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Computer Systems Degrees and Certificate Programs

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Computer Information Systems Degree

Upon completion of this computer information systems degree program, students should be able to code and develop both windows and web based application components, navigate and/or configure multiple operating system platforms and effectively configure and troubleshoot computer and networking hardware and software.

Potential Occupations


Computer Operator 

Systems Analyst 

Software Engineer 

Database Administrator 

Systems and Networking Support Degree

The Associate of Applied Science in Systems and Networking Support degree is ideal for those who enjoy problem-solving, troubleshooting hardware, software and connectivity issues. In this program, students will have the chance to learn about visual programming, Windows scripting, server management and more.

Potential Occupations

Network Assistant 

Network analyst 

WAN Technician 

Network Administrator 

Telecommunications Specialist 

Personal Computer Technician Certificate

This certificate program is designed for the individual who wants to focus on microcom­puter hardware and software installation, maintenance and repair. The objectives of this certificate are in line with CompTIA’s A+ certifi­cation. Along with computer skills and knowl­edge, the achiever is introduced to the world of telecommunications. Telecommunications, in today’s world of connectivity, complements the knowledge of microcomputer utilization in the industry. Certificate credits may also be applied to an appropriate Computer Systems associate de­gree

Networking Technician Certificate

This certificate program is designed to augment an individual’s current knowledge of local area networking. The certificate program broadens the scope of both local and wide area networking architecture. Included in this are hands-on utilization/configuration/troubleshooting activities of the IP protocols, Cisco Routers and Switches, and Microsoft Windows Server operating systems. After successful completion of this certificate, the achiever should be in a position to take the CCNA certification and well on their way to obtain MCP certification. Certificate credits may also be applied to an appropriate Computer Systems associate degree.

Our students in action

Computer Students  Computer Students 2

Contact Information

If you have questions about our degree programs, please contact us at 866.AT.TERRA, or 866.288.3772.

Haley Crabtree - Assistant Professor
Location: A-201, Roy Klay Hall
Email: hcrabtree01@terra.edu
Phone: 419.559.2314

Sara Akers - Lectureship
Location: A-201I, Roy Klay Hall
Email: sakers@terra.edu
Phone: 419.559.2117

Abby Meyer - Academic & Career Advisor
Location: A-100, Roy Klay Hall 
Email: ameyers02@terra.edu
Phone: 419.559.2347 

You can also email us at admissions@terra.edu.