2022-2023 EGCC Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Jul 15, 2024  
2022-2023 EGCC Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Technology, ATS - Type A

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The Information Technology Program prepares students for careers as a desktop support technician or help desk specialist, associate network administrator, or associate network engineer.

The information technology associate degree provides a comprehensive understanding of various areas of IT including computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. Student will gain the skills needed to set up and manage high performance computer networks using the latest networking tools including TCP/IP, security firewalls, internet services and more. Students will also receive training in a variety of current technologies including Cisco and Microsoft. Hands-on experience is provided through computer simulations. The degree can also help students prepare for the A+, Microsoft Modern Desktop Administrator Associate, Security+ and Linux+ certifications.

Upon successful completion of the degree in information technology, the graduate will be able to:

  • Install, upgrade, configure, and administer client computer hardware, software, and industry troubleshooting procedures.
  • Develop a functional understanding of network software configuration.
  • Maintain and support information systems in a wide range of computing environments with Microsoft Windows and the integrated family of server products.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge of security practices and procedures.

Information Technology

Recommended System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 10 or higher
    • Processor: 2 GHz or higher
    • RAM: 8 GB or more
    • Hard Drive: 100 GB or more
    • Graphics: DirectX9 or higher
    • Display: 720p
    • OS: Mac 10.14 or higher
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 or higher
    • RAM: 8 GB or more
    • Hard Drive: 256 GB or more
    • Display: 1280x800 resolution or higher

Chromebooks are not recommended


Total Semester I Credit Hours: 15

Total Semester II Credit Hours: 17

Total Semester III Credit Hours: 17

Total Semester IV Credit Hours: 15

Total Credits: 64


▲ Student must obtain a grade of “C” or better to progress to graduation

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