Applied Computer Technology Certificate

Applied Computer Technology Certificate


An Applied Computer Technology background enables students to work with information systems and solve management problems using computer hardware and software. Graduates will have a sound background in fundamental computer skills using a wide variety of computer equipment. Students will have time to explore the various communications and connections between microcomputers and software while they develop application skills emphasizing problem solving techniques and the consultant-client relationship. Client/server systems will be used to teach software application usage and operating system comprehension. Occupational areas include data entry, operations, customer support, client/server services and presentational skills.

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Applied Computer Technology Requirements (36 Credits)

General Education RequirementsCredits
ENG-105   Applied Technical Writing 3
MTH-113   Technical Mathematics II 3
NAV-XXX   Diné Studies Course 3
CMP-101   Introduction to Computers 3
Applied Computer Technology Core Courses 
Semester TWO 
ADM-113   Office Procedures 3
CMP-101   Introduction to Computers 3
CMP-117   Operating Systems 3
ITS-107   Internet Research 3
Semester THREE 
ADM-210   MS PowerPoint Presentation Skills 3
CMP-110   Desktop Publishing 3
CMP-115   Database Management Concepts 3
ITS-120   Microsoft Office Suite 3
Total Required Credit Hours33

** Please check course descriptions for the appropriate prerequisites course(s).


Program Advisor
Mark Trebian, Assistant Professor of Applied Computer Technology
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Phone: 505.786.4361

M.S., Management Technology, University of Wisconsin
B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin