CERTIFICATE OF TECHNICAL STUDIES PROGRAM
DIVISION: BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
Prospective students should be proficient with the Windows operating system and be able to manage files, move, change, cut/paste, resize, and manage multiple windows. Additionally, prospective students should be familiar with the World Wide Web. Students lacking the necessary skills should first take Computer & Internet Literacy (CMIN 201 ) or Survey of Computer Applications (ADOT 105 ). These classes will not count toward the required 24 credit hours.
The College also offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Technology, with a concentration in Web Design Specialist; and, a Career and Technical Certificate in Web Programming. Learn more about these programs: