Prepare for a career in Computer Systems Technology
If you can install a printer or DVD burner, or if you know how to install a new operating system after a crash or use free software to remove a computer virus, you may be able to turn those skills into a career in Information Technology.
The Chipola College Computer Systems Technology Program prepares students for jobs in the information technology field. Program curriculum prepares students for industry certifications with world wide recognition. Students can earn CompTia A+ certification, recognized as the industry standard for PC support technicians, or the CompTia Network+ certification in network support. Students may also earn certification as a Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA).
Students may begin the program any time classes are in session and complete the degree in less than two years. Tuition costs run approximately $1,000 per semester. Financial aid is available.
In addition to technology courses, students must meet math and language proficiency levels by graduation.
Full-time classes meet Monday through Thursday and schedules can be adjusted to accommodate work schedules. For information, contact instructor Dean Giles at 718-2392.