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  1. 1. Experience the POWER Computer Information Technology Students can achieve additional certifications by selecting the following technical electives: MCTS Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration __Network Management (IN 237) Windows Server 2008 Applications Platform Configuration __Enterprise Networking I (IN 140) MCITP DATABASE ADMINISTRATION Database Administrator ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE __Designing a Database Server Infrastructure (IN 268) Your Butler experience will prepare you to design and manage the construction of databases and related software programs and __Optimizing and Maintaining a applications, including the linking of individual data sets to create Database Solution (IN 269) complex searchable databases (warehousing) and the use of Windows Server 2008 Administrator analytical search tools (mining). This program provides training for the __Enterprise Networking I (IN 140) following certifications: CompTIA A+, MCITP: Database Administrator, __Networking Management (IN 237) MCTS: Windows Vista Configuration, MCTS: Windows Server 2008 __Network Directory Services I (IN 150) Networking Infrastructure Configuration, MCTS: SQL Server 2005. Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator __Enterprise Networking I (IN 140) General Education Requirements 15 Hours __Networking Management (IN 237) Communications __Network Directory Services II (IN 250) __English Comp I (EG 101) 3 __Technical Writing (EG 112) 3 CompTIA Linux + __Public Speaking (SP 100) 3 Linux on the Desktop (IN 240) Linux as a Server (IN 249) Science, Math and Computer Science A total of 63 credit hours is required for this degree. In addition to the __Math Requirement (MA 114 or above) 3 15 credit hours of general education requirements and 42 credit hours Social/Behavioral Science of required courses, choose 6 credit hours of Technical electives. __Sociology (BS 105) OR 3 Database Administration __General Psychology (BS 160) 3 Career Program Degree Offered: Associate in Applied Science in Database Administration Credits Required: 63 Required Courses 42 Hours Contact: Steve Strom, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6143 First Semester __Programming Concepts (IN 105) 3 Prior to Admission Students enrolling in Computer Information Technology programs need to be computer __Supporting Desktop Systems (IN 106) 3 literate and able to manipulate basic computer applications. Because of the high level of __Supporting Networked Comp. (IN 133) 3 math and reading required in Information Technology, students should have ASSET math and reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in Math. Second Semester Articulation Agreements __Network Servers** (IN 131) 3 K-State at Salina __Network Clients (IN 130) 3 Related Programs __Networking and Architectures (IN 2000) 3 Database Administration __Introduction to SQL Language (IN 228) 3 Digital Media Digital Media Specialist Digital Media Business Specialist Third Semester e-Business Application __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 Information Assurance & Digital Forensics __Designing DB Serv. Infrastructure (IN 268) 3 Internetworking Management Internetworking Management Business Specialist __Optimizing/Maintaining Data Sol. (IN 269) 3 Software Development __SQL Server 2005 Implementation (IN 238) 3 Web Development __C# (IN201) 3 Web Development Specialist Web Development Business Specialist Windows Administration Fourth Semester __Princ of Info Assurance (IN 2001) 3 Recommended Course Sequence __Small Bus Mgmt (BA 109) OR Some courses are offered only in the spring or fall semesters. Ask your advisor or instructor for details as you plan your class schedule. __Intro to Marketing (BA 140) 3 Wages: Salary/hourly rates are dependent on skill level, experience and location. Technical Electives 6 Hours Additional Costs Any IN courses Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and subject to change. 2008 - 2009 CATALOG 47
  2. 2. Experience the POWER DIGITAL MEDIA A total of 63 credit hours is required for this degree. In addition to the 15 credit hours of general education requirements and 45 credit hours ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE of required courses, choose 3 credit hours from the list of Related Your Butler experience will prepare you to use graphics, sound, and Electives below: video software to manipulate images and information originating as film, video, still photographs, digital copy, soundtracks, and physical Digital Media objects. Students create multimedia projects designed to inform, Career Program educate and entertain. Degree Offered: Associate in Applied Science General Education Requirements Credits Required: 63 Course 15 Hours Contact: Skyler Lovelace, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6229 Communications 9 Prior to Admission __English Comp I (EG 101) 3 Students enrolling in Computer Information Technology programs __Public Speaking (SP 100) 3 need to be computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer __One other course (EG 102 or EG 112) 3 applications. Because of the high level of math and reading required in Information Technology, students should have ASSET math and Science, Math and Computer Science 3 reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in Math. __Math Requirement (MA 114 or above) 3 Related Programs Social/Behavioral Science/Fine Arts 3 Database Administration One course from the following Digital Media __Sociology (BS 105) 3 Digital Media Specialist __General Psychology (BS 160) 3 Information Assurance & Digital Forensics __Art Appreciation (AR 100) 3 Internetworking Management Software Development Required Courses 45 Hours Web Development First Semester Web Development Specialist __Cyber Marketing (BA 219) 3 Windows Administration __Programming Concepts (IN 105) 3 __Flash Fundamentals (IN 115) 3 Recommended Course Sequence __Digital Graphics w/Photoshop (IN 122) 3 Some courses are offered only in the spring or fall semesters. Ask your __Intro to Digital Design (IN 124) 3 advisor or instructor for details as you plan your class schedule. Second Semester Wages: Salary/hourly rates are dependent on skill level, experience __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 and location. __Digital Video Editing (IN 117) 3 __Digital Audio (IN 119) 3 Additional Costs __Logo Design w/Illustrator (IN 123) 3 Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and subject to change. Third Semester __3D Computer Animation I (BA 128) 3 __Flash ActionScript (IN 216) 3 __2D Animation & Cartooning I (IN 217) 3 __Info Technology Ethics (IN 275) 3 Fourth Semester __Digital Media Publishing Tools (IN 208) 3 __Digital Media Capstone (IN 299) 3 Related Electives 3 __3D Computer Animation II (BA 228) 3 __Dreamweaver (IN 114) 3 __XML Programming (IN 116) 3 __Info Tech Business Solutions (IN 290) 3 __Internships (IN 193, 194) 1-3 __Cooperative Ed I, II, III, IV (IN 197, 198, 297, 298) 2-6 __Special Topics (IN 253) 3 __Special Topics (IN 254) 3 48 BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
  3. 3. Experience the POWER Digital Media Specialist Certificate DIGITAL MEDIA SPECIALIST Certificate of Completion in CERTIFICATE Digital Media Specialist Your Butler experience will prepare you to use graphics, sound, and Credits Required: 36 video software to manipulate images and information originating Contact: Skyler Lovelace, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6229 from film, video, still photographs, digital copy, soundtracks, and physical objects. Students create multimedia projects designed to Program Information inform, educate and entertain. This certificate program can be converted to the Digital Media Associate in Applied Science degree by adding the appropriate Required Courses 33 Hours general education courses which will add to your employability and __Flash Fundamentals (IN 115) 3 future income. Cooperative Education opportunities will also add to __Digital Video Editing (IN 117) 3 your income potential. __Digital Audio (IN 119) 3 __Logo Design w/ Illustrator (IN 123) 3 Prior to Admission __Intro to Digital Design (IN 124) 3 Students enrolling in Computer information Technology programs __Digital Media Publishing Tools (IN 208) 3 need to be computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer __2D Animation & Cartooning (IN 217) 3 applications. Because of the high level of math and reading required __Information Technology Ethics (IN 275) 3 in Information Technology, Students should have ASSET math and __Digital Media Capstone (IN 299) 3 reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in Math. __3D Computer Animation I (BA 128) 3 __Digital Graphics w/Photoshop (IN 122) 3 Related Programs Database Administration, Digital Media, Digital Media Specialist, Certificate requires 33 credit hours. Digital Media Business Specialist, e-Business Application, Information Assurance & Digital Forensics, Internetworking Management, Internetworking Management Business Specialist, Software Development, Web Development, Web Development Specialist, Web Development Business Specialist, Windows Administration Recommended Course Sequence Some courses are offered only in the spring or fall semesters. Ask your advisor or instructor for details as you plan your class schedule. Wages: Salary/hourly rates are dependent on skill level, experience and location. Additional Costs Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and subject to change. 2008 - 2009 CATALOG 49
  4. 4. Experience the POWER reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in math. INFORMATION ASSURANCE & Articulations K-State at Salina DIGITAL FORENSICS Related Programs ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE Database Administration Digital Media Your Butler experience will prepare you to assess the security needs Digital Media Specialist of computer and network systems, recommend safeguard solutions, e-Business Application and manage the implementation and maintenance of security Information Assurance & Digital Forensics devices, systems, and procedures. Students completing the curriculum Internetworking Management mapped to National Security Administration (NSA) standards will Software Development receive the corresponding CNSS 4011 certification, that designates Web Development federal training standards. Web Development Specialist Windows Administration General Education Requirements 15 Hours Recommended Course Sequence Communications 9 Some courses are offered only in the __English Comp I (EG 101) 3 spring or fall semesters. Ask your __Technical Writing (EG 112) 3 advisor or instructor for details as __Public Speaking (SP 100) 3 you plan your class schedule. Science, Math and Computer Science 3 __Math Requirement (MA 135 or above) 3 INFORMATION ASSURANCE Social/Behavioral Science 3 & DIGITAL FORENSICS __Sociology (BS 105) OR General Psychology (BS 160) 3 CERTIFICATE Your Butler experience will prepare students with information Required Courses 45 Hours technology experience for careers as Systems Assurance Auditor, First Semester Information Security Officer, IT Security Analyst, Network Security __Programming Concepts (IN 105) 3 Architect, or Computer Forensics Analyst. Because the curriculum has __Supporting Desktop Systems (IN 106) 3 been mapped to the National Security Administration (NSA) standards, __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 students satisfactorily completing the following coursework will __Supporting Networked Comp (IN 133) 3 receive the corresponding CNSS 4011 certification. Second Semester Required Courses 27 Hours __Network Clients (IN 130) 3 __Supporting Desktop Systems (IN 106) 3 __Network Server (IN 131) 3 __Network Clients (IN 130) 3 __Advanced Netwkg Architecture (IN 2000) 3 __Network Server (IN 131) 3 __Principles of Info Assurance (IN 2001) 3 __Principles of Info Assurance (IN 2001) 3 Third Semester __Network Security (IN 2002) 3 __Network Management (IN 237) 3 __Secure Electronic Commerce (IN 2003) 3 __SQL Server Implementation (IN 238) 3 __Enterprise Security Mgt. (IN 2004) 3 __Network Security (IN 2002) 3 __Digital Forensics (IN 2005) 3 __Secure Electronic Commerce (IN 2003) 3 __Advanced Netwkg Architecture (IN 2000) 3 Fourth Semester __Enterprise Security Mgt. (IN 2004) 3 A total of 27 credit hours is required for this degree. __Digital Forensics (IN2005) 3 __Small Business Management (BA 109) OR Information Assurance and Digital Forensics Certificate of Completion Intro to Marketing (BA 140) 3 Credits Required: 27 Contact: Larry Evans, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6142 A total of 60 credit hours is required for this degree. Additional Costs Information Assurance and Digital Forensics Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and subject to change Career Program Degree offered: Associate in Applied Science Prior to Admission Credits Required: 60 Students enrolling in Computer Information Technology programs need to be Contact: Larry Evans, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6142 computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer applications. Because Additional Costs of the high level of math and reading required in Information Technology, Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and subject to change students should have ASSET math and reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in math. Prior to Admission Students enrolling in Computer Articulations Information Technology programs need K-State at Salina to be computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer applications. Because of the high level of math and reading required in Information Technology, students should have ASSET math and 50 BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
  5. 5. Experience the POWER MCSA INTERNETWORKING __Network Management (IN 237) __SQL Server 2005 Implementation (IN 238) MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE MCSE __Enterprise Networking (IN 140) Your Butler experience will prepare you to oversee and regulate the computer system and performance requirements of an entire __Network Directory I (IN 150) organization or network of satellite users. Instruction includes __Network Management (IN 237) performing balancing; redundancy; CISCO router configuration; Local __SQL Server 2005 Implementation (IN 238) and Wide Area Networking. This program provides training for the __Network Directory Services II (IN 250) following certifications: CISCO CCNA and CompTIA A+. Courses are taught by CISCO Certified Academy Instructors (CCAI). MCDBA __Enterprise Networking I (IN 140) General Education Requirements 15 Hours __Intro to Database Management (IN 223) Communications 9 __Client Server Application Dev (IN 224) __English Comp I (EG 101) 3 __Technical Writing (EG 112) 3 CompTIA Linux + __Public Speaking (SP 100) 3 __Linux on the Desktop (IN 240) __Linux as a Server (IN 249) Science, Math and Computer Science 3 __Math Requirement (MA 114 or above) 3 Internetworking Management Career Program Social/Behavioral Science 3 Degree Offered: __Sociology (BS 105) OR Associate in Applied Science __General Psychology (BS 160) 3 Credits Required: 63 Contact: Larry Evans, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6142 Required Courses 36 Hours First Semester Articulation Agreements __Programming Concepts (IN 105) 3 K-State at Salina __Supporting Desktop Systems (IN 106) 3 __Supporting Networked Comp. (IN 133) 3 Accreditation Second Semester Butler is an approved CISCO Academy. __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 __Network Clients (IN 130) 3 Additional Costs __Network Servers (IN 131) 3 Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and subject Third Semester to change. __Internetworking Fund (IN 245) 3 __Router Technologies (IN 246) 3 Prior to Admission Fourth Semester Students enrolling in Computer Information Technology programs __Routing & Switching (IN 247) 3 need to be computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer __Internetworking Protocols (IN 248) 3 applications. Because of the high level of math and reading required __Princ of Info Assurance (IN 2001) 3 in Information Technology, students should have ASSET math and __Small Bus Mgmt (BA 109) OR reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in Math. __Intro to Marketing (BA 140) 3 Related Programs Technical Electives 12 Hours Database Administration, Digital Media, Digital Media Specialist, __PC Visual Basic Programming (IN 108) 3 Digital Media Business Specialist, e-Business Application, Information __Enterprise Networking (IN 140) 3 Assurance & Digital Forensics, Internetworking Management, __Network Directory Services I (IN 150) 3 Internetworking Management Business Specialist, Software __JAVA Programming (IN 211) 3 Development, Web Development, Web Development Specialist, Web __JAVA Prog & Web Design (IN 214) 3 Development Business Specialist, Windows Administration __Networking Management (IN 237) 3 __SQL Server 2005 Implementation (IN 238) 3 Recommended Course Sequence __Linux on the Desktop (IN 240) 3 Some courses are offered only in the spring or fall semesters. Ask your __Linux as a Server (IN 249) 3 advisor or instructor for details as you plan your class schedule. __Network Directory Services II (IN 250) 3 After Butler A total of 63 credit hours is required for this degree. In addition to the Recent graduates hold entry-level positions as Network and Computer 15 credit hours of general education requirements and 36 credit hours Systems Administrators of required courses, choose 12 credit hours of Technical electives. Wages: Salary/hourly rates are dependent on skill level, experience Students can achieve additional certifications by selecting the and location. following technical electives: 2008 - 2009 CATALOG 51
  6. 6. Experience the POWER Software Development Career Program SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Degree Offered: Associate in ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE Applied Science Credits Required: 63 Your Butler experience will prepare you to focus on the general Contact: Shiva Kumar, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6312 or writing and implementation of generic and customized programs to skumar@butlercc.edu drive operating systems including applying the methods and procedures of software design and programming to software Prior to Admission installation and maintenance. Students enrolling in Computer Information Technology programs need to be computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer General Education Requirements applications. Because of the high level of math and reading required Course 15 Hours in Information Technology, students should have ASSET math and Communications 9 reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in Math. __English Comp I (EG 101) 3 __Public Speaking (SP 100) 3 Related Programs __Technical Writing (EG 112) 3 Database Administration, Digital Media, Digital Media Specialist, Digital Media Business Specialist, e-Business Application, Information Science, Math and Computer Science 3 Assurance & Digital Forensics, Internetworking Management, __Math Requirement (MA 114 or above) 3 Internetworking Management Business Specialist, Software Development, Web Development, Web Development Specialist, Web Social/Behavioral Science Requirement 3 Development Business Specialist, Windows Administration __Sociology (BS 105) 3 or Recommended Course Sequence __General Psychology (BS 160) 3 Some courses are offered only in the spring or fall semesters. Ask your advisor or instructor for details as you plan your class schedule. Required Courses 36 Hours Articulation First Semester K-State at Salina __Programming Concepts (IN 105) 3 __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 After Butler __PC Visual Basic.NET (IN 108) 3 Recent graduates hold positions as computer programmers and related positions. Second Semester __Intro to Programming w/C++ (IN200) 3 Wages: Salary/hourly rates are dependent on skill level, experience __Intro to SQL Language (IN 228) 3 and location. __Network Basic (IN 134) 3 Additional Costs Third Semester Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and are __Client Side Scripting (IN 2023) 3 subject to change. __C# (IN 201) 3 Fourth Semester __Java Programming (IN 211) 3 __Server Side Programming (IN2024) 3 __Principles of Info Assurance (IN2001) 3 __Network Clients (IN 130) 3 Related Electives 12 Hours __In any IN Courses A total of 63 credit hours is required for this degree. In addition to the 15 credit hours of general education requirements and 36 credit hours of required courses, choose any 12 “IN” credit hours. 52 BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
  7. 7. Experience the POWER Additional Costs WEB DEVELOPMENT Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE subject to change. Your Butler experience will prepare you to develop and maintain Web servers and their hosted Web pages and to function as Prior to Admission designated Webmaster. These skills are foundational for jobs such as Students enrolling in Computer Information Technology programs Web designer, Internet developer, interface designer, HTML scripter, need to be computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer and Web site coordinator. Web development skills are used in a applications. Because of the high level of math and reading required variety of jobs, including corporate communications, education, in Information Technology, students should have ASSET math and architecture, advertising. reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in Math. General Education Requirements Related Programs Database Administration, Digital Media, Digital Media Specialist, Course 15 Hours e-Business Application, Information Assurance & Digital Forensics Communications 9 Internetworking Management, Software Development, __English Comp I (EG 101) 3 Web Development, Web Development Specialist, __Public Speaking (SP 100) 3 Windows Administration __Technical Writing (EG 112) 3 Recommended Course Sequence Science, Math and Computer Science 3 Some courses are offered only in the spring or fall semesters. Ask your __Math Requirement (MA 114 or above) 3 advisor or instructor for details as you plan your class schedule. Social/Behavioral Science Requirement Articulation Humanities/Fine Arts 3 Kansas State University/Salina One course from the following __Sociology (BS 105) 3 After Butler __General Psychology (BS 160) 3 Recent graduates hold entry-level positions as Web Designers, Web __Art Appreciation (AR 100) 3 Developers, and Webmasters. Required Courses 42 Hours Wages: Salary/hourly rates are dependent on skill level, experience and location. First Semester __Programming Concepts (IN 105) 3 __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 WEB DEVELOPMENT __Introduction to Digital Design (IN 124) 3 __Web Graphics (IN 135) 3 SPECIALIST Second Semester CERTIFICATE __Flash Fundamentals (IN 115) 3 Your Butler experience will prepare you to develop and maintain __Dreamweaver (IN 114) 3 __Network Basics (IN 134) 3 Web servers and their hosted Web pages and to function as __Client Side Scripting (IN 2023) 3 designated Webmaster. These skills are foundational for jobs such as Web designer, Internet developer, interface designer, HTML scripter, Third Semester and Web site coordinator. Web development skills are used in a variety __Intro. to SQL Language (IN 228) 3 of jobs, including corporate communications, education, architecture, __2D Animation (IN 217) 3 and advertising. __Logo Designs w/Illustrator (IN 123) 3 Fourth Semester Required Courses 33 Hours __Server Side Programming (IN2024) 3 __Introduction to Programming (IN 105) 3 __Flash ActionScript (IN 216) 3 __Network Basics (IN 134) 3 __Princ. of Information Assurance (IN 2001) 3 __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 __Dreamweaver (IN 114) 3 Related Electives 6 Hours __Flash Fundamentals (IN 115) 3 Any IN class from multimedia, software development or networking. __Intro to Digital Design (IN 124) 3 In addition, the following BA classes are acceptable: __Web Graphics (IN 135) 3 __3D Computer Animation I (BA 128) 3 __Intro. to SQL Language or (IN 228) or __3D Computer Animation II (BA 228) 3 __Cyber Marketing (BA 219) 3 2D Animation (IN 217) 3 __Principles of Info Assurance (IN 2001) 3 A total of 63 credit hours is required for this degree. In addition to the 15 __Client Side Scripting or (IN 2023) or credit hours of general education requirements and 42 credit hours of Logo Design w/Illustrator (IN 123) 3 required courses, choose 6 credit hours from the list of Related Electives. __Server Side Programming or (IN 2024) or Flash ActionScript (IN 216) 3 Web Development Career Program Certificate requires 33 credit hours. Degree Offered: Associate in Applied Science Credits Required: 63 Contact: Shiva Kumar, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6132 or skumar@butlercc.edu 2008 - 2009 CATALOG 53
  8. 8. Experience the POWER MCTS Windows Server 2008 Applications Platform, Configuring WINDOWS ADMINISTRATION __Enterprise Networking I (IN 140) ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE MCITA (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) Your Butler experience will prepare you to manage the computer operations and networks based on Windows software. Includes Windows Server 2008 Administrator instruction in computer hardware and software applications; local and __Network Directory Services I (IN 150) wide area networking; network security; disc space and traffic load Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator monitoring; data backup; resource allocation; and setup and take __Enterprise Networking I, (IN 140) down procedures. This program provides training for the following __Network Directory Services II (IN 250) certifications: CompTIA A+, Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator Database Administrator (MCSA), and Technology Specialist (MCTS) in the technologies—1) __Designing a Database Windows Vista Configuration, 2) Windows Server 2008 Networking Server Infrastructure (IN 268) Infrastructure Configuration, 3) Windows Server 2008 Active Directory ____Optimizing and Maintaining a Configuration, 4) SQL Server 2005). Database Solution (IN 269) General Education Requirements 15 Hours Communications 9 CompTIA Linux + __English Comp I (EG 101) 3 __Linux on the Desktop (IN 240) __Technical Writing (EG 112) 3 __Linux as a Server (IN 249) __Public Speaking (SP 100) or Interpersonal Communication (SP 102) 3 * Denotes CISCO Certification Classes ** Denotes MCSA Certification Classes Science, Math and Computer Science 3 A total of 63 credit hours is required for this degree. In addition to the __Math Requirement (MA 114 or above) 3 15 credit hours of general education requirements and 39 credit hours of required courses, choose 9 credit hours of Technical electives. Social/Behavioral Science 3 __Sociology (BS 105) OR 3 Windows Administration __General Psychology (BS 160) 3 Career Program Required Courses 39 Hours Degree Offered: Associate in First Semester Applied Science Credits Required: 63 __Programming Concepts (IN 105) 3 Contact: Steve Strom, Lead Instructor, at 316.218.6143 __Supporting Desktop Systems (IN 106) 3 __Supporting Networked Comp. (IN 133) 3 Articulation Agreements Second Semester K-State at Salina __Network Servers** (IN 131) 3 __Adv. Networking & Architectures (IN 2000) 3 Prior to Admission __Introduction to SQL Language (IN 228) 3 Students enrolling in Computer Information Technology programs __Network Clients** (IN 130) 3 need to be computer literate and able to manipulate basic computer applications. Because of the high level of math and reading required Third Semester in Information Technology, students should have ASSET math and __XHTML w/CSS (IN 112) 3 reading scores of 39 or ACT scores of 18 in English and 21 in Math. __Networking Management** (IN 237) 3 __C# (IN201) 3 Related Programs __SQL Server 2005 Implementation (IN 238) 3 Database Administration, Digital Media, Digital Media Specialist Fourth Semester e-Business Application, Information Assurance & Digital Forensics Internetworking Management, Software Development __Princ. of Information Assurance (IN 2001) 3 Web Development, Web Development Specialist __Small Bus Mgmt (BA 109) OR Windows Administration __Intro to Marketing (BA 140) 3 Technical Electives 9 Hours Recommended Course Sequence Any IN course. Some courses are offered only in the spring or fall semesters. Ask your advisor or instructor for details as you plan your class schedule. Students can achieve additional certifications by selecting the following technical electives: Wages: Salary/hourly rates are dependent on skill level, experience CCNA and location. __CCNA 1 Interworking Fund. (IN 245) Additional Costs __CCNA 2 Router Technologies (IN 246) __Routing and Switching (IN 247) Additional lab fees are assessed to each program course and subject __Internetworking Protocols (IN 248) to change. 54 BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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