Students in our Information Technology program gain knowledge and skills to install, administer, and troubleshoot networks. They learn about the installation and troubleshooting of network operating systems, cabling, CISCO routers and switches, security and wireless networks, and other LAN/WAN technologies.
Take a look at the Degree Plan:
- Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology - Fall Start
- Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology - Spring Start
Graduates from the Information Technology program can:
- Troubleshoot and solve various IT issues encountered in regular businesses by using diagnostic software and technical knowledge base.
- Demonstrate and apply effective written, oral, and nonverbal communication techniques in a variety of organizational situations.
- Explain terminology, rules, and practices regarding common IT issues and their proper solutions.
- Observe and apply basic safety rules and procedures related to information technology software and hardware.
- Apply proper communication and customer service skills upon entering the workforce.
Many graduates find careers as Computer Network Specialists, Network Administrators, IT Technical Support Specialists, System Administrators, IT Managers, and IT Help Desk Support Staff.
The median wage for careers in Information Technology is $50,380 annually with the median hourly wage at $24.22.
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