The program outlined here will prepare students for transfer to a four-year college to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems. The curriculum follows the model provided by the Association of Computing Machinery and the Institute of Electrical Engineers Computer Society in order to assure maximum transferability. Upon graduation, students can expect to transfer to a four-year college with junior status. The field of information technology is interdisciplinary, with applications to all aspects of the economy. Information technologists need a balance of software and hardware applications with concentration in specific courses. Effective problem solving is central to this degree; this curriculum provides the necessary foundation. The software development process (composing and coordinating components of a program) requires that students construct algorithms for problem solving with appropriate documentation. This curriculum has been designed to prepare the student to meet the future needs of integration, design, deployment and management of computing, resources and services.