Computer & IT

Find accredited computer and information technology certification training and degree programs like computer science, network security, online cyber security, programming, computer technician, and others.

Jump to: Online IT programs. Find STEM training in the information technology field from a local or online college.

Computer & Information Technology Courses

Online, accelerated and hybrid (classroom/online) class options are available at some schools. All programs are not available in all locations.

Colleges with Computer & Information Technology

This is just a sampling of colleges with information technology programs, use the search application for all your local options.

Remington College Vocational Courses (across US)

Fortis Medical/Trade Courses (across US)

Chattanooga College Vocational Courses (TN)

Brightwood Trade-Medical-IT Courses (Campus/Online)

ECPI Vocational & Degree Courses (VA, NC, SC, FL)

WTI Medical/Trades Training Programs (MO, OK, KS)

Pittsburgh Tech Trade Programs (Oakdale, PA)

MMC Vocational-Tech Courses (Southeast US)

FCC Trade/Vocational Certification Courses (FL)

Hunter Business, IT & Medical Courses (near NYC)

South Texas Vocational Technical Courses (TX)

PCI Electrician/Mechanic/HVAC Classes (New England)

Lincoln Tech Vocational Courses (across US)

Southern Careers Vocational Training Courses (TX)

Westech College Medical/IT Courses (California)

All listed schools are accredited as of publication and financial aid is available to those who qualify.

“Tuition will vary due to the wide variety of programs and degrees available for those looking to enter the field. On average, an associate’s degree will cost students $3,500 per year. A bachelor’s degree at a public university costs closer to $10,000 annually, and private universities run closer to $31,000.