Students completing the CAT minor will be able to serve as a computer and technology resource person for a school, business or other type of organization. Students will be able to assist with needs assessment, resource identification, acquisition and allocation, and systems management and maintenance.
The computers and technology minor consists of four required core courses and three electives. The core courses provide students with a solid foundation of practical skills in using computers and integrating technology, while the electives afford students the opportunity to pursue individual interests in specific departments or disciplines.
Students must show competency in CAT 105 (complete CAT 105, pass competency exams or hold MOS specialist certification) before beginning classes in the minor.
* In addition to the core courses, each minor must complete at least nine credit hours of electives selected in consultation with the department of computers and technology and the student’s major department. Certain departments, such as business and education, may require students to take specific CAT electives in order to satisfy departmental requirements.
Desktop Publishing Minor
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