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AAS - Professional Studies - Information Technology concentration

Overview

NOTE: This program is no longer accepting new students and is being phased out and replaced by the Computer Information Technology program with a concentration in Programming. Each college's phase out plans for enrolled students will be announced as they become available. 

 The Associate of Applied Science in Professional Studies with a concentration in Information Technology provides students with a foundation in various programming languages (C++, C#, Java, Visual Basic), LAN/WAN networking, data structures, and web page development and design.

This two-year degree program is designed to help students acquire the skills necessary for entry-level IT employment opportunities upon graduation from community college. If you are considering transfer to a  4-year institution,  the Tennessee Transfer Pathway in Information Systems might be a more appropriate option. 


Degree Availability

The AAS degree in Professional Studies with a concentration in Information Technology can be obtained online through the community colleges shown below. Select a community college from the list below to find out more about the degree program. Upon completion, your degree will be awarded and conferred by the institution you select as your home school. There is no differentiation between earning your degree on-ground or online.

Columbia State Community College - Program is being terminated and no longer accepts new students as of Fall 2017. Currently enrolled students must complete this program by December 2018. Consult with your academic advisor for guidance.
Dyersburg State Community College - Program is being terminated and no longer accepts new students as of Fall 2016. Currently enrolled students must complete this program by Fall 2020. Consult with your academic advisor for guidance.
Pellissippi State Community College - Program is being terminated and no longer accepts new students as of Fall 2016. Currently enrolled students must complete this program by December 2017. Consult with your academic advisor for guidance.
Roane State Community College - Program terminated effective Fall 2016. No phase-out required. Curriculum is not available as the AAS in Computer Information Technology.