Information Technology Degrees & Programs
The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Technology (B.S.I.S.T.) degree program provides students with the critical skills and knowledge required to direct and control computerized information resources within diverse organizational settings.
The B.S.I.S.T. degree program addresses the need for information systems technology professionals with systems management and development expertise. The student can elect to take the Cyber Security Specialization or the Programming Specialization, which includes courses in Modeling and Simulation.
Seminole State offers the following B.S. Information Technology degree option:
Seminole State’s Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Information Systems Technology provides students the skills and knowledge required to administer and manage local and wide area networks in multiple environments with an emphasis on the creation and maintenance of the database objects used to store, retrieve and manipulate data.
Seminole State offers the following A.S. Information Technology degree option:
The Information Technology Analysis certificate program prepares students for employment as computer support specialists, help desk specialists, user support analysts, applications system specialists, information systems specialists, computer sales persons, office systems support specialists, website support or software testers. This certificate is upward compatible with the A.S. degree, Computer Programming and Analysis.
The IP Communications Technical certificate program offers students the knowledge necessary to provide technical support in a wireless and IP technology environment. This certificate is upward compatible with the A.S. degree, Information Systems Technology and the A.S. degree, Network Systems Technology.
An Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree helps students seamlessly transition into a bachelor's degree program at one of Florida's four-year institutions.
Students studying information technology will complete the common prerequisite courses for an upper-division computer major as part of their general A.A. degree program. After graduating from Seminole State, they can continue their studies at a state college or university with junior standing.
Seminole State offers prerequisite courses for the following information technology majors: