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Computer Information Technology

Upon completion of the Computer Information Technology program, graduates will be prepared for employment as an Information Security Analyst, Network Architect, Computer Support Specialist, Database Administrator or a Systems Administrator. Information Technology (IT) professionals will be ready to take the next step forward and seek the CompTIA certifications in Networking (N+), IT Technical Support (A+) and Security (S+). IT students will study networking fundamentals and computer hardware design in-depth, securing a local network, programming skills, and server applications.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the UTTC Computer Information Technology AAS degree program will:

  1. Construct a Graphical User Interface (GUI) using appropriate computer languages.
  2. Produce accurate and formatted reports from self-constructed relational database.
  3. Monitor computer system performance to ensure proper operation.
  4. Monitor network performance to ensure proper operation.

Contact Us...

Dennis Lowman
Computer Information Tech. Chair

Location: Skill Center
Phone: 701.221.1588
Email: dlowman@uttc.edu

Computer Information Technology Resources