Computer Information Technology
Computer & Networking Technology
Emerging Digital Media & Social Communications
Web Design/Web Programming
The convenience of computers comes with pitfalls. In Computer Information Technology, students learn what it takes to avoid them as they explore the processes of managing, analyzing and securing an organization’s data.
Computers are an integral part of today’s workplace. In Computer & Networking Technology, students learn to install, configure and maintain PCs, mobile devices and software as they tackle common technical support tasks.
On digital media platforms, video content is king. In our Emerging Digital Media & Social Communications program, students learn about the creative and technical processes that drive video production.
Everyone and everything has a web presence these days. In Web Design/Web Programming, students master programming languages, software and more as they build compelling websites from scratch.
Students are recognized for outstanding effort, improvement, etc.
According to projections, computer and information technology occupations will account for 546,200 new U.S. jobs through 2028.
Employment of software developers is projected to grow 21 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations.
In May 2018, the median annual wage for computer network support specialists was $62,770. It was $50,980 for computer user support specialists.
Employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 32 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations.
Most web developers spend two years working on an associate’s degree before entering the profession, which has a median annual wage of $69,430.