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Associate Degree Completion Program
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.
Information Technology Management Classes
This program includes courses in green information and business information technology, infrastructure, and server management. General education courses in history, math, psychology and ethics provide the necessary curriculum to complete the associate degree. This program also offers a course in digital communication strategies, providing students with an opportunity to explore current social media and its use in a professional setting.
What Do You Do With Information Technology Training?
Those with associate degrees in IT could work as network or computer system administrators, computer systems analysts, and computer user support specialists.*
Associate Degree Program
This Associate degree program offers an educational foundation for an IT career. This is a degree completion program requiring a certificate, diploma or approved career experience in an IT-related field for admission.
Take classes when it fits your schedule.
At Stautzenberger, we understand the “traditional” class schedule may not fit your schedule. Our online programs make it possible to learn on your schedule while still taking care of work, family and personal responsibilities.
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*Bureau of Labor Statistics, information technology careers, http://www.onetonline.org/find/quick?s=information+technology