Information Technology students working on computers

Computer and Information Technologies

Inforgraph on Computer Information Technology: 2015 starting pay $30,626 per year; 2015 median pay $53,252 per year; 2015 employment in KY 5,501.

What is Computer Information Technology? 

Some of the most highly sought after employees are IT professionals. Our Computer and Information Technologies programs will prepare you for entry level positions in the IT field. You will learn the skills needed to problem solve and communicate effectively within the complex computer information technology industry. 

Students entering this program will need to have basic computer skills such as would be obtained through CIS 100 (Introduction to Computers) or equivalent.

What are my career choices?

You have several career choices as an IT professional. You could become a computer programmer, a network administrator, a web site developer or a web administrator. In the IT program, you will gain hands-on experience to prepare you for entry level positions in a variety of IT positions.

What are my degree, diploma, and certificate options?

Associate in Applied Science

Certificates

For specific course requirements, see the KCTCS Course Catalog.
For Network Administrator course sequence, see the Course Sequence Example.
For Internet Technologies course sequence, see the Course Sequence Example.
For program cost, see the estimate worksheet.
For Gainful Employment, see Gainful Employment Disclosure Information.

Resources For Students

Follow this link for access to the SKYCTC Virtual Laboratory (Netlab)

Follow this link for access to the SKYCTC Microsoft Dreamspark Page

Admission Requirements

This program has no special admission requirements.

For more information

  • Mike Taylor, Program Coordinator, Professor - (270) 901-1168
  • Kerry Moorman, Assistant Professor - (270) 901-1163
  • Chris Royse, Assistant Professor - (270) 901-1098
  • Jonathan Martin, Instructor - Bowling Green (270) 901-1085 Glasgow (270) 659-6927

 

This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.