Information Systems Technology
The Information Systems Technology program is a two-year curriculum that includes a basic core of courses designed to prepare the student for a variety of entry-level positions through selection of a concentration of courses in Computer Networking, Computer Programming, or Coding. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Offered at the Senatobia campus only
Students who successfully complete 30 semester credit hours earn a career certificate.
Students who successfully complete 45 semester credit hours earn a technical certificate.
Students who successfully complete 60 semester credit hours earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Computer Networking Technology offers training in network technologies, administration, maintenance, operating systems, network planning, and network implementation.
Coding Technology offers training in software development by understanding the fundamentals of coding, app development, web applications, and the life leadership skills.