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Information Technology (with a Specialization in Network and Technical Support)
Purpose: The rapid growth of the computer and electronic industries has increased the demand for technicians who understand both hardware and software technologies. The IT Network and Technical Support specialization curriculum prepares the student to enter the job market as a computer technician or entry-level systems administrator.
Occupational Objectives: Computer Industrial Technician • Computer Network Technician • Computer Technician • Computer Support Specialist
Admission Requirements: Students who plan to transfer to a four-year college after completing the Specialization degree requirements should inform their faculty advisors at the beginning of studies to determine the appropriate courses that meet transfer requirements.
Program Requirements: The program in IT Network and Technical Support specialization is a two-year program combining instruction required for competence as a technician and programmer and in industrial or business environment. The first year of the IT Network and Technical Support specialization program is designed to establish general computer concepts. The second year develops this base in a number of important areas such as specific training in computer programming, computer hardware and networking technologies.
Students will have the opportunity to earn several industry certifications as they complete this degree.
Students who plan to transfer after completing the degree should consult their IT Faculty Advisor at the beginning of studies to determine appropriate transfer course requirements.
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