3315 | Computer Systems and Information Technology

Occupational Certificate

Description of Program:

The purpose of this program is to prepare you for employment or advanced training in a variety of occupations in the information technology industry. Program focuses on broad, transferable skills and stresses understanding and demonstration of the following elements of the information technology industry; technical and product skills, underlying principles of technology, planning, management, finance, labor issues, community issues and health, safety, and environmental issues. The course content includes, but is not limited to communication, leadership skills, human relations and employability skills; and safe, efficient work practices.

Length: 900 contact hours / 30 occupational credits


First Term
  EEV 0560 Introduction to PC Hardware   60
  EEV 0560L Introduction to PC Hardware Lab   180
  EEV 0540 Introduction to PC Software   60
  EEV 0540L Introduction to PC Software Lab   180
Second Term
  EEV 0565 Networking Hardware and Infrastructure   60
  EEV 0565L Networking Hardware and Infrastructure Lab   180
  EEV 0598 Networking Software, Security, and Administration   60
  EEV 0598L Networking Software, Security, and Administration Lab   180
NOTE:  EEV 0360L is still active as a standalone lab. All new labs are equivalent to EEV 0360L.
Gainful Employment Disclosure


Award Year 2012-2013
Students Completing Program* NA
Program Costs:  
  Tuition and Fees NA
  Books and Supplies NA
  Total NA
Debt at Program Completion:  
  Median of Federal Loans NA
  Median of Private Loans NA
Program Completion in Normal Time:  
  Normal Program Length NA
  Students Completing in Normal Time NA
Job Placement Rate for Completers: NA
NA - Data Not Available  
* - Completers data based on fiscal year (July 1 - June 30)