Information technology products are a part of our daily lives, whether it's the operating systems on mobile phones, the computer networks that automate everyday financial transactions, or the reams of information sought and found on the Internet.
So it is no surprise that careers in the IT field are expected to grow significantly in the next decade–jobs in computer networking, for example, are expected to grow by up to 20% by 2018.*
Every company or organization has a computer-related component that's critical for getting the job done. Jobs range from programming or engineering computer software, evaluating and implementing computer network architecture, developing and administering websites, or coordinating a company's information security.
Charter College offers a variety of IT training programs designed to prepare you for a rewarding career in the fast-growing field of information technology. Whether you are interested in a Bachelor Degree program or a Certificate program, you’ll find classes taught by experienced working professionals who have the knowledge, the skill, and the passion to help you reach your goals. You will also find the resources to help you succeed – from financial aid to tutoring, state-of-the-art lab equipment to job placement services.
If you are considering accredited online colleges in Alaska, Washington, or California and think information technology might be the career field for you, take some time to browse the different information technology degree and certificate programs listed below. Questions? Call Charter and speak with one of our representatives. They can help match you with the program and career that work best for you.
Not all programs are offered at all campuses. Please click here to search for programs by campus.
* U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-2011 Edition.
Bachelor Degree Programs
Information Technology Engineering
Associates Degree Programs
Computer Science: Network Security Concentration
Computer Science: Networking Technology Concentration