Moraine Valley’s Information Technology programs can help you master the ever-changing technology that today’s competitive job market demands. You will gain the specific skills you’ll need to get a job or expand your options in your current career. Our programs address real-world issues and prepare you to pursue a degree or an industry-sponsored certificate. Examples include cyber security, network cabling, PC repair, and more.
Information Technology Degrees
|Program Name||Type of Credential||Curriculum Code||Department or Division|
|Cisco Network Associate||Certificate||1447||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Cisco Network Professional||Certificate||1448||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Computer and Local Area Network Technician||A.A.S.||1416||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Computer Support Associate||Certificate||1348||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Computer Technician||Certificate||1418||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|IT Security Specialist||A.A.S.||1420||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|LAN Technician||Certificate||1419||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Network Administrator||Certificate||1422||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Network Security Associate||Certificate||1360||Computer Integrated Technologies|
|Network Security Specialist||Certificate||1424||Computer Integrated Technologies|
Interested in learning more about information technology programs and the opportunities they can bring? Enroll in LAN-101 Orientation to IT Professions. This one-credit-hour class gives you an overview of IT professions, employment skills, industry certifications, current issues, salaries, and a self-assessment survey. You’ll also create a plan for the IT program of your choice.
Moraine Valley sequences its courses to allow students to earn certificates quickly. This means students can progressively earn industry certification throughout their coursework. These industry certifications improve job prospects and provide opportunities for promotion.
Careers in information technology include network administrator, specialist or technician; security analyst; security professional; and many more. Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics’s Occupational Outlook Handbook for the latest information about the nature of the work, education and training requirements, advancement opportunities, employment, salary, and ten-year job outlook.
Questions? Contact the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (708) 974-5333.