If you are well versed in computer technology and have a flair for problem solving, the Associate of Science in Information Technology degree program at Sanford-Brown could be a good fit for you. Through our Associate-level program, you can develop the kind of knowledge and skills used by networking and information technology professionals in the field. The program offers a variety of hands-on learning opportunities using industry-current equipment and software. Sanford-Brown is a collaborative environment where you can grow personally and professionally as you interact with students who share your unique interests. As a graduate of this program, you can pursue entry-level career opportunities across the networking and information technology fields.
Sanford Brown's Information Technology Associate degree program can help you gain a thorough understanding of network technology for local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs) as well as fundamental programming concepts. By taking a variety of career-focused courses, you will have the opportunity to explore everything from PC troubleshooting, applications, and operating systems to network configuration, hardware maintenance and computer security.
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Below is a sampling of course topics included at Sanford-Brown's Associate of Science in Information Technology degree program.* Classes are taught by instructors who specialize in this field – many who are practicing professionals.
*Course curriculum is subject to change.
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