Computer Information Technology

Graduates of the Computer Information Technology program are prepared to help successfully implement, manage, and support technology in business settings. They are also prepared to seek several national certification exams, including, but not limited to, the CompTIA A +, Net +, Microsoft certifications including MCP, MCSA. Among their skills are knowledge of all of the five components of an information system: hardware, software, people, data, and procedures. They are prepared to develop, maintain, repair, customize and support the IT capabilities of their organization’s infrastructure and computer systems.

Degree Plans

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Gainful Employment Disclosure Information

As of July 1, 2020, The Secretary of the Department of Education amends the regulations on institutional eligibility under the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA), and the Student Assistance General Provisions to rescind the Department’s gainful employment regulations.

In accordance with these regulations, on the Consumer and Mandated Information page you will find links to the disclosures for each of the certificate programs at Black River Technical College which are covered by these regulations.

Computer Information Technology Contacts