Advising

The Computer Networking & Office Technologies department offers Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees, and Undergraduate Certificate and several Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) programs. Please contact an adviser for more information about each of these. You can schedule an appointment by calling 786-6423. View the CNOT Advising Syllabus for more information on our policies and procedures.

Computer Information & Office Systems (CIOS)

Associate of Applied Science, Computer Information and Office Systems

This Associate of Applied Science Degree program prepares students for career entry or career advancement in a variety of office settings and also offers skill building for personal use. Both the Office Foundations and the Office Support Occupational Endorsement Certificates articulate directly into this degree. For more information on skills you will learn in this degree, see Program Outcomes.

Occupational Endorsement Certificates (OECs)

OECs are designed to give students skills in a specific occupational field and indicate competence in a technical and professional area. Some OECs are embedded in the AAS in Computer Information and Office Systems. The CIOS Department offers the following OECs:

  • Office Foundations
  • Office Support
  • Corporate Specified Skills

The following OECs are under suspension as of Spring 2013 and are no longer accepting new students.

  • Bookkeeping Support
  • Medical Office Support
  • Office Digital Media
  • Technical Support

For more information on skills you will learn in each of these certificates, see Program Outcomes.

Computer and Networking Technology (CNT)

Associates of Applied Science, Computer and Networking Technology

This associate degree prepares students to install, configure, administer, operate and repair networks used to connect computing and digital communications systems of various types. For more information on skills you will learn in this degree, see Program Outcomes.

Undergraduate Certificate, Computer and Networking Technology

This certificate program prepares students to install, configure, operate and repair networks used to connect computing and digital communications systems of various types. For more information on skills you will learn in this certificate, see Program Outcomes.

Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) in Cisco-Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

For more information on skills you will learn in this certificate, see Program Outcomes.

 

Computer Networking & Office Technologies Advisors

Call 786-6426 to schedule an appointment with an advisor.

Computer Information & Office Systems

Kim Griffis
Chair/Assistant Professor
kagriffis@uaa.alaska.edu

Darlene Gill
Assistant Professor
dlgill@uaa.alaska.edu

Computer & Networking Technology

David Morrison
Assistant Professor
dsmorrison@uaa.alaska.edu

Ray Noble
Associate Professor
ronoble@uaa.alaska.edu

Rex Plunkett
Assistant Professor
grplunkett@uaa.alaska.edu