CNOT Program Outcomes

 

Computer Information & Office Systems (CIOS)

Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Computer Information and Office Systems
Upon completion of this program, students will demonstrate:

  • Keyboarding skills of 40 net words per minute minimum
  • Intermediate skills that utilize advanced features of word processing, spreadsheet, and database software
  • Oral and written communications skills that meet business standards
  • Application of critical thinking skills to make effective decisions and solve problems
  • Professional behavior and interpersonal skills

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Office Foundations
Upon completion of this OEC, students will demonstrate:

  • Keystroke skills of 28 net words per minute minimum
  • Entry-level skills in word processing and spreadsheets
  • Entry-level skills using the Internet to obtain information
  • Customer service skills
  • Knowledge of proper grammar and mechanics used in business documents
  • The ability to create and maintain an electronic file system

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Office Support
Upon completion of this OEC, students will demonstrate:

  • Keystroke skills of 35 net words per minute minimum
  • Entry level skills in managing data using a variety of media
  • The ability to develop digital presentations and documents using a variety of media

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Corporate Specified Skills
Upon completion of this OEC, students will demonstrate the ability to:

  • Produce business communication using typical office software
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing
  • Deal effectively with business constituents and/or customers

Suspended Programs

NOTE: The following CIOS OECs are under suspension as of Spring 2013 and are not accepting new students.

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Bookkeeping Support
Upon completion of this OEC, students will demonstrate:

  • Basic skills in financial transactions, payroll, and bookkeeping procedures

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Medical Office Support
Upon completion of this OEC, students will demonstrate:

  • Keystroke skills of 35 net words per minute minimum
  • Effective communication using appropriate medical terminology
  • The ability to create and maintain a file system

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Office Digital Media
Upon completion of this OEC, students will demonstrate:

  • The ability to design and create business-quality electronic and print documents using a variety of media (digital imaging, website design, and desktop publishing programs)

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Technical Support
Upon completion of this OEC, students will demonstrate:

  • Entry-level skills in word processing, spreadsheets, and databases
  • Basic skills in computer hardware, networking, and operating systems
 

Computer & Networking Technology (CNT)

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Cisco-Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

At the completion of this occupational endorsement certificate program students are able to demonstrate:

  • Proficiency in Cisco router installation and configuration in multiprotocol internetworks using LAN and WAN switches
  • Proficiency in Cisco switch and VLAN installation and configuration
  • Entry-level tasks of planning, design, installation, operation and troubleshooting Ethernet and TCP/IP networks

Undergraduate Certificate, Computer & Networking Technology
At the completion of the program students are able to demonstrate:

  • Proficiency in PC troubleshooting and repair
  • Competence in entry-level tasks of planning, design, installation, and troubleshooting Ethernet and TCP/IP networks
  • Computer literacy in PC applications and operating systems
  • Entry-level employability skills for computer and network technicians
  • Job upgrade skills for technicians and professionals
  • Proper customer service skills
  • Proficiency in Cisco router installation and configuration in multiprotocol inter-networks
  • Proficiency in Cisco switch and VLAN installation and configuration

Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Computer & Networking Technology
At the completion of the program students are able to demonstrate:

  • Computer literacy in PC applications and operating systems
  • Entry-level employment skills for computer and network technicians
  • Proficiency in Cisco router installation and configuration in multiprotocol inter-networks
  • Proficiency in Cisco switch and VLAN installation and configuration
  • Entry-level tasks of planning, design, installation, operation and troubleshooting Ethernet and TCP/IP networks
  • Proficiency in PC troubleshooting and repair
  • The installation configuration and troubleshooting Microsoft operating systems
  • The configuration and maintenance of network and computer system security
  • Proper customer service skills
  • The ability to think critically and solve problems