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Computer Analyst - Business and Web Programming

Campus Location: Peosta

Program Entry: Fall, Spring, Summer

Award: Associate of Applied Science

Description:

The Computer Analyst program offers two options: Business and Web Programming and Networking Administration and Tech Support. The common core provides you with the flexibility of changing options at the conclusion of your first semester. Combining robust technical skills with strong communication skills is important  to successfully prepare you for employment in today’s computer industry. The program is designed to prepare you 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.

Computer Analyst - Business and Web Programming

Admissions Requirements:

  • Submission of your official high school transcript with ACT score.
  • Submission of transcript from any college or university previously attended.
  • Completion of ACCUPLACER assessment if necessary.

Computer Analyst - Business and Web Programming

Academic Requirements:

Minimum Credits: 70

View the printable Ed Plan.

Term 1
CourseTitleCredits
BCA:112 Intro to Data Processing 3.0
BCA:212 Intro to Computer Business Apps 3.0
CIS:115 Intro to Large Computer Systems 1.0
CIS:122 Programming Logic and Design 3.0
CIS:197 Fundamentals of Web Design 3.0
NET:266 CCNA Routing and Switching: Introduction to Networks 3.0

 

Term 2
CourseTitleCredits
CIS:207 Fundamentals of Web Programming 3.0
CIS:242 Information Security 3.0
ENG:105 Composition I 3.0
NET:156 Operating Systems 3.0
* Major Elective 3.0

 

Term 3
CourseTitleCredits
SPC:112 Public Speaking 3.0
* Math/Science Elective 3.0
* Psychology/Sociology Elective 3.0

 

Term 4
CourseTitleCredits
CIS:161 C++ 3.0
CIS:303 Intro to Database 3.0
CIS:505 Structured Systems Analysis 4.0
CIS:732 Programming Support 3.0
NET:103 Troubleshooting 3.0

 

Term 5
CourseTitleCredits
CIS:400 Intro to Procedural Languages 3.0
CIS:800 Computer Project Seminar 3.0
* Major Elective 2.0
* Networking Elective 3.0
* Technical Elective 3.0

*Electives

Major Electives: BCA, CIS (excluding CIS:223), GRA (excluding GRA:151, GRA:154), NET
Math/Science Electives: MAT:102, MAT:744; transfer-level BIO, CHM, ENV, MAT, PHS, PHY
Networking Electives: NET:318, NET:453
Sociology/Psychology Electives: PSY:111, PSY:112, PSY:251, SOC:110, SOC:208
Technical Electives: ACC, BCA, BUS, CIS (excluding CIS:223), FIN, GRA (excluding GRA:151, GRA:154), LGL, MGT, MKT, NET (excluding NET:146)

Note: Students enrolled in the Computer Analyst - Business and Web Programming program must pass all required course work with a minimum of a C- grade. However, a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA (C grade average) is required to graduate from the program and the College.

Computer Analyst - Business and Web Programming

Employment Information:

Iowa Workforce Development Estimated Salary

$30,687 - $43,780 - Region 1: Computer Support Specialists
$42,542 - $65,522 - Statewide: Computer Programmers

Iowa Workforce Development Estimated Annual Openings (Statewide)

405

Employers of NICC Alumni

Best Buy, Dubuque, IA
Cottingham/Butler, Dubuque, IA
Dubuque Data Services, Dubuque, IA
Energy Manufacturing, Monticello, IA
Hibu Business, Cedar Rapids, IA
Honkamp Krueger, Dubuque, IA
IBM, Dubuque, IA
IIW Engineers and Surveyors, Dubuque, IA
John Deere, Quad Cities
Our Lady of Gaudalupe, Dubuque, IA

Sample Job Titles

Security Account Focal
Tech Support Specialist

 

Computer Analyst - Business and Web Programming

Additional Information:

Contacts

Todd Ecklund
Dean of Business and Computer Science
800.728.7367, ext. 208
ecklundt@nicc.edu