The information technology associate degree is recommended for students with an interest in developing applications in the Web environment. This two-year associate of applied science degree integrates with the four-year bachelor of science in information systems, helping students seamlessly continue their education with expanding professional interests.
Web developer, Web designer, graphic designer, technical support analyst, PC hardware technician, computer consultant and computer programmer
State-of-the-art computer labs, including a networking lab where students can install and configure network servers, clients and other hardware; a graphic arts lab; and a multimedia lab.
The Computer Club is involved on campus in many club/university events. Members also hold game nights throughout each semester.