If you want to gain a competitive edge when seeking careers in information technology, pursue an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Information Technology (IT) from Broadview University. Broadview is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), so you’ll earn an IT degree that is respected in the real world.
Through Broadview University’s CareerPath initiative, you’ll save up to 25% on tuition! This groundbreaking initiative also features six-week sessions so you can attend full-time while concentrating on fewer subjects at once. Take classes full-time, year-round, and you can earn your associate degree in as little as 18 months.
You’ll gain the skills and knowledge you need to administer IT solutions in a variety of business settings. You’ll also benefit from Broadview’s reputation and the deep connections to the local community that we’ve built over more than 40 years. Broadview’s reputation and deep connections in the community span 40 years and have helped our graduates* go on to careers at:
(*July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2015)
You’ll learn from IT industry-experienced faculty who know the skills, knowledge and hands-on experiences you’ll need to succeed in your future IT career. Broadview developed the associate in IT degree with input from local experts so you’ll receive an up-to-date and relevant education. Your IT studies cover information security, networking administration and security, operating systems and database design. In addition to your IT courses, you’ll gain analytical and communication skills as well as a global perspective of diverse cultures through general education courses in:
The course introduces the functional parts of a computer from a hands-on perspective. Students learn to identify computer components, disassemble machines, carry out common hardware and software maintenance tasks, install operating systems, select and install hardware upgrades, troubleshoot common hardware and firmware problems, and build computers.
This course introduces major functions of operating systems and user interfaces. Students work hands-on configuring, troubleshooting, maintaining and generally administering popular operating systems.
In this course, students learn to administer a Windows Server Infrastructure. The course prepares students to prove mastery of core services such as user and group management, network access, and data security. The course covers skills such as: implementing a group policy infrastructure, managing user and service accounts, maintaining Active Directory Domain Services, configuring and troubleshooting DNS and remote access, optimizing file services, increasing file system security and implementing update management.