Careers in Information Technology
"The rapid and widespread use of computers and information technology has generated a need for highly trained workers proficient in various job functions." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Information Technology (IT) is the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer–based information systems, particularly software applications and computer hardware.
Instructors are industry professionals who provide real-world training in a hands–on, interactive classroom environment. A Technical Advisory Committee of industry professionals from Microsoft, Amazon, Boeing, Nordstrom, Starbucks, and some smaller companies, guides each program to ensure they are up–to–date on industry trends and issues.
IT classrooms, labs, and offices have recently been remodeled and outfitted with new equipment. Students have access to both PC and Macintosh operating systems in our student computer labs.
Create, install, and manage databases that organize data.
Use Object Oriented languages to create applications for mobile devices that meet business needs.
Learn how to install, maintain, repair and ensure the security of local and wide area networks.
Gain expertise in current programming languages, program design and systems analysis.
Become skilled in creating the "look and feel" of web sites by learning design, typography, and user experience.
Build web sites and run them by writing applications and interfacing with databases.