Prepare for jobs that use your analytical thinking and creative problem solving skills through our Information Technology pathway as you train for a high-tech career.
By earning a degree or certificate in the area of Information Technology you'll be on your way to any of the following career opportunities listed below:
Computer systems analyst
- Computer Applications Technology
- Cybersecurity & Computer Forensics
- Information Technology - Systems Administration
- Multimedia Communications
No high school diploma?
No problem! Our pathways let you earn a diploma and a degree at the same time.
Information Technology Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively using information technology language, tools, concepts, and models.
- Exhibit an ability to communicate information technology concepts and skills to diverse audiences through visual presentation.
- Apply effective written and oral communication skills as a team member and/or individual.
- Identify relevant information to evaluate, develop, and implement technical solutions.
- Recognize the relative costs and benefits of potential information technology solutions.
- Research and demonstrate proficiency in assessing and selecting information technology.
- Evaluate the credibility and authenticity of research information.
- Identify information technology problems and review relevant information.
- Exhibit critical thinking using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems.
- Demonstrate judgment and decision making skills to assess the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to select the appropriate solution.
- Analyze key legal principles that apply in organizational transactions.
- Demonstrate an understanding of legal risk management.
- Develop and evaluate options to information technology problems using quantitative analysis and decision-making skills.
- Devise information technology solutions based on the outcomes of the quantitative data analyses.
Personal & Interpersonal
- Interact collaboratively and engage respectfully online and face-to-face.
- Demonstrate an understanding of information technology roles.
- Exhibit effective interpersonal skills.
- Formulate and articulate a code for ethical behavior.