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Information Technology Program

MCTI information technology student

Program Description
MCTI's Information Technology program is a recognized CompTIA Authorized Academy and Cisco Networking Academy. It includes a well-equipped computer lab that provides a realistic setting for up-to-date, hands-on training. Students spend approximately 30 hours a week maintaining and repairing office management systems, computers, laptops, mobile devices, copiers, printers, and other office equipment. Depending on interest and ability, students may pass up to 10 internationally recognized certifications for the IT industry.

Job Options

  • Cable Installer
  • Computer/Printer/Copier Peripheral Servicing and Repair Technician
  • Network Support Technician

Depending on skills, ability, & interests, students can participate up to 6 terms.


Job Outlook

Job opportunities increase after completion of training. Starting pay may range from the current minimum wage to a higher amount depending on the location of the job.

Skills

  • Strong interpersonal communication skills, able to effectively convey and receive messages in person as well as via phone, email, and social media
  • Above average learning ability, including mechanical reasoning & verbal/math skills
  • Average spatial/form perception
  • Demonstrate ability to logically solve problems with abstract and concrete variables, and be computer literate
  • Ability to make good judgments, multi-task and perform precision work

Requirements
Students who most closely match the U.S. Department of Labor occupational profile for a Computer/Office Machine Technician are accepted for enrollment.

Please review the 2019 – 2020 Information Technology Curriculum Guide for more detailed information.