Computer Technology

computer technology

Today, computers are used at home, at work, at school, on our mobile phones and nearly everywhere else in one form or another. They’ve become indispensable parts of everyday life. This explosive growth has created a high demand for skilled technicians.

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Patrick Campbell

Patrick Campbell

Graduation Date: May 2007

Patrick Campbell is in high demand in Abbeville. The owner and operator of Abbeville Computer Service is finding that he stays busy meeting the needs of local residents and businesses.

Career Information

Career Tracks

  • Entry-level salary average: $32,660/year
  • Salary range for recent grads: $20,000 - $55,000

Entry Level Positions

  • Programmer
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Network Technician

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Program Information

Computer Technology is a rapidly-changing field, so it’s important to have a wide-ranging skill set.

Students in the Computer Technology program are cross-trained in a variety of disciplines: from Project Management and Wireless Communications, to Database Management and Virtualization. You’ll learn about computer maintenance, local and wide area networks, and popular programming languages like Java and C++.

You’ll receive training using the latest software available—from Windows technologies, to widely-used open source operating systems like Linux. The curriculum is developed in response to the needs of businesses, and includes practical training in the skills needed by employers throughout the region.

To learn more, contact Lesley Price

Certified for Success

A degree and certification really is the starting point for a career in IT. Certification is important because it shows employers you have the right skills to do the job, regardless of the vendor of the hardware or software product.

After graduation, you’ll be prepared for nationally recognized certifications like CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network +, and the Microsoft certification programs.