2021-2022 Olympic College Catalog 
    
    Oct 03, 2022  
2021-2022 Olympic College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Technology-Networking, AAS-T


Associate in Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T)

Information Systems Technologists work with businesses, governments, and other organizations that use computer hardware and software every day. They provide day-to-day support for users. They make sure all parts of a computer system work to meet the organization's goals. They use their strong communications skills to help and work with a variety of people within an organization.

Graduates of the AAS-T, Information Technology - Networking, are prepared for the Olympic College BAS-IS program of for Information Tehcnology Networking positions such as system administrators, network administrators, system architects, network technicians, help desk, or other business-oriented systems environments.

Students planning to transfer should work closely with an advisor at the baccalaureate institution before analyzing their education plan. 

Faculty Contact Office
Becker, Richard 360.475.7370 12-224
  rbecker@olympic.edu  
     
Blackwell, Kevin 360.475.7379 12-215A
  kblackwell@olympic.edu  
     
Hanson, Dondi 360.475.7376 12-216A
  dhanson@olympic.edu  
     
Westlund, Mark 360.475.7357 12-225
  mwestlund@olympic.edu  

 

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  1. Effectively use computers to automate business information systems.
  2. Effectively analyze, design, and build application solutions to support business needs.
  3. Effectively analyze, design, and build Web solutions to support business needs.
  4. Effectively analyze, design, and build network solutions to support business needs.
  5. Effectively analyze, design, and deploy IT security solutions to support business needs.
  6. Effectively fulfill business needs with IT solutions.
  7. Effectively communicate in the context of common business practices.
  8. Work as a team member in a business information system environment to accomplish the goals of a global organization.
  9. Follow simple and complex directions, exhibit a high level of attention to detail, and will be able to demonstrate a strong adherence to good time management practices.

Required Courses (106 Credits)


Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Skills (5 Credits)


Electives (10 credits)


  • Credits: 5
  • Credits: 5
  • Credits: 5
  • Students planning to transfer to Old Dominion University (ODU) should select BUS& 101 and PSYC& 101

    Students planning to transfer to OC's BAS-IS program should select BUS& 101 and SOC& 101

    Students planning to transfer to Western Washington University's Computer and Information Systems Security program should select PSYC& 100 and SOC& 101.

Please Note


Program progression is contingent on a grade of 2.0 or above in each CIS and degree specialization course.