The Computer Information Technology Program prepares students as entry-level technicians for the maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of the hardware and software used in today’s local and wide area computer networking and information systems.
Typical employers are any business or industry using information technology today. Some examples of these are banks, hospitals, educational institutions, government facilities, mail order facilities, retail chains, school districts, and manufacturing facilities. Students work with current industry standard computers, and computer networks.
It is not required to tell the instructor if you are pregnant but it is highly recommended because of the lifting and other requirements of the program that may jeopardize the health of the mother and fetus.
Joseph Polinsky, Department Chairperson
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