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CTMAS Schedule

PROGRAM MAPS (SCHEDULES):

 

NOTE: Plase cross reference the I.T Annual Course Schedule to verify your required courses are being offered during the term you plan to register

1Computer Technology Transfer - Management Information Systems (CTMAS)

 

Types of awards: Associate of Science

Total Program Credit Hours: 99.0

Full-Time Program Map (Schedule) - (CTMAS)

YEAR 1

QUARTER 1
(Fall)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 1311 Web Page Creation 4.5 Fall & Spring
GEN ED Quantitative/Numeracy 4.5 All
ENGL 1010 English Comp I 4.5 All
Additional Notes: (specific to the quater)
1. Recommend MATH 1315, since it is a prerequisite to MATH 1425.

QUARTER 2
(Winter)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 1003 Problem Solving & Programming Logic 4.5 All
INFO 2800 IT Ethics 4.5 Winter & Summer
ENGL 1020 English Comp II 4.5 All

QUARTER 3
(Spring)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 1521 or
INFO 1499
Java Programming I or
Computer Science I
4.5 All
INFO 2100 Orgs., Apps., & Technology 4.5 Spring & Fall
SPCH 1110 Public Speaking 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. INFO 1499 should be taken as the only option once INFO 1499 is available in the schedule. This will match changes to UNO’s curriculum and facilitate 1-to-1 transfer. Next catalog, only INFO 1499 will be offered in the CTMAS pathway and INFO 1499 will no longer be part of the CTMAS pathway.
2. This completes Communication gen. ed. requirements.

QUARTER 4
(Summer)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 2530 or
INFO 1500
Data Structures Using Java or
Computer Science II
4.5 All
INFO 1002 Introduction to Info. Tech. 4.5 All
GEN ED Critical Thinking/Creativity 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. INFO 1500 should be taken as the only option once INFO 1500 is available in the schedule. This will match changes to UNO’s curriculum and facilitate 1-to-1 transfer. Next catalog, only INFO 1500 will be offered in the CTSAS pathway and INFO 2530 will no longer be part of the CTSAS pathway.
2. This completes degree critical thinking/creativity & social/cultural awareness gen. ed. requirement.

YEAR 2

QUARTER 5
(Fall)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
GEN ED Professionalism/Life Skills & Info Lit. 4.5 All
ACCT 1100 Accounting I 4.5 All
ECON 1000 Macroeconomics 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Recommend EXPL 1000 or HMRL 1010 for transferability. HMRL 1010 is more widely accepted by other colleges.
2. This completes degree gen. ed. requirement for professionalism/life skills & information literacy.
3. Students should attempt to take ACCT 1100, ACCT 1110, and ACCT 1120 immediately after one another to facilitate understanding and learning. It is helpful to complete the math requirements early in the program of study. Basic arithmetic and reading skills are necessary.

QUARTER 6
(Winter)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
ACCT 1110 Accounting II 4.5 All
ECON 1100 Microeconomics 4.5 All
INFO 1620 Introduction to DB Design 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Students should attempt to take ACCT 1100, ACCT 1110, and ACCT 1120 immediately after one another to facilitate understanding and learning. It is helpful to complete the math requirements early in the program of study. Basic arithmetic and reading skills are necessary.

QUARTER 7
(Spring)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 2630 Structured Query Language (SQL) 4.5 All
ACCT 1120 Accounting III 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Students should attempt to take ACCT 1100, ACCT 1110, and ACCT 1120 immediately after one another to facilitate understanding and learning. It is helpful to complete the math requirements early in the program of study. Basic arithmetic and reading skills are necessary.

QUARTER 8
(Summer)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
GEN ED Scientific Inquiry 4.5 All
Elective Scientific Inquiry 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. This completes degree gen. ed. requirement for scientific inquiry.
2. Student wishing to maximize transfer credits are advised to visit UNO’s transfer an articulation page at https://www.unomaha.edu/registrar/students/before-you-enroll/transfer-credit/transfer-guide.php to select an MCC gen. ed. course that has been approved by UNO. No recommendations are made by the Department of Information technology since articulation/transfer is constantly evolving.
Part-Time Program Map (Schedule) - (CTMAS)

YEAR 1

QUARTER 1
(Fall)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 1003 Problem Solving and Programming Logic 4.5 All
INFO 1311 Web Page Creation 4.5 Fall & Spring
Additional Notes: (specific to the quater)

QUARTER 2
(Winter)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 1521 or
INFO 1499
Java I or
Computer Science I
4.5 All
GEN ED Quantitative/Numeracy 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1: INFO 1499 should be taken as the only option once INFO 1499 is available in the schedule. This will match changes to UNO’s curriculum and facilitate 1-to-1 transfer. Next catalog, only INFO 1499 will be offered in the CTSAS pathway and INFO 1499 will no longer be part of the CTSAS pathway.
2: Recommend MATH 1315 since it is a prerequisite for MATH 1425.

QUARTER 3
(Spring)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 2530 or
INFO 1500
Data Structures Using Java or
Computer Science II
4.5 All
INFO 2100 Orgs., Apps., & Technology 4.5 Spring & Fall
Additional Notes:
#1: INFO 1500 should be taken as the only option once INFO 1500 is available in the schedule. This will match changes to UNO’s curriculum and facilitate 1-to-1 transfer. Next catalog, only INFO 1500 will be offered in the CTSAS pathway and INFO 2530 will no longer be part of the CTSAS pathway.

QUARTER 4
(Summer)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 2800 IT Ethics 4.5 Winter & Spring
ENGL 1010 English Comp I 4.5 All

QUARTER 5
(Fall)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 1002 Introduction to Info. Tech. 4.5 All
ENGL 1020 English Comp II 4.5 All

QUARTER 6
(Winter)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
GEN ED Critical Thinking/Creativity 4.5 All
GEN ED Professionalism/Life Skills & Information Literacy 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Recommend EXPL 1000 or HMRL 1010 for transferability. HMRL 1010 is more widely accepted by other colleges.
2. This completes degree gen. ed. requirement for professionalism/life skills & information literacy.

QUARTER 7
(Spring)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 1620 Introduction to DB Design 4.5 All
SPCH 1110 Public Speaking 4.5 All

QUARTER 8
(Summer)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
ACCT 1100 Accounting I 4.5 All
ECON 1000 Macroeconomics 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Students should attempt to take ACCT 1100, ACCT 1110, and ACCT 1120 immediately after one another to facilitate understanding and learning. It is helpful to complete the math requirements early in the program of study. Basic arithmetic and reading skills are necessary.

QUARTER 9
(Fall)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
INFO 2630 Structured Query Language (SQL) 4.5 All
ACCT 1110 Accounting II 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Students should attempt to take ACCT 1100, ACCT 1110, and ACCT 1120 immediately after one another to facilitate understanding and learning. It is helpful to complete the math requirements early in the program of study. Basic arithmetic and reading skills are necessary.

QUARTER 10
(Winter)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
ACCT 1120 Accounting II 4.5 All
ECON 1100 Microeconomics 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Students should attempt to take ACCT 1100, ACCT 1110, and ACCT 1120 immediately after one another to facilitate understanding and learning. It is helpful to complete the math requirements early in the program of study. Basic arithmetic and reading skills are necessary.

QUARTER 11
(Spring)

Course Number Course Title Credit Hrs. Terms
Elective Scientific Inquiry 4.5 All
Elective Scientific Inquiry 4.5 All
Additional Notes:
1. Student wishing to maximize transfer credits are advised to visit UNO’s transfer an articulation page at
https://www.unomaha.edu/registrar/students/before-you-enroll/transfer-credit/transfer-guide.php to select an MCC GEN ED course that has been approved by UNO. No recommendations are made by the Department of Information technology since articulation/transfer is constantly evolving.