Associate in Arts in Information Technology
The Associate in Arts in Information Technology program is designed to prepare students for the technologies required to support organizational processes. This program allows the student to explore state of the art information technology systems and concepts in order to gain a broader awareness of the competencies and skills required to support such systems.
Graduates of this program may apply all the credits earned toward a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.
Also available: a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and a Master of Science in Information Systems.
Credits earned from Strayer University do not automatically qualify the holder to participate in professional licensing examinations to practice certain information systems professions. General information about information systems licensure options is available from vendor-specific web sites such as Microsoft, Cisco, Project Management Institute, CompTia or EC-Council.
Area I-Core Component
|ACC 100||Accounting I||
|BUS 100||Introduction to Business||
|Total Credit Hours:||9.0
Area II-Major Component
|CIS 110||Computer Programming Design||
|CIS 111||Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems||
|CIS 175||Introduction to Networking||
|CIS 210||Systems Analysis and Development||
|Total Credit Hours:||18.0
Area III-General Education Component
Area IV-Elective Component
These courses are selected in consultation with the Campus Dean or Associate Campus Dean, or Success Coach.
All courses are 4.5 quarter credit hours.
Total Credit Hours: 90.0+Course and certification availability subject to change. Some courses may require prerequisites first be satisfied through completion of the course at Strayer University, transfer credit or review of previous certifications earned. Contact your Campus Dean, Associate Campus Dean, Dean of Advising, or Success Coach for additional information.