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Integrated Information Technology

The Integrated Information Technology degree program prepares students for a broad range of careers in the computer science field. Students learn and master a transferable set of information technology skills that can be applied in many work settings. The program focuses on creating skill sets to develop human talent for working together with others while using technical tools to solve specific problems.

Real world projects and business objectives require a diverse group of experts in different disciplines to interact and work together toward a common goal. The goals of the Integrated Information Technology program include building information technology skills to manipulate information, developing human talent to handle information, and developing a social skill set that allows people to make information relevant, understandable and accessible.

Program requirements incorporate course offerings that include core technology skills such as networking, database management, programming, and Internet services. Courses also cover important social and workplace skills such as creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, oral and written communication, and understanding human behavior. The degree program integrates technology with social and workplace networks to produce a skill set that enables graduates to function effectively in team environments. The program is designed to provide students with a core skill set that can be applied across a broad spectrum of disciplines and allow students to enter careers that best suit their interests and needs.

Campus Technology
As one of the most technologically advanced college campuses in Minnesota, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College houses more than 325 computers available for students, staff and faculty use. There are Macintosh, Windows-based PCs, and laptop computers on the campus network. All students have high-speed access to the Internet and to individual e-mail accounts. The student-to-computer ratio is approximately 6 to1.

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College offers distance learning via interactive television and online instruction. The campus is equipped with a T-3 connection for the Internet, fiber optics, digitally enhanced video networks, and satellite downlink and uplink. Much of the campus has wireless Internet access.

Advantages
Well-qualified faculty and the multi-cultural environment at the college offer opportunities that no other college can provide. A degree or certificate from Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is greatly valued and respected by prospective employers.

For people who already have some college experience, it may be possible to complete the program in less time. Classes are offered during the day and evening hours, providing the opportunity to create a flexible schedule. Small class sizes, on-campus child care, and student organizations are added bonuses at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.

To receive information about the Integrated Information Technology program, contact:

Admissions Office
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
218-879-0808
1-800-657-3712
TTY 218-879-0805
e-mail: admissions@fdltcc.edu

 
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Required Courses
The current degree program planner checklist of required courses is available for viewing and printing here.   Degree requirements and course are subject to change. Students should consult with an advisor/counselor when registering for courses.
 
     

 

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