- Computer User
- Support Specialist
- Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3)
- OSHA/CareerSafe 10-Hour Certification
Program Entrance Recommendations:
- High School Diploma or GED
- Algebra I or Geometry
- Problem-solving / troubleshooting skills
- Ability to work independently and in a team
- Hand-eye coordination
15 months, 1652 hours
IT Programming is a series of methods of collecting, compiling, and analyzing large quantities of data to satisfy our society’s ever-increasing need for information. With increasing frequency it is apparent that an understanding of IT is a necessary part of general education for students who live and work in our technological society.
Graduates of this program are well prepared for entry level employment in support of an IT department and/or IT clients. Job title certificates can be earned for computer programmer, computer user support specialist, and web developer. Additional education can lead to more advanced opportunities in programming and systems analysis.
*The cost of certification testing is not included in the tuition.