Business & Service Careers

Barber-Styling

Program Description & Curriculum

This program is designed to prepare students to work efficiently in the industry of Barber-Styling. This competency-based program includes classroom instruction and practical/lab experience under supervision of the instructor. Practical skills are developed through experience in a school-based, on-site shop which is equipped and managed according to industry standards by the students with instructor supervision. Upon completion, students are eligible to take the LA State Board of Barber Examiners licensure examination.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
BARB 1110 History of Barbering and the Professional Image 2/0 2 30
CPTR 1000 Introduction to Computers 1/1 2 45
BARB 1120 Sanitation, Bacteriology, Safety with Tools, Implements, and Equipment Theory and Practice 0/2 2 60
BARB 1131 Sanitation, Bacteriology, Safety with Tools, Implements, and Equipment Lab 0/1 1 30
BARB 1160 Men’s/Women’s Basic Haircutting/Styling Theory & Practice 0/2 2 60
BARB 1220 Shaving, Mustaches, and Beards Theory & Practice 0/1 1 30
BARB 1211 Barber-Styling Lab 1 0/4 4 180
BARB 1410 Electricity and Safety 1/0 1 15
BARB 1140 Facial Massage and Treatments Theory & Practice 0/2 2 60
BARB 1150 Properties/Disorders/Treatments of Skin, Scalp, & Hair Theory and Practice 0/2 2 60
BARB 1231 Barber-Styling Lab II 0/2 2 90
BARB 1310 Permanent Waving/Chemical Hair Relaxing Theory & Practice 0/3 3 90
BARB 1321 Permanent Waving/Chemical Hair Relaxing Lab 0/2 2 60
BARB 1350 Chemistry 2/0 2 30
BARB 1420 Anatomy and Physiology 1/1 2 45
BARB 1430 Men’s Hairpieces Theory 0/1 1 30
BARB 1441 Barber-Styling Lab III 0/5 5 225
BARB 2630 Professionalism for Barber Styling 1/0 1 15
BARB 1330 Hair Coloring Theory and Practice 0/2 2 60
BARB 1341 Hair Coloring Lab 0/2 2 60
BARB 2111 Barber-Styling Shop Management and Sales 0/2 2 60
BARB 2120 LA State Barber Board Review Theory 3/0 3 45
BARB 2131 LA State Barber Board Review Lab 0/4 4 180
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – Barber-Styling 53 1605
Optional Elective
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
With approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the above course requirements.
BARB 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
BARB 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
BARB 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
BARB 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
BARB 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
BARB 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
Business Office Administration

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to prepare individuals to perform tasks related to the management of marketable skills and career advancement in various areas of business, industry, and health offices. Students will receive hands-on training in office technology, software skills, customer service, and strong work ethics for success in the workplace.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Technical Diploma (TD)

Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS)

Technical Competency Area (TCA)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

CURRICULUM
Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
Pre-Requisites courses
CPTR 1002 Computer Literacy & Applications 3/0 3 45
KYBD 1010 Introduction Keyboarding 3/0 3 45
Core Courses for all Concentration Areas
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
BUSE 1030 Business English 3/0 3 45
KYBD 1111 Introduction to Formatting 2/1 3 75
OSYS 1100 Records Management 3/0 3 45
TCA – General Clerk 13 225
The TCA – General Clerk PLUS the following courses comprise the GENERAL OFFICE CONCENTRATION
ACCT 1100 Principles of Accounting, Part I 2/1 3 75
BUSM 1050 Business Math 3/0 3 60
BUSE 1045 Business Communication 3/0 3 45
CPTR 1320 Spreadsheets 2/1 3 75
CRTR 1310 Database Management 2/1 3 60
ISYS 1440 Word Processing 2/1 3 75
ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting, Part II 2/1 3 75
CTS – Office Assistant Specialist 34 690
ISYS 1650 Desktop Publishing 2/1 3 60
MATR 1350 Machine Transcription 3/0 3 45
OSYS 2530 Office Procedures 3/0 3 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – BOT (General Office Concentration) 45 870
The TCA – General Clerk PLUS the CTS – Office Assistant SpecialistPLUS the following courses comprise the Computer Applications Concentration
CPTR 1200 Introduction to Operating Systems 3/0 3 45
CPTR 1600 Presentation Software 3/0 3 45
CPTR 1400 Introduction to Networking Technologies 3/0 3 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – BOT (Computer App Concentration) 45 855
The TCA – General Clerk PLUS the following courses comprise the ACCOUNTING CONCENTRATION
ACCT 1100 Principles of Accounting, Part I 2/1 3 75
ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting, Part II 2/1 3 75
ACCT 1250 Payroll Accounting 0/3 3 45
BUSM 1050 Business Math 3/0 3 60
BUSE 1045 Business Communication 3/0 3 45
CPTR 1320 Spreadsheets 2/1 3 75
ISYS 1440 Word Processing 2/1 3 75
CTS – Accounting Office Specialist 34 675
ACCT 1300 Intermediate Accounting 2/1 3 60
ACCT 1400 Advanced Accounting 2/1 3 60
ACCT 1500 Computerized Accounting 2/1 3 60
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – BOT (Accounting Concentration) 45 885
The TCA – General Clerk PLUS the following courses comprise the MEDICAL OFFICE CONCENTRATION
BOTH 1300 Medical Office Terminology 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1120 General Body Structure 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1210 Administrative Procedures for Medical Offices 3/0 3 45
ACCT 1100 Principles of Accounting, Part I 2/1 3 75
BUSM 1050 Business Math 3/0 3 60
BUSE 1045 Business Communication 3/0 3 45
BOTH 2110 Medical Office Transcription 3/0 3 45
CTS – Medical Office Specialist 34 585
BOTH 1230 Insurance Billing 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1240 Coding 3/0 3 45
ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting, Part II Or 2/1 3 75
BOTH 1250 Advanced Coding 2/1 3 75
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – BOT (Medical Office Concentration) 45 780
Additional Exit Points
BOTH 1120 General Body Structure 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1300 Medical Office Terminology 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1230 Insurance Billing 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1240 Coding 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1250 Advanced Coding 2/1 3 75
TCA – Medical Records/Billing Clerk 15 255
BOTH 1210 Administrative Procedures for Medical Offices 3/0 3 45
OSYS 1100 Records Management 3/0 3 45
BOTH 2110 Medical Office Transcription 3/0 3 45
CTS – Medical Records/Billing Specialist 24 390
The TCA – General Clerk PLUS the following courses comprise the LEGAL OFFICE CONCENTRATION
ACCT 1100 Principles of Accounting, Part I 2/1 3 75
ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting, Part II 2/1 3 75
BUSM 1050 Business Math 3/0 3 60
BUSI 1000 Business Law 3/0 3 45
BUSE 1045 Business Communication 3/0 3 45
BOTL 1300 Legal Terminology 3/0 3 45
BOTL 2110 Legal Transcription 3/0 3 45
CTS – Legal Office Specialist 34 615
CPTR 1320 Spreadsheets 2/1 3 75
ACCT 1500 Computerized Accounting 2/1 3 60
BOTL 1210 Legal Administrative Procedures 3/0 3 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – BOT (Legal Office Concentration) 45 825
Any TD concentration PLUS the following courses
ENGL 1015 English Composition 3/0 3 45
MATH 1015 College Algebra 3/0 3 45
PSYC 2015 Introduction to Psychology 3/0 3 45
PHSC 1015 Physical Science 3/0 3 45
SPCH 1015 Introduction to Public Speaking 3/0 3 45
Gen Ed CoursesAAS – Business Office Administration (Gen Ed Courses PLUS any BOT Technical Diploma) 1560 2251095
Additional Exit Points
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
BUSE 1030 Business English 3/0 3 45
BUSE 1045 Business Communication 3/0 3 45
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CCRV 1000 Telephone Sales & Skills 3/0 3 45
CCRV 1100 Call Center Procedures 3/0 3 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TCA – Call Center Representative 18 270
Human Resource Specialist
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
KYBD 1111 Introduction to Formatting 2/1 3 75
HURM 1000 Employment Law & Regulations 3/0 3 45
HURM 1100 Training & Development 3/0 3 45
HURM 1200 Recruiting, Selecting, & Personnel Planning 3/0 3 45
HURM 1300 Compensation & Benefits 3/0 3 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TCA – Human Resource Specialist 18 300
Bank Teller
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
BUSM 1050 Business Math 3/0 3 60
BTEL 1000 Bank Teller Procedures 3/0 3 45
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
ACCT 1100 Principles of Accounting, Part I 2/1 3 75
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TCA – Bank Teller 15 270
Business Electives may be chosen from the list below with approval from advisor.Optional Electives
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
With approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for course requirements.
SPPR 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
SPPR 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
SPPR 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
SPPR 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
SPPR 2998 Special Projects V 1/0 1 15
SPPR 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
SPPR 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
ACCT 1115 Principles of Accounting, Part I Lab 0/1 1 30
ACCT 1215 Principles of Accounting, Part II Lab 0/1 1 30
ACCT 1300 Intermediate Accounting 2/1 3 60
ACCT 1400 Advanced Accounting 2/1 3 60
ACCT 1500 Computerized Accounting 2/1 3 60
ACCT 1600 Advanced Accounting II 2/1 3 60
BOTH 1120 General Body Structure 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1210 Administrative Procedures for Medical Offices 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1230 Insurance Billing 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1240 Coding 3/0 3 45
BOTH 1250 Advanced Coding 2/1 3 60
BOTH 1300 Medical Office Terminology 3/0 3 45
BOTH 2110 Medical Office Transcription 3/0 3 45
BOTL 1210 Legal Administrative Procedures 3/0 3 45
BOTL 1300 Legal Terminology 3/0 3 45
BOTL 2110 Legal Transcription 3/0 3 45
BTEL 1000 Bank Teller Procedures 3/0 3 45
BUSE 1050 Business Correspondence 3/0 3 45
BUSI 1000 Business Law 3/0 3 45
BUSI 2115 Transcription Lab 0/1 1 30
CCRV 1000 Telephone Sales & Skills 3/0 3 45
CCRV 1100 Call Center Procedures 3/0 3 45
HURM 1400 Principles of Management 3/0 3 45
HURM 1500 People Skills 3/0 3 45
HURM 1600 Human Resource Management 3/0 3 45
HURM 1700 Diversity in Management 3/0 3 45
ISYS 1400 Windows Applications, Part I 3/0 3 45
ISYS 1410 Windows Applications, Part II 3/0 3 45
ISYS 1420 Windows Applications, Part III 3/0 3 45
ISYS 1430 Windows Applications, Part IV 3/0 3 45
KYBD 1115 Introduction to Formatting Lab 0/1 1 30
KYBD 1210 Intermediate Formatting 2/1 3 60
KYBD 1215 Intermediate Formatting Lab 0/1 1 30
KYBD 1310 Advanced Formatting 2/1 3 60
KYBD 1315 Advanced Formatting Lab 0/1 1 30
OSYS 1250 Business Calculators 3/0 3 45
TECE 1000 English Technical Applications 3/0 3 45
TECM 1000 Math for Technical Applications 3/0 3 45
Business Office Technology

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to prepare individuals to perform tasks related to the management of marketable skills and career advancement in various areas of business, industry, and health offices. Students will receive hands-on training in office technology, software skills, customer service, and strong work ethics for success in the workplace.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
Pre-Requisites courses
CPTR 1002 Computer Literacy & Applications 3/0 3 45
KYBD 1010 Introduction Keyboarding 3/0 3 45
Core Courses for all Concentration Areas
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
BUSE 1030 Business English 3/0 3 45
KYBD 1111 Introduction to Formatting 2/1 3 75
OSYS 1100 Records Management 3/0 3 45
TCA – General Clerk 13 225
The TCA – General Clerk PLUS the following courses comprise the GENERAL OFFICE CONCENTRATION
ACCT 1100 Principles of Accounting, Part I 2/1 3 75
BUSM 1050 Business Math 3/0 3 60
BUSE 1045 Business Communication 3/0 3 45
CPTR 1320 Spreadsheets 2/1 3 75
CRTR 1310 Database Management 2/1 3 60
ISYS 1440 Word Processing 2/1 3 75
ACCT 1200 Principles of Accounting, Part II 2/1 3 75
CTS – Office Assistant Specialist 34 690
ISYS 1650 Desktop Publishing 2/1 3 60
MATR 1350 Machine Transcription 3/0 3 45
OSYS 2530 Office Procedures 3/0 3 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – BOT (General Office Concentration) 45 870
The TCA – General Clerk PLUS the CTS – Office Assistant SpecialistPLUS the following courses comprise the Computer Applications Concentration
CPTR 1200 Introduction to Operating Systems 3/0 3 45
CPTR 1600 Presentation Software 3/0 3 45
CPTR 1400 Introduction to Networking Technologies 3/0 3 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – BOT (Computer App Concentration) 45 855
Care and Development of Young Children

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to prepare individuals for various levels of employment in child care centers, nursery schools, recreation centers, public school settings, head start programs, or other area where child care is the principle function. This program focuses on cognitive, physical, emotional, and social growth and development.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
CDYC 1110 Introduction to Care and Development of Young Children 3/0 3 60
TCA – Basic Caregiver 3 60
CDYC 1210 Growth & Development of Young Children 2/1 3 75
CDYC 1220 Infant/Toddler Care & Curriculum 1/2 3 75
CDYC 1320 Preschool Curriculum 1/2 3 75
TCA – Infant/Toddler or Preschool Caregiver 12 285
CDYC 1120 Health, Safety, & Nutrition 2/1 3 60
CDYC 1151 Observation/Participation Lab/Work Based Learning 0/3 3 135
CDYC 1130 Child Guidance and Behaviors 2/1 3 60
CDYC 1241 Infant/Toddler Lab/Work Based Leaning 0/3 3 135
CDYC 1341 Preschool Lab/Work Based Learning 0/3 3 135
CDYC 1410 Children with Special Needs 1/1 2 45
CTS – Child Care Teacher 29 855
CDYC 1330 Literature/Language Methods 1/2 3 75
CDYC 1332 Preschool Methods 2/1 3 75
CDYC 1420 Organization & Administration of Care & Development of Young Children 1/2 3 75
CDYC 2211 Practicum in Care & Development of Young Children 0/5 5 225
CDYC 1230 Family Relationships and Issues 1/1 2 45
TD – Care and Development of Young Children 45 1350
Transferrable General Education Courses Required for AAS
ENGL 1015 English Composition I 3/0 3 45
MATH 1015 College Algebra 3/0 3 45
PSYC 2015 Introduction to Psychology 3/0 3 45
PHSC 1015 Physical Science 3/0 3 45
SPCH 1015 Introduction to Public Speaking 3/0 3 45
AAS – Care and Development of Young Children 60 1575
Optional Electives
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
With the approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the above course requirements
CDYC 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
CDYC 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
CDYC 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
CDYC 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
CDYC 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
CDYC 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
CDYC 1340 Music and Motion 3/0 3 45
*The following courses meet the training hour requirements for CDA:CDYC 1110, CDYC 1210, CDYC 1220 or CDYC 1320
Cosmetology

Program Description & Curriculum

The purpose of this program is to prepare students to work efficiently in the role of cosmetologist and/or hair stylist. Classroom instruction includes the study of anatomy and physiology of the head, neck, and other areas, infection control, decontamination and sanitation of tools, hair cutting, styling, and coloring, permanent waving and relaxing, facials, and the application of cosmetic make-up. Manicuring, pedicuring, and salon management are also included.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus. Check with your local campus for more information.

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
COSM 1110 Introduction, Decontamination, and Infection Control 1/3 4 105
COSM 1121 Properties of Skin, Scalp, and Hair 0/2 2 90
COSM 1130 Shampooing, Rinsing, and Conditioning 1/2 3 105
COSM 1211 Cells, Anatomy, and Physiology 0/2 2 60
TCA – Shampoo Operator 12 375
COSM 1220 Manicuring and Pedicuring 0/3 3 135
COSM 1230 Wet Hair Styling 1/3 4 150
COSM 1311 Hair Cutting 0/3 3 135
COSM 1321 Permanent Waving 0/5 5 150
COSM 1411 Chemical Hair Relaxing 0/2 2 60
COSM 1420 Thermal Services 1/1 2 45
COSM 1430 Hair Coloring 1/4 5 195
COSM 2510 Facial Services, Massage, and Make-up 1/2 3 75
COSM 2520 Artistry of Artificial Hair 1/1 2 45
COSM 2540 Salon Management 3/1 4 75
COSM 2530 Electricity and Light Therapy 1/1 2 45
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
CPTR 1000 Introduction to Computers 1/1 2 45
TD – Cosmetology 51 1560
Optional Elective
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
With Approval from the Chief Academic Officer/designee, the following courses may be substituted for any of the above course requirements.
COSM 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
COSM 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
COSM 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
COSM 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
COSM 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
COSM 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
Culinary Arts and Occupations

Program Description & Curriculum This program prepares students to work in service, production, fast foods, and baking areas of the food service industry. Program content includes American Culinary Federation information and guidelines for approved Chef training and accreditation.

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Degrees/Certificates: Technical Diploma (TD)

Available degrees and certificates may vary at each campus.

Check with your local campus for more information.

 

Course # Course Title Lecture/Lab Hours Credit Hours Clock Hours
ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar 1/0 1 15
CULN 1110 Culinary Math 2/1 3 75
CULN 1170 Essentials of Dining Room Service 1/1 2 60
CULN 1130 Sanitation & Safety 2/1 3 75
CULN 1140 Introduction to Culinary Skills 2/1 3 75
TCA – Entry Level Prep Cook III 12 300
CULN 1160 Orientation to Culinary Hospitality Industry 2/1 3 75
CULN 1220 Nutrition 2/1 3 75
CULN 1240 Culinary Production for Dining Facilities 2/5 7 255
CPTR 1002 Computer Literacy and Applications 3/0 3 45
CTS – Production Cook (TCA- Plus Production Cook) 28 750
CULN 2310 Introduction to Baking and Pastry 2/3 5 165
CULN 1321 A La Carte 0/3 3 135
CULN 2430 Food & Beverage Operations 1/ 2 3 105
CTS – Entry Level Line Cook (TCA- Plus Entry Level Line Cook) 23 705
CULN 2410 Regional Cuisine 0/2 2 90
CULN 2420 International Cuisine 0/2 2 90
JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills 2/0 2 30
TD – Culinary Arts and Occupations 45 1365
Transferable General Education Courses Required for AAS
ENGL 1015 English Composition I 3/0 3 45
MATH 1015 College Algebra 3/0 3 45
PSYC 2010 Introduction to Psychology 3/0 3 45
PHSC 1015 Physical Science 3/0 3 45
SPCH 1015 Introduction to Public Speaking 3/0 3 45
AAS – Culinary Arts and Occupations 60 1590
Optional Electives
CSRV 1000 Customer Service 3/0 3 45
CSRV 2000 Customer Service & Sales 3/0 3 45
ENTP 1000 Foundations of Entrepreneurship 3/0 3 45
CULN 2991 Special Projects I 0/1 1 30
CULN 2993 Special Projects II 0/2 2 60
CULN 2995 Special Projects III 0/3 3 90
CULN 2996 Special Projects IV 3/0 3 45
CULN 2997 Practicum 0/3 3 135
CULN 2999 Cooperative Education 0/3 3 135
Information Technology

Enroll in Northwest Louisiana Technical College in Shreveport

Want to work with computers and information systems? Earn a degree or certification in information technology at Northwest Louisiana Technical College in Shreveport.

The Information Technology Program separates basic core courses and specialty networking courses into two areas. The basic core courses prepare you to troubleshoot, repair and maintain computer systems and basic local area network problems.

You’ll also learn to operate a computer using current system software and use current application software for manipulating spreadsheets, databases and word processing documents.

Which Degrees and Certificates Can I Earn?

After you complete your coursework, you could earn:

  • Associate of Applied Science
  • Technical Diploma
  • Certificate of Technical Studies
  • Technical Competency Area

How Can an Information Technology Degree Help My Career?

As technology becomes more advanced and present in everyday situations, earning an information technology degree or certification opens you to a versatile field with a high demand for employees. It also distinguishes you from other applicants who haven’t acquired the same information technology skills.

With an information technology degree or certification, you could score a career as a support analyst, systems administrator or information technology manager, as well as an array of other positions.