INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Training Program

Summary

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Learn to define, analyze, and resolve technology issues
  • Some of the subjects covered: network security, computer forensics, and Web design
  • Prepare for entry-level roles such as Information Technology Manager
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Information Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree

Information technology is a fast paced, dynamic industry full of exciting opportunities. If you like technology and you enjoy solving problems, enrolling in Florida Career College’s Information Technology program could be the right career move for you. Learn Web design, Linux, and even (ethical) hacking and get on your way to work that you love and a future that you can be proud of.

Summary

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Learn to define, analyze, and resolve technology issues
  • Some of the subjects covered: network security, computer forensics, and Web design
  • Prepare for entry-level roles such as Information Technology Manager

Career Outcomes

Graduates of our Information Technology program qualify for a variety of entry-level roles that are valuable to companies in almost every industry. The skills you learn will make it possible for you to help people with technical issues in a variety of settings. The following are some of the positions our graduates have held:

  • Network Technician
  • Information Technology Manager
  • Data Security Administrator
  • Network Manager
  • Telecom Network Manager
  • Computer Specialist
  • Systems Coordinator
  • Information Technology Technician
  • Information Systems Security Analyst
 

Campus Locations

This program is taught at a variety of campuses, which lets you choose a location that’s convenient to your home or work. Each campus has classrooms and labs equipped with the hardware and tools you’ll need to learn your new career.

The Information Technology program is offered at the following campuses:

About the Program

In this two-year program, you’ll learn to troubleshoot, analyze, and repair computer system and technology issues. You’ll also specialize in: Computer Security and Networking, Computer Science, Information Technology Management, and Healthcare Information Technology Management. You will also receive a guide to A+ Software, and introduction to UNIX/LINUX, and networking. Throughout the program you’ll use your mind and hands to learn and practice the theories, tools, and techniques you can use from day one on the job.

Courses in the Information Technology program include:

Course Title
Applications and Information Technology
Windows Operating System
Computer Support and Maintenance
Networking Essentials
Introduction to UNIX/LINUX
Guide to A+ Software
Administering Windows and Exchange Servers
Wireless Implementation and Connectivity
Network Security
Guide to A+ Hardware
Managing Users in a Network Environment
Routing Technologies and WAN Administration
Web Design I
Computer Forensics – Procedures and Response
Management Information Systems
Ethical Hacking