Information Technology

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Information Technology is designed to provide training and skills required for employment in the Information Technology (IT) career field. Employment for IT is available from the expanding computer service industry. This industry is one of the nation’s fastest growing employment industries. Information technologists install, maintain, administer, and manage a computer network. This degree focuses on networking fundamentals such as network communication devices and protocols, network operating systems, personal computer (PC) hardware and software principles, PC and network security, support center operations and database management tools.

All Information Technology majors are required to complete a 2-credit internship program within the sophomore year. The Network Operating Systems courses (I, II, III) must be completed in numerical order.

Students may apply the associate’s degree coursework to a bachelor’s degree in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) offered at the Las Cruces campus. The Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology is available through the College of Distance Education from the Las Cruces campus. Most of the coursework can be completed through electronic classes with few visits to the Las Cruces campus. More information is available in the Advising Office.

Career & Technology Division

New Mexico State University Alamogordo
2400 N. Scenic Drive
Alamogordo, NM  88310

Division Head:
Cathy Aguilar-Morgan

Administrative Assistant:
Michelle Nelson

Office Location:
Science Center

Phone:
575.439.3761

eMail:
ctNMSUA@nmsu.edu

Website:
http://nmsua.edu/career-and-technology/