Computer Operator/Programmer One-Year Certificate – Level One

You prefer logic over disarray, read nonfiction over poetry, and you do a pretty mean robot as well.  Beneath every computer application that makes life easier lies a maze of information that makes it work. What’s the missing piece of the puzzle? You. Register today. It makes sense.

Degree Plan

Summer I Hours   Summer II Hours
BCIS 1305
Business Computer Applications
3   ACCT 2301
Principals of Financial Accounting
Total 3   Total 3


Fall Semester Hours   Spring Semester Hours
ITSE 1329

Programming Logic and Design

3   IMED 1316
Web Design I
COSC 1336
Programming Fundamentals I
3   COSC 1337
Programming Fundamentals II
ITSW 1304
Introduction to Spreadsheets
3   ACNT 1311
Introduction to Computerized Accounting
ITNW 1308
Implementing and Supporting Client Operating Systems
3   Approved Elective* 3

12   Total

Total Hours




*Approved Electives:                    

COSC 2336 Programming Fundamentals III,

CPMT 1311 Introduction to Computer Maintenance,

ITMT 1303 Querying MS SQL Server with Transact-SQL,

ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking Technologies,

ITNW 1345 Implementing Network Directory Services,

ITNW 1351 Fundamentals of Wireless LANs,

ITNW 1353 Supporting Network Server Infrastructure,

ITNW 1354 Implementing and Supporting Servers,

ITSC 1315 Project Management Software,

ITSC 1321 Intermediate PC Operating Systems,

ITSC 2339 Personal Computer Help Desk Support,

ITSE 1330 Introduction to C# Programming,

ITSE 1331 Introduction to Visual BASIC Programming,

ITSW 1310 Presentation Media Software,

ITSY 1342 Information Technology Certificate

Gainful Employment

Have questions about this program, the costs involved and what job prospects may exist in the marketplace?  Check our Gainful Employment report.

To learn more, please contact us.

Dr. Dixon Boyles
Dean of Business and Social Sciences