Information Technology - Associate Degree

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Associate in Applied Science in Information Technology

Earn your associate degree in information technology

An associate in information technology degree can prepare you for entry-level careers like computer technician, desktop support, helpdesk, IT support, web developer and other areas of Web design and computer support. And with year-round, full-time study*, you can graduate and hit the job market in just 18 short months.

We asked employers what they wanted in their job candidates and used that information as we created our hands-on information technology training. We can prepare you for certification exams in CompTIA, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, and more. In fact, our courses map directly to them so that you have every chance of success.

*Taking a minimum of 15 credits per quarter

Gain the skills employers want

Our associate degree in information technology curriculum includes topics like:

  • Troubleshooting computer operating systems in the kinds of scenarios you’ll face in the professional workplace
  • Establishing and maintaining network environments
  • Analyzing technology problems as they arise and developing solutions
  • Identifying technical requirements necessary for business growth and expansion and executing those requirements
  • Applying established best practices and procedures for IT systems across the board

On-campus learning for the personal attention you deserve

Minnesota School of Business & Globe University want your learning experience to be as individualized as possible, which is why we keep our class sizes small and your learning options. You can earn your associate IT degree during the day or in the evening at our campus locations across Minnesota and Wisconsin. We even have online learning options available for this degree program.

You’ll benefit from classwork in subjects such as:

  • • Computer Essentials
  • • Database Design
  • • Operating Systems I
  • • IT Service Management
  • • Introduction to Software Development

Minnesota School of Business & Globe University are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). ACICS is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the United States Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Minnesota School of Business & Globe University offer employment assistance to its students and graduates; however, the school does not guarantee employment.
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This program is offered at the following locations:

Wisconsin


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