Computer Information Technology A.A.S.
Make technology an asset.
The Computer Information Technology AAS degree prepares you for employment in the information technology field. Choose from five degree concentrations: Systems Administration & Management focuses on the design, implementation, management and troubleshooting of computer systems. Cyber Defense focuses on cyber security and digital forensics. Programming and Systems Analyst focus on information technology infrastructure maintenance and growth within an organization. Networking prepares students to design, install, monitor, maintain, and enhance network infrastructure.
Fall 2016 Program Changes
Current Computer Technologies Majors
If you major in Computer Information Systems, Computer Technology, or Computer Networking, effective Fall 2016 Nashville State will offer only one computer-related Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Technology.
As a current CIS, CPT, or CNT major, you will continue to receive college credit for the courses you have already taken, and will earn an AAS Computer Information Technology degree in one of the five declared concentrations upon completion of the graduation requirements.
The following PDF links provide details on the old course numbers/titles with the new course numbers/titles:
- CIS Computer Information Systems to CITC Computer Information Technology (Programming and Systems Analyst Concentrations)
- CNT Computer Networking Technology to Computer Information Technology (Networking Concentration)
- CPT Computer Technology to Computer Information Technology (Systems Administration & Management Concentration)
- Information Security Technical Certificate old course numbers/titles to new course numbers/titles
- Tennessee Transfer Pathway students please note: Courses in the TTPs (Computer Science A.S. and Information Systems A.S.) have not changed.
For question/concerns about these changes and the impact to your academic degree plan, please do not hesitate to contact your faculty advisor or the division office.
Computer and Engineering Technologies Division Office
Monday–Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
615-353-3475 ~ Information.Systems@nscc.edu
Weld Building, Room W-70 on the Main Campus
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Dr. Reginald Gardner, Division Dean
Computer and Engineering Technologies Division
615-353-3486 ~ Reginald.Gardner@nscc.edu
Computer Information Technology AAS
All students should talk to an advisor regarding course selection, class registration, and career pathways.
Paula McCord, Division Office
Weld Building, W-70
Reginald Gardner, Division Dean
Michael Bates, Program Faculty
Michelle Lenox, Program Faculty
David Welch, Program Faculty