Information Technology / Computer Information Systems

Information Technology / Computer Information Systems Degrees

As more industries are adding and expanding digital processes, specialists in information technology are becoming more and more valuable. They’re responsible for making sure businesses’ networks and necessary technological systems are running properly and helping the company as much as possible.

IT is also one of the fastest-growing career areas in the country. To stay on the cutting edge and keep up with competition, companies need individuals with specialized knowledge and skills. A degree in information technology can open doors for you to work or continue school in the ever-changing world of computer science.

Eligible Programs

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Lake Area Technical College

  • Computer Information Systems – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree

Mitchell Technical College

  • Information Systems Technology – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree

Southeast Technical College

  • Computer Programming – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
  • System and Network Security – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree

Western Dakota Technical College

  • Computer Science: Information Technology Specialist – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
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