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Program Contacts

Dean Stacey Hilton (928) 717-7775

Quick Facts


About the Associate of Applied Science - Computer Systems and Applications

The Computer Systems and Applications degree program prepares students for employment in entry level positions in the computing field. Students interested in a transfer program in computer science or business information systems should see an academic advisor for an educational plan.

Note: Prior to enrolling in any Computer Systems and Applications (CSA) course, the student must complete CSA111 - Keyboarding or demonstrate mastery of keyboarding skills.

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Computer Systems and Applications Degree program, the learner will be able to:

  1. Define a problem with possible solutions and follow through to a possible solution. (CNT 110, CSA 110, CSA 126, CSA 161, CSA 164, CSA 167, CSA 170, CSA 179, CSA 201, CSA 266, CSA 281, CSA 282, CSA 294, WEB/ART 130)
  2. Identify and evaluate technology needs, and apply and adapt acquired skills to address the identified needs. (CNT 100, CNT 110, CSA 161, CSA 164, CSA 167, CSA 170, CSA 179, CSA 201, CSA 266, CSA 281, CSA 294)
  3. Communicate ideas clearly and effectively. (CNT 100, CNT 110, CSA 110, CSA 126, CSA 170, CSA 179, CSA 201, CSA 281, CSA 282, CSA 294, WEB/ART 130)
  4. Use technology to solve problems and increase productivity. (CNT 100, CNT 110, CSA 110, CSA 126, CSA 161, CSA 164, CSA 167, CSA 170, CSA 179, CSA 201, CSA 266, CSA 281, CSA 282, CSA 294, WEB/ART 130)
  5. Identify ethical issues in the business environment. (CSA 110, CSA 294)    

 

 

General and Program-Specific Requirements

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Note:  It is always best to discuss educational and career goals with an academic advisor prior to enrolling in any courses.  Learn more about Academic Advising.