Graduates of the online Information Technology associate’s degree from Cerro Coso Community College will be able to configure, install, diagnose, and support hardware and software issues for clients. Skills in reading, interpreting, and communicating technical information to various audiences can be useful in any workplace.
Students will gain competency in databases and information management. Courses explain ways to work with servers, storage, and virtualization, including implementing and evaluating security solutions. Graduates will be prepared to design, test, debug, and implement complex computer programs.
Careers available to graduates include:
- Computer programmer
- Computer repair (A+ certified)
- Computer help desk support
- Network technician
- Information assurance technician
- Cybersecurity technician
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Program Requirements & Restrictions
Minimum EducationHigh School or Equivalent
Official High School Transcript/GED Score
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