Information & Computer Technology - Technology Systems

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About Information & Computer Technology

Welcome to our Information and Computer Technology program! Our courses in IT Management, Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery, Network Administration, and Digital Forensics provide students with practical, hands-on learning opportunities to develop skills needed in today's tech industry. Our experienced faculty members are dedicated to helping students reach their full potential, providing access to cutting-edge technology and industry partnerships.

Throughout the program, students will have access to online labs and advanced projects, allowing them to apply their skills to real-world scenarios. For example, they will gain experience creating cloud computing environments and disaster recovery plans. These practical exercises provide students with valuable tools they can apply in their prospective new roles.

Whether you're a seasoned tech professional or a newcomer to the field, our program has something to offer. Join us and discover the exciting opportunities that await you in the world of information and computer technology.

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Job Options for Graduates

Upon completion of the program, students will be equipped to pursue a variety of IT roles, such as IT technician and support analyst, IT manager, and information security analyst. Whether you're looking to enter the field or advance your current career, our program provides the skills and knowledge you need to succeed.

These jobs can garner salaries starting at $57,000 to well above $100k (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

What Our Students are Saying

Jessica Gordon

Hailee Horton

Technology Systems: Information & Computer Technology Student

"I am very interested in technology and communication studies. I love being able to help people solve problems and make their lives easier through technology. One of my favorite classes in the program was Electronics and Programming. It was a hands-on experience that allowed me to work with electronics and hone my programming skills. This class helped me to further develop my passion for technology and solidified my decision to pursue a career in IT."

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Meet Your Advisor

Lisa Hunsaker

Lisa Hunsaker

Academic Advisor

Industrial Science 106B, Logan UT

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a minor and an institutional certificate of proficiency?

Certificates can be pursued concurrently with a degree, or independently from a degree, while minors must be concurrent with a bachelor's degree.

What looks better, a minor or a certificate?

Though minors seem more familiar and traditional, a certificate may be a wise choice if you are preparing to do something specific, such as receive a promotion or obtain a certain skill set.

Where do I go to register for Continuing Education Credit (CEU)?

To register for CEU courses, you will go to the CEU Website. You can apply, register and pay for coursework through this site.