Information Technology is the fastest growing career field, and emcopases a wide array of computer professional career paths and positions, from Tech Support to Cyber Security Specialist and spans a range of industries, from technology to healthcare, finance and education.
Careers in IT deal with the design, creation, management and maintenance of the varied components of the system, including software, hardware, networks, systems integration and multimedia.
Job titles could include: Desktop Support Engineer, Computer Consultant, Sales Engineer, Network Engineer, LAN Engineer, WAN Engineer, Network Security Consultant, CIO (Chief Information Officer), CTO (Chief Technology Officer), Systems Administrator, IT Security Analyst, Information Security Professional, Cyber Security Analyst, Computer Security Specialist, Help Desk Technician, Desktop Support Technician, Technical Support Specialist, Systems Administrator, Computer Support Engineer, IT Support Specialist, Field Service Technician, Enterprise Support Technician, Desktop Support Analyst.
The Administrative Technical Support concentration prepares students for positions as computer applications users, computer applications installers/trainers, and technically oriented administrative personnel.
The Computer Applications concentration prepares students for positions as entry-level users of current computer applications including word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.
Successful completion of the curriculum in the Networking concentration prepares students for positions as network administrators and other network personnel. Many of the courses also help prepare students for the Microsoft Certification exams needed for achieving MCSA, MCSE and MCDBA.
Cyndi Dunn has been a professor of Computer Information Systems and Business at Sierra College since 1990. She holds a Bachelor of Science ... More
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