Are you considering a career in Information Technology? The field of IT is intertwined with almost every industry. This means that no matter your field of interest – education, business, entertainment, science, etc. – there is a place to use the skills you learn in CCNN’s Information Technology Specialist program. This 18-month program includes coursework in network installation, SQL databases, mobile integration, cloud-based technologies, and front-end and back-end IT support, in addition to instruction in a variety of computer programming languages. You’ll be qualified to take certification exams in A+, CISCO, EMC2 and VMware, giving you access to a variety of IT jobs.
IT Jobs for the Modern Specialist
After completing an IT program from CCNN, you can qualify for positions that allow you to use your problem-solving skills along with specialized languages, hardware and software applications. Some of these positions include:
- Help Desk Technician: Use problem-solving skills to diagnose issues with software and hardware systems, install updates and new software, and communicate with employees and business leaders about the status of company technology.
- Network Support Specialists: Troubleshoot internet issues that might include LAN, WAN and wireless connections and configurations as well as monitoring and repairing different components of a company’s networking system.
- Computer Programmer: Serve as a computer language specialist, learning one or two programming languages in depth and then using that knowledge to code a software design for testing and application.
- Computer Support Specialist: Represent the technical department of a company or institution. You are the person other employees or higher-ups come to when they have a technical issue. This job combines a customer service role with the technical skills of a computer engineer.
Information Technology Specialist Program at CCNN
Career College of Northern Nevada offers students who live in and around Sparks, NV a high-quality education that can prepare them for a rewarding career in the IT field. Once completed with their hands-on training, students are awarded an Associate of Occupational Studies in Information Technology degree. For more information on our Information Technology Specialist program, request information here or call us at 775-241-4445.