About Computer Information Technology
With the growing importance of computers in the workplace and the emphasis on more sophisticated technologies, qualified computer technicians are in high demand. This program is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to become network administrators. Training includes operating systems, computer repair, programming, networking, emerging trends and troubleshooting skills.
The Computer Information Technology program integrates Cisco technology into their curriculum to prepare students for entry-level career opportunities, continuing education, and pursuit of globally-recognized Cisco CCNA certifications and other industry-standard certifications such as MTA, A+, Networking+, etc. Certificates also included are Cisco Cyber Ops Associates, CCNAv7 Switching, routing, and wireless, and CCNAv7 Introduction to Network.
High school students may begin the Computer Information Technology program by taking classes concurrently with their regular studies and earn credit toward a certificate of proficiency which will apply to the technical certificate and associate of applied science degree.