Computer and Information Technology

Students in Computer labThe Computer and Information Technologies program provides instruction that focuses on problem solving and communication skills required for professionals working in the computing industry as well as the private sector. The purpose of the Computer and Information Technologies Program is to prepare students for entry-level positions in computer programming, computer science, applications, database administration, information security, network administration, network technologies or Internet technologies.

Where can I work?

Computer support specialists are employed in professional, scientific, and technical services industries, principally computer systems design and related services. Substantial numbers of these workers are also employed in administrative and support services companies, financial institutions, insurance companies, government agencies, educational institutions, software publishers, telecommunications organizations, health care organizations, and management of companies and enterprises.

How much will I earn?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the national median annual wage for occupations in this area of study is $37,970. Find Out More


How long will it take to complete the program?

This program requires 68 hours of courses for completion. A student will be required to take approximately 17 hours per semester to finish in two years.

What are the program options?

Associate in Applied Science Degree

  • Applications Track
  • Computer Science Track
  • Information Security Track
  • Internet Technologies Track
  • Network Administration Track
  • Programming Track


Would you like more information?

Contact: Kathryn Miller
Phone: (606)218-1259