The Associate of Science in Information Technology Management degree focuses on the development of the technical, managerial and analytical skills necessary to design and maintain organizational information systems to satisfy business processing needs. These curricula fuse liberal arts, business, and information technology management education to prepare students for the ever-changing information management field.

Purpose 1
Self-Assesment & IT Career Planning
Purpose 2
Working in Groups
Purpose 3
IT Networks of Business
Purpose 4
Managing IT Systems
Field Component Hardware Troubleshooting Simulations Operating Systems Installations Network Implementation Lab Tech Support Labs
Constructive Action Self-Assessment & Career Development in IT Developing Professional Relationships in the IT Industry PCADeveloping Network Design for Business Designing E-Technology Solutions for Business
Values & Ethics Critical Thinking & Writing Contemporary Values & Classical Ethics Public Speaking & the Art of Persuasion American Government
Self & Others Computer Hardware Troubleshooting Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Apple OS Human Biology Intro to Sociology
Systems Computer Applications: For Profit and Non-Profit Management Computer Network Operations Principles of Business Principles of Management
Skills Computing Languages & Quantitative Reasoning Principles of Psychology Privacy, Security and Compliance Active Directory Management


  • Constructive Action

  • Liberal Arts

  • Business & Management
  • IT Management