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College Of Technology

109 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI,48197
734.487.0354


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About the Program

The National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies formulated eight career pathways in Information Technology based on its research. These career pathways serve as a framework for identifying the knowledge bases through research initiatives, such as those of the Information Technology Association of America. The Network & Information Technology Administration program prepares students directly for two of the eight career paths-- Network Administration and Technical Support-- and indirectly for several others. Confidentiality, integrity and availability of information and networks are emphasized. Students are encouraged to gain experience in information technology as well as to seek industry and professional certification as part of their overall credentials.

   
   

About the Curriculum

General Education Requirements 40 Credit Hours
 
General Education Requirements 3 Credit Hours

BMMT201 Microcomputers for Business Applications


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Major Requirements 51 Credit Hours
 
Network and Administration 21 Credit Hours

BMMT496 Records Administration Using Database Systems
CMT305 Communication Transmission Systems
NITA210 Concepts of Network and Business Technology
NITA344 Administration of Client/Server Networks
NITA387 Cooperative Education in Business Education
NITA422 Network: Planning and Design
NITA495 Network: Implementation and Evaluation


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Business and Technology Foundations 18 Credit Hours

ACC 240 Principles of Financial Accounting
BMMT 396 Information and Media Administration
COSC 111 Introduction to Programming
LAW 293 Legal Environment of Business
MKTG 360 Principles of Marketing
STS 224 Solving Quantitative Problems in Technology


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Restricted Elective Courses 12 Credit Hours

Select restricted electives in consultation with Network and information Technology Administration program advisers:

CMT 408 Telephone Technology
CMT 409 Emerging Technologies in Storage and Retrieval
COSC 205 Managing Computer Hardware & Software
NITS 212 Open Source Platform and Network Administration
NITA 379 Multinetwork Connectivity
NITA 379 Special Network Servers
NITA 412 Linux Security Administration

Other options recommend by adviser




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Minor Requirements 0 Credit Hours

No minor is required.




University Elective Courses 30 Credit Hours
   
Program Total 124 Credit Hours

Note:
Each student must choose a writing intensive course as part of major completion requirements. Consult your adviser for course options.

About the Faculty

>>  James Banfield

>>  Jae Park