What is Information Technology
Some of the most sought after employees are Information Technology professionals. You will learn the skills needed to problem solve and communicate effectively within the complex information technology industry. Get real-world instruction computer hardware, software, web design, routers, and the underlying technology upon which networks, such as the Internet are founded. Start networking at Southeast!
What are my career choices?
Information Technology professionals are vital to every business and industry. Use your training to become a computer programmer, network administrator, web site developer or web administrator. Computer support specialists are employed in professional, scientific, and technical services industries, especially computer systems design. A business is only as good as its IT Department!
Do you want to become a Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator? How about a Cisco Certified Network Administrator? The coursework at Southeast is specifically designed for you to obtain these goals. Upon graduating from Southeast you will be equipped with the knowledge and experience to obtain your MCSA, CCNA, or MCP with ease.
What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?
Degrees and Transfer
Information Technology (AAS)
-Microsoft (MCSA) option
-Cisco Associate (CCNA) option
-Computer game programming option
-Network Administration option
- A+ Certificate
- Information Technology Fundamentals
- Cisco Networking Basic
- Cisco Networking Enhanced
- Information Security Certificate
- Game Programming
- Microsoft (MCSA)
- Microsoft Enterprise Administrator
- Microsoft Network Administrator
- Computer Programming
- Web Administration
- Web Programming
- Database Administration
How do I start?
Provide Southeast with your ACT scores
Complete an Application for Admission "Start Here"
Send high school/GED transcripts to Southeast
Meet with Information Technology faculty
Length of Program
You can earn an associate in applied science degree in two years if you maintain full-time status.
This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.