Computer Information Technology
The mission of the Computer Information Technology Program is to prepare and develop students so they can acquire and retain employment in the high-tech computer networking technology field upon graduation through traditional and distance education.
Hands-on, real world experience within an individualized objective-based program with personal instruction prepare each student to pass the A+, N+, S+ and Microsoft Certifications.
The Computer Information Technology Program is broken into two tracks of training. One track is called Information Systems (IS) which trains the student in computer software. The other track is called Information Technology (IT) which trains the student in the technical aspects of hardware and networking.
Computer Information Technology Track
(available on-ground only)
|Desktop Technician||432 Hours|
|Networking Technician||648 Hours|
|Security Specialist||863 Hours|
|Microcomputer Specialist||1296 Hours|
|IT Specialist||1728 Hours|
|IT Systems Coordinator||2160 Hours|
Computer Information Systems Track
|PC Operator||432 Hours|
|Information Processing Technician||864 Hours|
|Computer Support Specialist||1296 Hours|
|Web Developer||1296 Hours|
|Computer Information Systems||2160 Hours|
- Complete TCAT-M Application
- Provide a high school diploma/transcript or GED transcript
- MMR and Varicella
- Personal Interview
*Dual enrollment is available for this course.
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify through the Federal Pell Grant, Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant, WIA, VA, and other scholarships.