Information Technology is a fast growing career field, and in the top ten for in-demand jobs. IT encompasses a wide array of computer professional career paths and positions, from Tech Support to Cyber Security, and from Office Work to Business Analyst. The field spans a broad range of industries, including technology, healthcare, finance, retail, government and education.
Careers in IT deal with the design, creation, management, maintenance, and business use of the varied components of computer systems, including software, hardware, networks, and the cloud.
Networking and Security
Virtual Office Professional
Computer Applications and Business Information Systems
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If yes, then an IT career may be right for you. Technology is constantly changing. In an IT career, you won’t be bored.
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.
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