Information Technology Program Overview
In the “Information Age,” technology has drastically changed the healthcare landscape. It has also created a demand for Information Technology professionals who can solve security issues and fix hardware or software problems. Due to the dynamic nature of their work, IT professionals tend to enjoy critical thinking, problem solving, and fast growth.
The IT program at Unitek College teaches the basics of computer technology, including the support and security of networks. This program is taught by industry experts and combines in-class instruction with hands-on exercises and a supervised externship. Graduates will be equipped with the necessary skills to obtain positions in Computer System Support. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer and information technology occupations are expected to create 557,100 new jobs.