Network Management I 3 SHC ** CIS 274 Network System Manager II 3 SHC ** CIS 275 Network Management II 3 SHC ** CIS 287 Network Support 3 SHC C. OTHER MAJOR HOURS To be selected from the following prefixes: ACC, BUS, CET, CIS, COE, CSC, ECO, ELC, ELN, GRA, GRD, ISC, ITN, MAT, MIT, NET, OMT, OST and *SPA ** This prefix is limited to a maximum of 3 SHC Approved by the State Board of Community Colleges on February 21, 2002; SBCC Revised 5/17/02; SBCC Revised 11/15/02; Revised 3/26/03.