Some of the most well-paid and in-demand jobs can be found in computer specialist fields, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Network systems and data communications analysts, for example, are projected to be among the fastest-growing occupations in the current economy.
At Stark State, you can get an IT degree that focuses on math and science or one that’s less math-intensive with more business and accounting courses. Either way, our degrees teach you the latest technologies and skills employers are looking for.
Along with a curriculum that keeps pace with lightning-fast technology advances, you’ll get hands-on experience in classrooms and open labs with industry approved hardware and software. Our IT professors have both advanced degrees and practical experience in the field, so you get both expertise and a working perspective in a complex technological world.
Stark State’s information technology programs can give you a foundation for further education or a foot-in-the-door to a sizzling 21st century career.
IT grads get jobs as
| analysts | application developers | audio/video technicians | computer operators | consultants | database administrators
| database designers | education specialists | graphic artists | help desk analysts | informatics technicians
| network administrators | network engineers | programmers | project managers | security specialists | software engineers
| system administrators | technical support specialists | technology coordinators | training specialists | video game designers
| video game developers | Web designers | Web developers