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CIT 110 A+ Hardware (3 credits)
Techniques of personal computer hardware maintenance and installation. Course covers hardware and software diagnostics, system troubleshooting, and methods of achieving effective system upgrades to enhance capabilities or improve system performance.

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CIT 112 Network + (3 credits)
Course covers computer network infrastructure, network uses, and basic network management issues. CIT 112 has no prerequisite but assumes that students are familiar with computer hardware, have a basic understanding of stand alone operating systems, and can use applications software.

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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CIT 151 Beginning Web Development (3 credits)
Create and maintain web pages using HTML. Build interactive web pages using dynamic HTML. Topics include images, tables, frames, CSS styles, forms, FTP, and site maintenance.

Prerequisite: Must have completed IS 201.

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CIT 173 Linux Installation and Configuration (3 credits)
Course covers Linux installation, configuration, and workstation operating system concepts.

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CIT 174 Linux System Administration (3 credits)
Covers concepts required for Linux server system administration and common networking services configuration, operation, and management. There is no formal prerequisite, however, CIT 173 or a basic understanding of either the UNIX or Linux workstation environment is recommended.

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CIT 180 Database Concepts and SQL (3 credits)
This class is targeted for people with little or no SQL knowledge. The objective of this class is to familiarize students with database concepts that will be needed by programmers as well as professionals maintaining data management systems in such as those used in GIS. The class is accented with hands-on learning in Structured Query Language (SQL) and SQL procedures.

Prerequisite: Must have completed CS 135.

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CIT 198 Special Topics in Computer Info Technology (1 credits)
Various short courses and workshops covering a variety of subjects in computer and information technology. The course will be variable credit depending on the class content and number of hours required to cover that content. No prerequisites, but various skills may be recommended depending on class content, see syllabus for any such recommendations. [S/U]

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CIT 201 Word Certification Preparation (3 credits)
A hands-on course building on the foundation laid in COT 151 and continuing on to sophisticated manipulation of word processing software. Topics include tables, graphic boxes, clip art, desktop publishing, fonts, macros, styles, and spreadsheets. Recommend: COT 151. (Formerly CIT 201, Word Certification Preparation)

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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CIT 202 Excel Certification Preparation (3 credits)
In-depth exploration of Excel spreadsheets. Topics include advanced functions, importing and exporting data, multiple tables and workbooks, pivot tables, macros, and VBA. Team and student projects are conducted. (Formerly CIT 202, Excel Certification Preparation)

Prerequisite: Must have completed IS 201. Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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CIT 203 Access Certification Preparation (3 credits)
In-depth exploration of Access database management. Topics include tables, relationships, queries, forms, and reports. Macros, VBA modules, and web pages are created. Team and student projects are conducted in building and maintaining a database. Access 2007 required.(Formerly CIT 203, Access Certification Preparation)

Prerequisite: Must have completed IS 201. Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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CIT 211 Microsoft Networking I (3-5 credits)
Course covers MS Windows workstation/client operating systems concepts in both a network and stand alone environment. (Formerly CIT 211, MCSE I)

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CIT 212 Microsoft Networking II (3-5 credits)
Introduces students to computer network server administration and management using MSMCSE II. CIT 211 or an advanced understanding of a Windows desktop environment is recommended.

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CIT 213 Microsoft Networking III (3-5 credits)
Teaches strategies and tactics for implementing, administering, and troubleshooting information systems that incorporate Windows NT Server or Windows 2000 Server in an enterprise computing environment. (Formerly CIT 213, MCSE III)

Prerequisite: Must have completed CIT 212.

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CIT 214 Microsoft Networking IV (3-5 credits)
Course covers computer network directory services using Microsoft's Active Directory Services. (Formerly CIT 214, MCSE IV)

Prerequisite: Must have completed CIT 212.

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CIT 215 Microsoft Networking V (3-5 credits)
Various topics in networking using Microsoft products aimed at the less common MCSE electives. Unlimited repeatability. (Formerly CIT 215, MCSE Elective)

Prerequisite: Must have completed CIT 212.

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CIT 217 Security + (3 credits)
Prepares professionals with some networking experience and who possess a thorough knowledge of TCP/IP to take and pass the CompTIA Security + certification exam. Topics will include general security basics of cryptography and operational/ organizational security. Working knowledge and network servers or associated certifications would be considered essential.

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CIT 252 Web Database Development (3 credits)
Interactive web pages will be built to accomplish store front applications. Storefront software will be used to produce shopping cart applications with product display, shopping cart, check out, and confirmation web pages along with several databases.

Prerequisite: Must have completed IS 201 or CIT 151 or CIT 129 or CIT 203 or GRC 188.

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CIT 261 VBA Programming for Microsoft Office (3 credits)
Visual Basic for applications involves programming inside Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, and Access. This is the most common type of programming in today's work world and creates more interactivity in the office software.

Prerequisite: Must have completed CIT 129 or CIT 202 or CIT 203.

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CIT 264 Operating System Security (3 credits)
Covers a full range of security concepts, techniques, and applications as required by server operating systems and networks. This will include VPNs, authentication, encryption, and patching. It will culminate in discussions of monitoring, auditing, and disaster recovery. Recommended prerequisite: CIT 212 or CIT 173.

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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CIT 301 Network Management Essentials (1 credits)
Designed for non-graphic majors. Covers essential concepts in graphic communications required for a manager of digital technology systems. Students will start work on individual portfolios of their achievements during this degree program. [S/U]

Prerequisite: Must have completed an AAS degree.

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CIT 303 Intermediate Survey of Computing (3 credits)
This course surveys essential concepts in a wide range of computing fields including database management, GIS, graphic communications, networking, and programming required by managers of computing systems and departments. This class assumes students understand at least one area of computing well then builds on that understanding to provide them with a survey of additional computing technologies that IT managers could reasonably be expected to facilitate and supervise.

Prerequisite: Must have completed an AAS degree and either COT 204 or CIT 211.

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CIT 361 Tcp/Ip:Managing Network Resources (3 credits)
Course provides in-depth coverage of TCP/IP concepts, protocols, and programming including IPv6.

Prerequisite: Must have completed (CIT 112 or CIT 301 or CIT 303) and MATH 116 or higher.

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CIT 454 E Commerce (3 credits)
eCommerce concepts and topics will be examined. Working eCommerce sites will be developed on the Internet.

Prerequisite: Must have declared AAS - Web Specialist Emphasis or have completed COT 301 or CIT 303.

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