Computer Information Technology
The Computer Information Technology Program (CMIN) teaches students the functions and operations of computer and internet technologies. Students will learn to apply the systematic methods of developing information system solutions for business and organizations, as well as planning, development, implementation, maintenance, and management of these technologies and systems in a variety of settings.
Goals of this department’s curriculum include preparing students for entry-level positions
in information technology and information systems with enough knowledge to advance
along several career paths and providing the appropriate foundation for further studies
in computer information systems and information technology. Upon program completion, students are prepared to take various industry-based certifications which open doors in career
In the associate degree program, students complete a 24 credit hour required core curriculum comprised of an introduction to programming logic and controls, relational database, systems analysis, networking fundamentals, and web design basics. Complementing this core curriculum are four concentration areas of 21-22 credit hours that students will choose among to pursue: Programmer/Analyst, Web Design, Game Design, or Information Security & Assurance. Finally, students are required to take 15 credit hours of general education requirements. to complete.
The Computer Information Technology Associate of Applied Science degree program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
Career Speaker Series
|Mike Bryant, AWS Educate||
Since Spring 2019, the Computer Information Technology Department hosts a Career Speaker Series of guest presentations each term from industry professionals in the I.T. field.
You can see some of our previous Career Speaker Series lectures on our Youtube channel.
Available Degrees & Certificates
Computer Information Technology Associate of Applied Science
with concentration in
- Web Design
- Game Design
- Information Security & Assurance
Certificate of Technical Studies in Web Design
Career and Technical Certificate in
- Application Programming
- Web Programming
- Information Security & Assurance
Overview of our Areas of Concentration
In the concentration of Programmer/Analyst, students prepare for traditional jobs and careers as programmers, database developers, and systems analysts.
This concentration helps students prepare for traditional jobs and careers in the information technology field as programmer, database developers, and systems analysts. Instruction in programming and database management beyond the learning offered in the core curriculum are included in this concentration, with courses featuring advanced Java and database management as well as event-driven programming and C++ available for students.
Students can also earn a C.T.C. in Application Programming either individually or automatically as part of their associate degree.
Students concentrating in Web Design will learn the fundamentals of design, development, a webpage maintenance required for becoming successful website designers. Course instruction includes a combination of technologies and tools to assist the student in working as a professional in the web environment. Students in this concentration will learn both the technology and business of web design.
Delgado Community College instructors work closely with professional web designers to ensure that our students are learning the most sought-after web design skills.
The Computer Information Technology Program offers both a Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS) in Web Design as well as a Web Design concentration as part of the Associate of Applied Science (AAS).
Students can also earn a C.T.C. in Web Programming either individually or automatically as part of their certificate program or associate degree.
The Game Design concentration enables students to build a solid foundation with which to pursue careers in the game design industry.
In this program, students learn essential concepts in game design, functional job tracks in the industry, and industry structures together with a variety of computer application, art, and design software tools necessary for game and simulation creation on top of fundamental coding, security, and design techniques.
Students can also earn a C.T.C. in Application Programming as part of their associate degree.
Students who pursue a concentration in Information Security & Assurance are instructed in the methods, policies, and procedures for protecting information systems from attacks while maintaining the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information for use by authorized users.
The program teaches knowledge and skills in technical computer systems, including both hardware and software, computer networks, and computing forensics, as well as skills in technology-based law and professional communication.
Students can also earn a C.T.C. in Information Security and Assurance either individually or automatically as part of their associate degree.
Our Publications: Meet Our Department
The CMIN Program publishes a quarterly newsletter, The Network, that highlights the work of our department, students, alumni, and our faculty and staff. We are pleased to share it here with the Delgado Community as a whole.