Computer Analyst: Business and Web Programming
The Computer Analyst program (Associate of Applied Science) offers two AAS options: Business and Web Programming and Networking Administration and Tech Support. The common core provides students with the flexibility of changing options at the conclusion of the first semester. Combining robust technical skills with strong communication skills is important to successfully prepare students for employment in today’s computer industry. The program is designed to prepare students for a position as an application programmer, maintenance programmer, web designer or web developer, technical support person, microcomputer consultant, trainer, networking administrator or network support person.
Estimated annual salary range for Information Technology graduates based on EMSI. Salary range represents 10th percentile - median annual wage for related occupations within a 100-mile radius from the center distance between Calmar and Peosta Campuses.
- Database Administrator
- Web Administrator
- Software Developer
- Quality Assurance Tester
- Apply for admission.
- Submit official high school, high school equivalency and/or college transcripts to the Admissions Office of the campus you plan to attend.
- Complete ACCUPLACER® reading and writing assessment and ALEKS® math assessment for course placement. Assessments may be waived based on previous college coursework or submission of valid ACT®, ACT Compass® or ALEKS® test scores. ACCUPLACER® scores are valid for three years, and ALEKS® scores are valid for 18 months.
|Programming Logic and Design OR
Project Lead the Way®–Computer Science Principles
|CIS:197||Fundamentals of Web Design||3.0|
|SDV:179||The College Experience||3.0|
|CIS:115||Intro to Large Computer Systems||1.0|
|CIS:207||Fundamentals of Web Programming||3.0|
|CIS:303||Intro to Database||3.0|
|CIS:505||Structured Systems Analysis||4.0|
|CIS:400||Intro to Procedural Languages||3.0|
|CIS:800||Computer Project Seminar||3.0|
|Android Applications Development I OR
Apple Applications Development
This Associate of Applied Science degree program requires a minimum of 15 credits of transfer-level general education electives from Communication, Humanities, Math, Science or Social Science. Three of these hours can include SDV:179 The College Experience. If The College Experience course is waived or transfers in for less than three credits, an additional general education elective is required.
Math Electives: MAT:102, MAT:744, transfer-level MAT
Psychology Electives: PSY:111, PSY:112, PSY:251
Note: To graduate from this program, students must complete all required coursework with a "C-" grade or above and earn a minimum 2.0 grade point average.
The Business and Web Programming program maintains formal articulation agreements with the institutions listed below. Students are encouraged to speak with their transfer college or university to verify that their planned courses at NICC will meet necessary requirements. Learn more about transferring from NICC.
Computer Science Instructor
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 800.728.7367
- Location: Peosta