What You Will Learn
The United States Department of Labor projects that the job growth for computer and information technology occupations will grow by 11% over the 10-year period of 2016 â€“ 2026. That is faster than the average growth for all occupations nationwide, signaling that there is no better time for Information Technology majors. This growth is credited to the popularity of information technology specializations such as cloud computing, big data, mobile computing and the Internet of Things.
Why Study at CCM?
The Information Technology degree at CCM provides handson learning with state-of-the-art technology. Students not only learn how to support the technology, but how to build and repair it. Some of the technologies we use within the department include virtual machines, laptops, tablets, Raspberry Pi devices, and various networking and peripheral devices, including 3D printers. Local internships abound for our students and many take advantage of these opportunities to enhance their resumes and receive full-time employment. In addition, students utilize the excellent preparation services provided by the CCM Career Services Department
The average salary for careers in information technology ranges from approximately $36,546 to
$123,285. Available Jobs: IT Consultant, Cloud Architect, Computer Forensics Investigator, Mobile Application Developer, Web Developer