Objective: In our Associate degree program, students gain knowledge of computer hardware and a wide array of network technologies. Graduates can be ready for entry-level positions as information technicians, network administrators or systems engineers – continually growing industries that, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, offer great career outlooks and room for advancement.
Upon completion of 1,320 hours of core classes, graduates choose a 360-hour concentration in one of three areas:
Microsoft: Students prepare for eight Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist exams and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional – Server and Enterprise Administrator exams. Exam fees, ranging from $60 to $225, are included in the program costs.
Security: Students prepare for Security Certified Network Specialist (SCNS), Professional (SCNP) and Architect (SCNA) exams, as well as Microsoft exams.
Linux: Students prepare for Linux Professional Institute and Red Hat certifications as well as Microsoft exams.
Click here to view a course outline for our Specialized Associate degree in Information Technology.
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