The Information Technology (IT) programs are designed to provide students the analytical skills and technological expertise to obtain employment as IT professionals in a variety of industries. Students in these programs enjoy working with hardware and software, learning new technologies, interacting with clients and solving problems. The estimated salary range for Information Technology (IT) graduates is $42,095 - $63,654*.
|Computer Analyst- Business and Web Programming||Associate of Applied Science|
|Computer Analyst- Information Security||Certificate|
|Computer Analyst- Mobile Application Development||Certificate|
|Computer Analyst- Networking Administration and Tech Support||Associate of Applied Science|
|Computer Technology, Networking and Programming||Associate of Applied Science|
|IT Coding Bootcamp||Course|
|IT Foundations Certificate||Career Pathway Certificate|
|IT Foundations Networking Certificate||Career Pathway Certificate|
|IT Foundations Programming Certificate||Career Pathway Certificate|
Advantages of Information Technology
Opportunities for Growth
Computers and technology are constantly evolving; a career in IT means you'll never be bored! An IT department consists of many different positions, and graduates within these programs will have opportunities to advance and grow within their fields. The industry is growing and changing on a daily basis, making it an exciting and adventurous career.
High Earning Potential
Information Technology is critical to any business. IT professionals are needed across the country and earn, on average, $23.50 per hour, although wages vary based on location, experience, continuing education and opportunities for advancement.
*Salary Source: EMSI; Salary range represents 10th percentile - median annual wage for related occupations in the NICC district.
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