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Associate in Science Degree Program

Computer and Information Systems
Distance Learning

Students can now earn an Associate Degree in Computer and Information Systems, Network Administrator or Web Publishing Option, through ONLINE courses. The courses are offered by Capital, Gateway, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Naugatuck Valley, Northwestern, Quinebaug Valley, Three Rivers, and Tunxis Community Colleges.

Individuals seeking a degree must first be admitted to the program at Capital. To enroll in specific courses, follow the registration procedures for the individual college offering the course.

Downloadable course schedules, admissions, and registration forms are available by visiting www.ccc.commnet.edu, and selecting "Information Central."
For Distance Learning course information follow the links to Capital Community College's Distance Learning Center.

Distance learning course offerings are constantly increasing and being updated by the participating Connecticut Community Colleges. Please visit www.ccc.commnet.edu for the latest courses available in each category needed for your degree.

Registration information: call the Registrar's Office at (860) 906-5120 or the Counseling Office at (860) 906-5040.

Click here to view the Computer & Information Systems poster.

Course of Study
Composition
Cred
College
Composition
3
Capital
Literature
Composition and Literature
3
Capital
Mathematics
Statistics w/ Technology
3
Naugatuck Valley
Science
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Choose two courses
6-8
Art
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Choose one course
3
Humanities
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Choose one course
3
Social Science
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Choose two courses
6
Specialized Core
Intro to Computers
3
Capital
Intro to Software Applications
3
Capital
Data Communications and Networking
3
Capital
Principles of Marketing
3
Naugatuck Valley
The Internet
3
Capital
LGL* 103
Legal Ethics & Professional Responsibility
3
Manchester
Accounting Computer Applications
3
North Western
 
Students may choose one of the following options to complete the degree program:
 
Web Publishing Option (15 credits)
Multimedia Communications
3
Capital
PageMaker
3
Capital
Web Design & Development I
3
Capital
Web Design & Development II
3
Capital
MM* 108
Digital Imaging
3
Naugatuck Valley
 
Network Administration Option (15 credits)
Intro to Operating Systems
3
Capital
The Internet
3
Capital
Data Communications & Networking II
3
Capital
LAN System Management w/ Windows NT/2000
3
Capital
Scripting Language with Java+++
3
Capital

Visit the college catalog for a listing of appropriate courses to take for each subject, and which college to take them. á

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