Martinsburg College is an online distance learning college offering an industry leading Information Technology (IT) certificate program. We are proud to serve the military community including veterans and military spouses.

Associate of Science in Integrated Technologies

This program is designed to provide students with the technical skills and knowledge required to work in a broad range of fields providing technical support, services, and products for a range of technologies utilized in modern homes and businesses. This includes networking, computer support and maintenance, wiring installation, systems administration, and telecommunications.

Martinsburg College is dedicated to serving all branches of the military, including the Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force, We are equally dedicated to serving the broader military community including veterans and military spouses. Our associate of science degree in integrated technologies is an ideal choice for students seeking to improve their technical skills and pursue opportunities in a wide range of technology fields.

Martinsburg College is a transfer partner with Western Governors University (WGU). Graduates of the Associate of Science in Integrated Technologies can transfer credits from this program into a degree program at WGU. For more information on the WGU transfer program, please click here

The Associate of Science in Integrated Technologies program has a common core and then offers students elective options. The elective choices include courses in networking and systems administration as well as installation, configuration, and implementation of integrated digital technologies.

Overall Program Goal

Upon completion of the program, students are expected to be able to install, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot, repair, monitor, manage, and administer integrated systems and other computer-related technologies

Program Learning Outcomes

Core Courses:
    Students take a minimum of nine credits from the core courses. Depending upon the courses taken, students are expected to be able to:

  • Use web browsers and cloud-based software applications
  • Identify the functions of hardware devices, operating systems, and network components
  • Practice safe computing in the workplace
  • Provide good customer service and support
  • Identify the components of a basic network

Depending on electives chosen, students will demonstrate application of knowledge in the following areas:
    Networking:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of how to plan, design, and configure a network
  • Demonstrate knowledge of how to troubleshoot and repair computer hardware and software issues
  • Plan, configure, deploy, troubleshoot, manage, and maintain Windows Operating Systems
  • Using a Virtual Machine, plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, manage, and maintain a Windows Server environment
  • Demonstrate knowledge of assessing the security of computer systems by identifying weaknesses and vulnerabilities

    Integrated Technologies:

  • Apply electronic concepts to build an electronic device
  • Plan, design, and install a structured wiring installation using lab simulations
  • Plan, design, and setup a home entertainment system using lab simulations
  • Install and configure a VoIP telecommunications system using lab simulations
  • Install an automated lighting control system using lab simulations
  • Install an automated temperature control system using lab simulations
  • Plan and design a water control system using lab simulations
  • Plan, design, install, and configure a home security system using lab simulations
  • Interconnect and configure automated subsystems into a centrally controlled integrated system using lab simulations

Graduation: Student must successfully complete 60 semester credit hours to earn an Associate of Science in Integrated Technologies degree including 15 credits in General Education courses.

Associate of Science in Integrated Technologies – Courses Include

Introduction to Computer Technologies (3 semester credit hours)

Intro to Psychology (3 semester credit hours)

Business Mathematics (3 semester credit hours)

American Government (3 semester credit hours)

Business Communications I (3 semester credit hours)

Introduction to Operating Systems and Software Applications (3 semester credit hours)

Computer Fundamentals (3 semester credit hours)

IT Fundamentals- Server Administration (1 semester credit hour)

IT Fundamentals- Networking Fundamentals (1 semester credit hour)

IT Fundamentals- Security (1 semester credit hour)

Computer Repair and Maintenance I (3 semester credit hours)

Computer Repair and Maintenance II (3 semester credit hours)

Network Management I (3 semester credit hours)

Network Management II (3 semester credit hours)

Cloud Computing (3 semester credit hours)

Customer Support and Service Management (3 semester credit hours)

Business Software Applications I (3 semester credit hours)

Business Software Applications II (3 semester credit hours)

Technical Mathematics (3 semester credit hours)

Electrical and Electronic Fundamentals (3 semester credit hours)

Digital Technology Tools, Products, and Services (3 semester credit hours)

Wiring Installation (3 semester credit hours)

Home Entertainment Systems (3 semester credit hours)

Telecommunication Systems (3 semester credit hours)

Lighting, Temperature, and Water Control Systems (3 semester credit hours)

Security, Surveillance, and Access Control Systems (3 semester credit hours)

System Automation and Integration (3 semester credit hours)

Operating Systems Technologies I (3 semester credit hours)

Operating Systems Technologies II (3 semester credit hours)

Systems Administration I (3 semester credit hours)

Systems Administration II (3 semester credit hours)

Systems Administration III (3 semester credit hours)

Server Technologies (3 semester credit hours)

Server Technologies I (3 semester credit hours)

Server Installation (3 semester credit hours)

Security Fundamentals I (3 semester credit hours)

Network Security (3 semester credit hours)

Network Routing and Switching I (3 semester credit hours)

Network Routing and Switching II (3 semester credit hours)

Ethical Hacker (3 semester credit hours)

Mobile Security (3 semester credit hours)

For course descriptions, please see the Martinsburg College catalog.

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