The Computer Information Technology, Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree prepares students to succeed and thrive in the information technologies workforce. By developing knowledge and skills in software, hardware, networking, and programming, students are prepared to troubleshoot problems, analyze opportunities, develop multiple solution strategies, and communicate effectively with people about computers.

College credit certificates allow students to specialize in specific information technology roles such as help desk, IT analysis, and cybersecurity.

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