Students enrolled in the information technology associate degree program benefit from an IT curriculum that offers a comprehensive general education. Courses are taught by knowledgeable faculty with years of real-world, hands-on experience.
ECO 201 – Microeconomics, MAT 136 – Introduction to Quantitative Analysis, and MAT 243 – Applied Statistics for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are dictated courses for the General Education Program. One (1) General Education course must be from Fine Arts and Humanities (EFAH). One (1) General Education course must be from Science, Technology, and Mathematics (ESTM).
New students are eligible to take a free math assessment that, depending on their score, can earn them up to six math credits toward their degree, saving time and money. Learn more today.