Information Technology.

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.