Information Technology Programs

Offered at the Maumee campus

Technology is essential to the operations of nearly all organizations. If computers are your passion, the I.T. programs at Stautzenberger College can help prepare you for a career in this exciting, evolving and competitive field. We can help you develop the critical thinking, troubleshooting and decision-making skills you need to turn your interest in technology into a career you’ll love.

Information Technology

The Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology (IT) is a degree completion program. It is designed to provide IT professionals with the opportunity to improve their skills, enhance their IT knowledge and advance their careers. Graduates of this program could be well prepared to pursue positions of increased responsibility in a variety of information technology jobs.

I.T. Network Administration

The diploma program in Information Technology Network Administration is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to work as entry-level IT administration professionals.

I.T. Systems Administration

The I.T. Systems Administration program is designed to provide students with the computer skills necessary to enter the computer support field as a network administrator, desktop support technician, computer technician, or a help-desk technician. You can earn your Associate Degree in I.T. Systems Administration in just 24 months and can prepare you for your CompTIA’s A+ and Network+ certification exams, the Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist (MCTS) certification, and Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) exams.

I.T. Enterprise Administration

Develop a solid foundation in the technical aspects of network management and support, desktop troubleshooting, and server administration. You can earn your diploma in I.T. Enterprise Administration (ITEA) in just 21 months. This program provides the technical skills to install, configure, and manage network systems and software on an Enterprise level.

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