AAS, Computer Systems Technology

Admissions to the AAS Computer Systems Technology programs are limited. Please contact Alan Fugleberg at (907) 486-1273 with questions about the program.

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Systems Technology provides graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to work in the field of network and systems administration.  Through technical, business, and general education courses, students learn both the business and IT-related concepts needed to enter the workforce as a systems administrator and technician.

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 Admissions to the AAS Computer Systems Technology programs are limited. Please contact Alan Fugleberg at (907) 486-1273 with questions about the program.

Students graduating from this program will demonstrate:
1. Proficiency in operating system, utility software and network installation and
configuration.
2. Proficiency in computer hardware, software and network operation, troubleshooting and
upgrades. Demonstrate familiarity with hardware, software and network security features.
3. Management of user accounts and group accounts in a MS Windows workgroup and/or domain.
4. Ability to identify, design, and implement a network services management strategy.
5. Setup, configuration, and management of a router to include: router interfacing, command line editing, startup, setup, and configuration.
6. Proficiency in the management of local area networks (LANs).
7. Application of customer service principles, including relationships, perceptions, telephone techniques, quality, ethics, record keeping, interpersonal relationships, and teamwork.
8. Application of business principles and the fundamentals of
investment, finance, organization, operation and management
9. Application of project management principles and practices, and
use of appropriate project management software in the workplace.

Admissions to the AAS Computer Systems Technology programs are limited. Please contact Alan Fugleberg at (907) 486-1273 with questions about the program.

1.      Complete the following required courses:
BA A151             Introduction to Business (3)
BA A231             Fundamentals of Supervision (3)
CNT A160          PC Operating Systems (3)
CNT A165          Customer Service Fundamentals (1)
CNT A170          CCNA 1 Network Fundamentals (4)
CNT A210          PC Technician Fundamentals (3)
CNT A212          Network Technician Fundamentals (3)
CNT A240          Windows System Essentials (2)
CNT A241          Administering and Supporting Windows Workstations and Server (3)
CNT A242          Windows Network Infrastructure Administration (3)
CNT A243          Windows Directory Services Administration (3)
CNT A244          Designing Secure Windows Networks (3)
CNT A245          Windows Directory Services Design (2)
CNT A246          Windows Network Infrastructure Design (2)
CNT A261          CCNA 2 Router Fundamentals and Protocols (4)
CNT A270          CCNA 3 Switching and Wireless (4)
CNT A271          CCNA 4 WAN Access (4)
CNT A276          Individual Technical Project (1-3)                      
or
CNT A282          Industry Workplace Experience (1-3)
ENGL A212       Technical Writing (3)
MATH A105*    Intermediate Algebra (3)                                 
or
MATH A107*    College Algebra (4)
or
MATH A172*    Applied Finite Mathematics (3)
*Or any MATH course for which MATH A105, MATH A107, or MATH A172 is a prerequisite
2.      Students are required to meet a 2-credit Project Management requirement. CIOS A270 is recommended. Contact Program Chair Alan Fugleberg at afugleberg@kodiak.alaska.edu or 907-486-1273 for advising and more information. 
3.      A total of 67-68 credits is required for the degree.



Admissions to the AAS Computer Systems Technology programs are limited. Please contact Alan Fugleberg at (907) 486-1273 with questions about the program.

Program graduates will be able to supervise user accounts and group accounts in a Microsoft Windows workgroup and/or domain, implement a network services management strategy, and manage Local Area networks (LANs).