Computer Science and Information Technology


Do you have strong analytical and problem-solving skills? Do you enjoy working with computers and digital technology?
 
The Computer Science and Information Technology pathway will appeal to students who want to be in a cutting-edge, ever changing environment with the ability to work in nearly any industry. Generally, students will work with computer hardware, software, multimedia or network systems.
 
Students interested in pursuing further education can start at LCCC and transfer credits to other institutions, many of which hold transfer agreements. For further information, speak with an academic advisor.
 
Partial List of Possible Careers
Computer Programmer*
Computer Repair Specialist
Database Administrator*
Entry Level Cyber Security Analyst
Geographic Information Systems Analyst*
Geospatial Information Scientist*
Information Technology Specialist
Network Administrator*
Software Engineer*
Web Developer
*Please note that some careers require additional education, including a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
 
Ways to explore this pathway:
Create a webpage for a local organization
Job shadow a person in your career of interest
Set up computers and install software
Use multimedia frequently in school projects or create your own ePortfolio to showcase your work
Volunteer to provide technical support for a nonprofit agency

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Please note that some careers require additional education, including a bachelor’s or master’s degree. You can get started at LCCC to complete your associate degree, then transfer credits to earn your bachelor’s degree.

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