Skip to Navigation
    Arapahoe Community College
   
 
  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Arapahoe Community College Catalog

Computer Technician Certificate


Return to Academic Programs Return to: Academic Programs

CIP 110101 (CTC1)

The Computer Technician program prepares individuals for entry-level jobs in the personal computer industry involving the installation, upgrading and servicing of personal computer systems and computer networks. Three common examples of positions in which a graduate of this program might be employed are retail computer store technician, field service technician for a computer/network systems reseller and in-house computer/network technician for a large company.

Students in this program gain extensive experience with computer hardware, software and networks. Upon successful completion of the program, the student is prepared to take the CompTIA A+ certification exam, the competency standard for service technicians in the computer industry.

Program Requirements


Note(s):


*Students may substitute any of the following courses for CIS 118 : CIS 135 , CIS 161 , CIS 145  and CIS 155 .
**Students may substitute the following course for CNG 211 : CIS 128

Total: 27 credit hours


Graduation Requirements


  • To graduate, students must apply for graduation and complete the graduation survey (available via myACC). (form available at www.arapahoe.edu/graduation)
  • After applying for graduation, all correspondence to a student about the status of their program conferral will be sent to their student email address only.
  • As a graduate of a Career and Technical Education program you will be contacted by an ACC employee in approximately six months to verify your employment information. This information gathering is a federal requirement to ensure that ACC receives certain federal funding.
  • “Information regarding occupations, completion rates, placement rates, program costs and median loan debt may be found at www.arapahoe.edu/departments-and-programs/gainful-employment-disclosure-information.”

Return to Academic Programs Return to: Academic Programs