Computer Information Systems: Microcomputers And Networking Option

to Computer and Network Security

An opportunity to gain an associate degree from Delaware Tech and a bachelor's degree from Wilmington University.


Delaware Tech has established agreements with four-year colleges and universities that connect Delaware Tech associate degree programs with bachelor's degree programs to create smooth transfer opportunities for you. These Connected Degree programs enable you to complete your associate degree and then transfer to a four-year degree program as a junior.


Delaware Tech's associate degree program in Computer Information Systems: Microcomputers and Networking Option prepares students for careers in applied programming and other computer-related fields such as web development, internet programming, network security, and computer forensics. Graduates gain experience with a wide range of hardware and software found in businesses, including microcomputer networks. They are also prepared to continue their education toward a bachelor's degree.

Wilmington University's Bachelor of Science degree program in Computer Network Security will provide students with credentials specializing in digital information security, information assurance, and computer forensics. Students trained in CNS will be fully equipped to work within today's rapidly expanding job market. In addition to becoming well-prepared for a technical career, students will also enhance their writing, verbal communications and analytical thinking skills.


By completing your associate degree at Delaware Tech, you'll receive excellent instruction in small classes at a campus close to home. Delaware Tech's affordable tuition can reduce the overall cost of your college education, making the completion of your bachelor's degree more manageable.


Refer to the Connected Degree curriculum (on the reverse side of this page) for the sequence of courses needed to complete this program. Call Delaware Tech and let us help you follow the path to your bachelor's degree.


Suggested Course Sequence

Computer Information Systems: Microcomputers And Networking Option


Computer and Network Security


First Semester (Fall) CR
ACC 100 Introduction to Accounting or 3
ACC 101 Accounting I 4
ENG 121 Composition 3
ECO 111 Macroeconomics 3
CIS 120 Intro to Programming 4
XXX XXX Campus Program Course** 4
  17 / 18
Second Semester (Spring)
ENG 122 Technical Writing-Comm 3
CIS 112 Spreadsheet/Graphics Proc 3
MAT 153 College Math and Statistics 4
CIS 195 Network Administration 4
Third Semester (Fall)
CIS 201 Microdatabase Programming 4
XXX XXX Social Science Elective (See advisor.) 3
XXX XXX Campus Program Courses** 12
Fourth Semester (Spring)
CIS 240 Systems Analysis & Design 4
XXX XXX Campus Program Courses** 14
**Campus Program Courses - See Advisor
ELC 132 Microcomputer Service & Repair 4
CIS 207 Visual Programming 4
CIS 212 Internetworking & Support(MS) 4
CIS 107 Intro to Computers/Application 3
CIS 125 Window Based Operating Systems 4
CIS 160 Internet/Web Construction 3
CIS 192 Network Tech & Admin(MS) 4
CIS 194 Networking Technologies 3
CIS 197 Network Adv Admin (MS) 4
CIS 201 Microdatabase Programming 4
CIS 205 Intro Object Orient Programmng 4
Fifth Semester (Fall) CR
MAT 308 Inferential Statistics 3
CRJ 101 Survey of Criminal Justice 3
LES 330 Cyber Law 3
PHI 314 Ethics for Computer Professionals 3
Sixth Semester (Spring)
SEC 210 Principles and Practice of Information Security 3
SEC 310 Cryptography: Algorithms & Applications 3
SEC 330 Operating Systems and Computer System Security 3
SEC 320 Networks and Telecommunications 3
Seventh Semester (Summer)
SEC 335 Linux for Systems Administrators 3
SEC 220 Introduction to Computer Forensics 3
XXX XXX Program Elective (300/400 Level) 3
Eighth Semester (Fall)
SEC 410 Web and Data Security 3
SEC 420 Data Integrity & Disaster Recovery 3
CRJ 411 Criminal Evidence and Procedures 3
Ninth Semester (Spring)
LES 331 Electronic Discovery 3
SEC 340 Windows Operating Systems and Systems Administration 3
SEC 450 Protecting Your Network: Firewall and Perimeter Security 3
SEC 435 Advanced Network Management 3
XXX XXX Program Elective (300/400 Level) 3
**DTCC students should check with their advisor for the correct sequencing of courses at their campus. Credits from the Campus Program Courses must be completed based upon campus requirements related to industry.
The Bachelor of Science program in Computer and Network Security requires a minimum of 120 credits.
DTCC students who take CIS 194 as part of the associate degree will receive credit for SEC 320 at WU and must take a 300/400 Level Program Elective instead.
Course sequencing may vary by semester. See your advisor.
RDG 120, Critical Reading and Thinking, is a required DTCC course unless the student is exempt.
For more information contact:
Delaware Tech
Dover, Delaware: (302) 857-1836
Georgetown, Delaware: (302) 259-6490
Wilmington University
Dover, Delaware: (302) 734-2594
Georgetown, Delaware: (302) 856-5780
New Castle, Delaware: (877) 967-5464
This articulation agreement is subject to change based on Delaware Tech and senior institution curriculum changes. 01/2012