The online Associate of Occupational Science in Information Technology provides training in the fundamentals of computers with an intensive focus on computer networking. Students are expected to become proficient in widely used software programs such as Microsoft Windows® and Microsoft Office Suite,® and learn to design, install, and administer Microsoft Windows-based and Open Source Linux-based networks.
Graduates will be prepared to gain entry-level employment in the information technology industry.
High-school diploma or GED. College transcripts (if applicable). Take a brief, 25-question enrollment exam (OR have an ACT score of 17 OR a SAT score of 830).
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