AAS, Computer Information Technology, Web Development

Program Description

The Computer Information Technology, AAS, Web Development will prepare students to implement a business web presence by understanding the "back-end" programming aspect of a web page.

Recommended Course Schedule

Plan of Study Grid
1st semesterUnits
English/Communications 3 3
Mathematics 3 3
CIT 114 IT Essentials 4
CS 151 Introduction to Cybersecurity 3
CIT 263 Project Management 3
 Semester Total16
2nd semester
CIT 112 Network + 3
CIT 151 Beginning Web Development 3
CIT 173 Introduction to Linux 3
English/Communications 3 3
Human Relations 2 3
 Semester Total15
3rd semester
CIT 130 Beginning Java 3
CIT 134 Beginning C# Programming 3
Diversity 2 3
Elective 3 3
Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Studies 2 3
 Semester Total15
4th semester
CIT 152 Web Script Language Programming 3
CIT 180 Database Concepts and SQL 3
Elective 3 2
Science 2 3
U.S. and Nevada Constitutions 3 3
 Semester Total14
 Total Units60

 See Approved General Education List for the AAS Degree.


See program recommendations or requirements.  

AAS degrees are generally non-transfer degrees that are designed for students to enter the workforce.

To earn an AAS degree, students must:

  1. Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (see requirements for graduation.)
  2. Complete a minimum of 15 units within the college.
  3. Satisfy General Education requirements for the AAS.
  4. Have no financial or library obligation to the college.
General Education Requirements
Fine Art/Humanities/Social Science 13
Human Relations 13
Pre-Calculus I (or Higher)
Science 13
Additional College Requirements
Diversity 13
U.S. and Nevada Constitutions 1[3]
Required: Choose one or two courses from the following
Introduction to American Politics
American Experiences and Constitutional Change
US History to 1877
and U. S. History since 1877
US History to 1877
and Nevada History
US History to 1877
and Nevada Constitution
US History to 1877
and Survey of State and Local Government
Degree Requirements
CIT 112Network +3
CIT 114IT Essentials4
CIT 173Introduction to Linux3
CS 151Introduction to Cybersecurity3
CIT 263Project Management3
CIT 130Beginning Java3
CIT 134Beginning C# Programming3
CIT 151Beginning Web Development3
CIT 152Web Script Language Programming3
CIT 180Database Concepts and SQL3
Choose 8 Elective Units8
Linux System Administration
MCITP/MCTS Windows Workstation OS
MCITP Active Directory
CCNA Internetworking Fundamentals
CCNA Routing and Switching Essentials
Fundamentals of Network Security
Total Units60

Course may also count toward degree requirements. Please consult with Academic Advisement.

Student completing this emphasis will:

  • Demonstrate the technical proficiency required to perform background programming.  
  • Illustrate the technical proficiency required to modify the base-programming for webpage troubleshooting process. 
  • Students will communicate and work effectively with other team members in a scenario-type project environment to complete the required tasks which will parallel real-world requirements.