There are a variety of focus areas in which to choose from, and SCC graduates earn an average starting wage of $33,000 per year.
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SCC’s Computer Information Technology program offers hands-on training that leads students directly to employment in a computer career. The CIT program offers flexibility for students to attend either full-time or part-time. Course are taught day and evening, with many available online.
In the associate degree, there are two main areas of career emphasis to choose from: Applications Development and Networking & Support.
The Networking & Support focus offers students hands-on training in the setup, maintenance, support, and management of computer hardware and software, operating systems, and networks. Within this focus, there are two options: (1) The Computer Support option offers training for technical support and help desk positions. Courses cover advanced computer applications, network basics, IT support tools and techniques, and hardware and software troubleshooting. (2) The Network Management option trains students to set up, maintain, and manage computer networks. Courses deal with basic data communications, TCP/IP, Cisco networking, Windows Server, Linux Server administration, network security, and virtual machine management.
A certificate is available to provide basic skills for employment outside the IT field.
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