Welcome to IT at CCM. Your success is our goal!
The IT Department is positioned to provide you with instruction in state-of-the-art labs with cutting-edge software. The Department serves as an umbrella for two complimentary technology areas: Computer Information Systems and Digital Media Technology. The commonality in these areas is technologies and use of the computer and digital peripherals.
For those with an interest in Computer Information Systems
, there are six degree options. Articulation with several area universities and colleges is available for those students wishing to continue their education.
- The Computer Science AS degree (2500) is for those students interested in computer programming and design and provides a solid mathematics foundation and sealmess articulation with State of NJ public universities and colleges.
- The Management Information Systems AAS degree (3501) is geared to the student who wants a good balance of business programming and applications software training.
- The Technical Support AAS degree (3502) provides instruction for the student who wishes to work in a support capacity in an information systems environment.
- The Administrative Support AAS degree (3503) is for those individuals who wish to support management through presentation preparation, document processing, and electronic communications.
- The Game Development AAS degree (3504) attracts those students who wish to learn the techniques and skills required by educational and entertainment game developers.
- The Technical Studies in Information Technology AAS (3150) degree provides an avenue for the student who has gained life experience through working in the computer industry, through attaining computer-industry certifications, through participating in corporate training workshops, etc. to earn college credit toward a degree.
The Digital Media Technology AAS (3530)
degree gives the student a solid foundation in multimedia development including audio and video capture and digitization, website development, and DVD production using the latest digital tools and software. Students select an area of concentration that appeals to them; these include web design, information security, music, photography, and journalism to name a few.
We look forward to helping you connect learning and life,
Professor Bonnie A. Murphy, Chairperson
Department of Information Technologies