Computer Network Engineering Technology

to Information Systems Management

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

YOUR PATH TO A BACHELOR'S DEGREE

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.

THE CONNECTED DEGREE 2 + 2 CURRICULUM

Delaware Tech's associate degree program in Computer Network Engineering Technology prepares students for careers in the field of networking and data communications. The curriculum is designed to develop students' skills in installing, operating, and trouble-shooting computer networks. An introduction to computer languages, including assembly language, C++, and Visual systems is included. The electronics courses enable students to design and trouble-shoot the physical layer of the network. Graduates of this program will find jobs as network technicians, network administrators, and installers.

Wilmington University's bachelor's degree program in Information Systems Management (ISM) provides a solid knowledge foundation and a related and meaningful set of experiences to prepare professionals to become Information Technology leaders. Students who successfully complete the ISM program will possess a working command of current business processes and will understand the concepts of business intelligence, data warehousing and information technology applications and practices that can be applied in business, educational, and governmental organizations regardless of size.

VALUE FOR YOU

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.

MAKING THE CONNECTION

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.

CONNECTED DEGREE CURRICULUM

Suggested Course Sequence

ASSOCIATE DEGREE
Computer Network Engineering Technology

DELAWARE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

BACHELOR'S DEGREE
Information Systems Management

WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY

First Semester (Fall) CR
ENG 121 Composition 3
ECO 111 Macroeconomics (Social Science Elective) 3
MAT 181 Algebra & Trigonometry I or 4
MAT 281 Calculus I 4
XXX XXX Campus Program Courses* 3-8
  13-18
Second Semester (Spring)
ENG 122 Technical Writing/Communication 3
ELC 130 Digital Electronics I 4
MAT 182 Algebra & Trigonometry II or 4
MAT 282 Calculus II 4
XXX XXX Campus Program Courses* 8
  19
Third Semester (fall)
ELC 131 Digital Electronics II 4
XXX XXX Social Science Elective 3
XXX XXX Campus Program Courses* 12
  19
Fourth Semester (Spring)
ELC 232 Introduction to Microprocessors 4
XXX XXX Campus Program Courses* 15
  19
Fifth Semester (Fall) CR
MAT 308 Inferential Statistics 3
BBM 301 Organizational Behavior 3
XXX XXX Business Electives** 0-3
  6/9
Sixth Semester (Spring)
BBM 320 Business Communications 3
ISM 300 Business Process Management 3
ISM 330 Business Intelligence 3
ISM 350 Information Technology Policy and Strategy 3
  12
Seventh Semester (Summer)
BBM 350 Intro to E-Commerce 3
BMK 305 Marketing 3
MIS 320 Management Information Systems 3
  9
Eighth Semester (Fall)
FIN 300 Applied Concepts in Accounting and Finance 3
PHI 314 Ethics for Computer Professionals 3
ISM 410 Physical Design and Implementation with DBMS 3
ISM 400 Systems Analysis & Design 3
  12
Ninth Semester (Spring)
ISM 420 Data Modeling and Warehousing 3
ISM 450 Project Management and Practice 3
ISM 455 Strategic Application of Information Tech. 3
  9
**DTCC students must check with their advisor for the correct sequencing of courses at their campus. Credits from the following Campus Program Courses must be completed based upon campus requirements related to industry:

CEN 120 PC Telecommunications 4
CEN 150 Computer Assembly/Maintenance 4
CEN 220 Digital Data Communication with Networks 4
CEN 222 Windows Operating System 4
CEN 223 Unix Operating System Networks 4
CEN 235 Fiber Optics with Networks 4
CEN 250 Data Structures in C 4
CEN 280 Specific Problems in Engineering Technology 4
CIS 120 Introduction to Programming 4
CIS 130 Computer Organization 3
CIS 141 Operating Systems I 4
CIS 146 Computer Networking I 4
CIS 196 Computer Networking II 4
CIS 210 Data Communication/Networking 3
CIS 211 Data Structures 4
ELC 120 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 4
ELC 124 DC AC Circuit Analysis 5
ELM 110 Introduction to Computers Technology 3
MAT 253 Discrete Math 3
PHY 205 General Physics I 4
PHY 271 Electricity and Magnetism 4

*Credits remaining are based on course selections at the associate degree level. Students must complete 120 credits.

**Business Electives: Choose from LES 330, LES 331, or any BAC, BBM, BLA, BMK, ECO, FIN or HRM. Students must meet prerequisites or obtain program coordinator approval.

The Bachelor of Science program in Information Systems Management requires a minimum of 120 credits.
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
Wilmington, Delaware: (302) 573-5475
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. 10/2011