What advice would you give other students?
“Network yourself with faculty and students and take advantage of all of the services that the college has to offer. Always network because you never know when faculty or classmates could help to provide job opportunities. Be sure to utilize college services that are available such as Barbara Roback in Career Services, as she can help you appear more attractive as a job candidate.”
Information Technology Management B.B.A.
Course DescriptionComputer Applications I
A survey of equipment and programs used in common computer systems. Topics include internal storage, input/output devices, operating systems, popular applications packages. Current and future trends will be discussed in reference to networks, mainframe and microcomputers. (Note: This course may be challenged with a formal testout process. Contact your advisor or CIT Dept. for information) 3 credits (3 lecture hours), fall and spring semester