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Information Technology Programs at North Central Michigan College

The IT industry is constantly evolving, and there is a growing demand for skilled professionals. This presents excellent job opportunities and career stability for individuals with IT qualifications. IT encompasses a wide range of specialties such as software development, cybersecurity, data analysis, and network administration. Students can choose a field that aligns with their interests and talents, providing diverse career options.

Computer Information Systems — Associate of Applied Science:

The Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems focuses on hands-on, practical skills relevant to the IT industry in areas including web development, programming, database management, and network administration. Curriculum is aligned with industry standards and current technology trends, ensuring graduates gain knowledge and skills that are directly applicable to the demands of the IT job market.

Computer Information Systems — Certificate:

A Certificate in Computer Information Systems provides focused training and relevant skills for entry-level positions in the IT industry. Coursework is designed with an emphasis on developing students' ability to use and apply computer languages and systems in business and industrial applications.

Program Requirements & Suggested Course Sequences

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