Apr 18, 2024  
2023-2024 CNM Catalog, Volume 55 
    
2023-2024 CNM Catalog, Volume 55

Computer Information Systems (AAS), Computer Support Specialist Concentration


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School of Business, Hospitality & Technology (BHT)

The Computer Information Systems, Computer Support Specialist AAS degree, combines a variety of CIS courses offering the concepts and skills so that graduates may enter into IT support positions. It is designed to prepare students for work in the growing business market of microcomputer applications, Internet, security, programming, networking, and troubleshooting.

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Educational Option Information

  • This educational option can be completed: Part-time or full-time. The program can be completed in four terms full-time.
  • This educational option is designed for: Immediate employment and transfer into a baccalaureate program.
  • This educational option can be started: Any term.
  • Primary course location: Main campus, many courses offered online.

Approximate Costs of this Educational Option

Financial Aid Considerations

Educational Opportunities

Many of the courses in this program are transferable and some may be applied to four-year degree programs at other institutions. CNM currently has transfer agreements with many colleges and universities in New Mexico and elsewhere.

Ten Year Rule for CTE Courses

Career and technical education courses in this program will qualify for credit for a period of ten academic years. Due to changing technologies, trends, and professional demands, courses completed ten or more years in the past will satisfy program requirements only if they are approved by the instructional school in which they were offered. Cohorted programs may have additional restrictions.

Program Requirements


Courses


Minimum Credit Hours Required to Complete Degree: 62


Program Approved Electives


* Preferred electives for program of study.

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