Explore Academic Programs - Information Technology


Every large business needs people who understand the company's computer and software systems. An information technology degree prepares students as generalists who can help others get the most out of their technology.


Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

This program offers different pathways, and you can choose your final destination. Students may pursue an associate degree or certificate. The certificate develops skills for more immediate employability. The associate degree adds additional specialized coursework along with more general academic courses.

Computer Systems Analysts

Potential Earnings Median Wages (2017): $42.44 hourly, $88,270 annual

Projected Growth Rate (2016-2026): Average (5% to 9%) 

Projected Job Openings (2016-2026): 44,800

Computer User Support Specialists

Potential Earnings Median Wages (2017): $24.14 hourly, $50,210 annual

Projected Growth Rate (2016-2026): Faster than average (10% to 14%) 

Projected Job Openings (2016-2026): 55,400


* Further study (bachelor's degree) required | ** Study beyond bachelor's degree required

Degrees and Certificates

One associate degree and two certificates are available.

Information Technology Pathways

Delivery Mode

Associate of Applied Science

Information Technology

60 credit hours, two years full time 

Central Campus Day

Central Campus Evening & Weekend

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Certificate of Completion

Computer Helpdesk Specialist

30 credit hours, two semesters full time 

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Central Campus Evening & Weekend

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