The Information Technology (IT)/Engineering Technology (ET) programs provide the background for entry into the modern industrial and informational age. Both manufacturing and computerized processes are becoming increasingly sophisticated and many jobs of the past do not exist today. Engineering Technology technicians, however, are prepared to work in all areas of production from research and design, to manufacturing, sales, customer service application and service. Information Technology technicians are skilled in areas of computer networking, programming, network security and digital media design. Office Administration graduates are prepared to serve as administrative support personnel and office managers.
Division of Information Technology and Engineering Technology Programs Available
Associate Degree Programs