Computer technology majors like working with computers and technology to analyze and solve real-world problems in an ever-changing environment, whether in a small business, a large corporation or a government agency. Adapting to change, learning new technologies and working with others is all part of being in this growing industry.
All computer technology majors take courses in communication and core technology principles and then specialize depending on their area of interest: Network Support and Security, Computer Programming, Microcomputer Support, or Cybersecurity.
- Computer Programming (A.A.S.)
- Cybersecurity (A.A.S.)
- Cybersecurity (C.T.S.)
- Microcomputer Support (A.A.S.)
- Network Support (A.A.S.)