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A.S. in Networking
A.S. in Wireless
A.S. in Video
A.S. in Mobile
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  Associates of Science in Applied Information Technology, Wireless Technologies Track

University Core (General Education) Courses

You will need a total of 28 University Core (General Education) credits - 12 credits from the required Foundation courses listed below and another 16 credits of Inquiry and Exploration electives. You can link from the grid into a complete course description.

  Course   Foundation (General Education) Required Courses* (12 Credits)   Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  AIT107   Computer Applications   4   R  
  ENG120   Critical Writing   4   R  
  MAT125   Technical Math I   4   R  

  Course   Inquiry & Exploration (General Education) Elective Courses* (16 Credits)   Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  CHE105   Consumer Chemistry   4   E  
  HIS113W   The American Experience: Wealth and American Culture   4   E  
  HIS267   Heroes, Villains and Just Plain Folks: A Biographical Perspective on American History   4   E  
  INT196B   Prior Learning Assessment Seminar   2   E  
  INT196C   Integrity Issues in Telecommunications   4   E  
  INT196P   Making the Connections: Telecommunications Workers and 20th Century U.S. Labor History   4   E  
  LIT196H   Topic: Literature of the Supernatural   4   E  
  LIT196N   American Detective Fiction   4   E  
  LIT200C   Global Crossings: Challenge & Change In Modern World Literature   4   E  
  LIT343A   Contemporary American Literature   4   E  
  MCA209   Understanding Mass Media   4   E  
  MCA221   Professional Communication   4   E  
  MUS110   Jazz   4   E  
  PSY196   Critical Thinking and Problem Solving   4   E  
  PSY201   Psychology of Business and Industry   4   E  
  PSY256Y   Psychology of Personal Adjustment   4   E  
  PSY257   Sports Psychology   4   E  
  PSY296H   Psychology of the Movies   4   E  
  PSY297   Principles of Psychology as Depicted in the Cinema   4   E  
  PSY323Y   Psychology of Learning   4   E  
  SCI150A   Astronomy   4   E  
  SCI230   Elements of Environmental Science   4   E  


Major Concentration Courses

You will need a total of 32 credits in your Major Concentration - 28 credits in required courses and 4 credits in Major Electives. Below please find a list of courses with links to a complete course description.

  Course   Major Required Courses*       (32 Credits)   Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  AIT103   Online Seminar I
  1   R  
  AIT109   Broadband Essentials
  4   R  
  AIT111   AC/DC Electrical Circuits
  4   R  
  AIT120   Business and Technical Communications for Telecommunications
  4   R  
  AIT233   Wireless LANs
  4   R  
  AIT241   Telecommunications III / Data Transmission Systems
  4   R  
  AIT245   Telecommunications IV / Data and Emerging Communications Technologies
  3   R  
  CIT211   Introduction to Computer System Hardware
  4   R  
  TS314   Operating Systems
  4   R  

  Course   Major Elective Courses*              (8 Credits)   Credits   Required
/Elective
 


Open Elective Courses

You must take 4 credits of Open Elective courses. This is in addition to the 16 credits of Inquiry & Exploration Electives.

  Course   Open Electives* (4 Credits)   Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  AIT170   Telecommunications I / Basic Telephony / Voice Communication
  4   E  
  AIT196A   Advanced Computer Applications for Telecommunications: MS Word
  1   E  
  AIT196B   Advanced Computer Applications for Telecommunications: MS Excel
  1   E  
  AIT196C   Advanced Computer Applications for Telecommunications: MS Access
  1   E  
  AIT196D   Advanced Computer Applications for Telecommunications: MS Powerpoint
  1   E  
  AIT196J   Introduction to SQL
  1   E  
  AIT235   Telecommunications II / Signal Transmission for Telecommunications
  4   E  
  AIT243   Video and Smart Technologies
  4   E  
  AIT263   Mobile Technology: An Introduction
  4   E  
  CHE105   Consumer Chemistry
  4   E  
  CIS120   Advanced Window Skills
  2   E  
  CIS122   Advanced Spreadsheet Skills
  2   E  
  CIS123   Advanced Presentation Skills
  2   E  
  CIS126   Introduction to Apple Operating Systems
  2   E  
  CIS133   Social Media Applications
  2   E  
  CIT221   Global Networking Technology
  4   E  
  CIT231   Web Authoring and Digital Media
  4   E  
  CS199H   Unix Fundamentals
  1   E  
  HIS113W   The American Experience: Wealth and American Culture
  4   E  
  HIS267   Heroes, Villains and Just Plain Folks: A Biographical Perspective on American History
  4   E  
  INT196B   Prior Learning Assessment Seminar
  2   E  
  INT196C   Integrity Issues in Telecommunications
  4   E  
  INT196P   Making the Connections: Telecommunications Workers and 20th Century U.S. Labor History
  4   E  
  LIT196H   Topic: Literature of the Supernatural
  4   E  
  LIT196N   American Detective Fiction
  4   E  
  LIT200C   Global Crossings: Challenge & Change In Modern World Literature
  4   E  
  LIT343A   Contemporary American Literature
  4   E  
  MCA209   Understanding Mass Media
  4   E  
  MCA221   Professional Communication
  4   E  
  MUS110   Jazz
  4   E  
  PSY196   Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  4   E  
  PSY201   Psychology of Business and Industry
  4   E  
  PSY256Y   Psychology of Personal Adjustment
  4   E  
  PSY257   Sports Psychology
  4   E  
  PSY296H   Psychology of the Movies
  4   E  
  PSY297   Principles of Psychology as Depicted in the Cinema
  4   E  
  PSY323Y   Psychology of Learning
  4   E  
  SCI150A   Astronomy
  4   E  
  SCI230   Elements of Environmental Science
  4   E  
  TS090C   Academic Skills Seminar
  4   E  
*Not every course will be offered every term


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