It Pays to Be in IT. Besides having low unemployment levels, IT jobs pay salaries that are significantly higher than the national average.
The Information Technology (IT) program is a one-year course, with an optional year-two elective course, that gives students a hands-on introduction to the fields of: IT, Computer Hardware & Operating Systems, Networking, Robotics, 3-D Printing, Aerial Drones, and Programming. Students have the opportunity to take the CompTIA IT Fundamentals Certificate and A+ Certification exams. Passing these industry exams lets you stand out from the crowd. Having a certification in your hand boosts your resume and is a compelling credential when you’re applying for a job.