Find accredited information technology associate and bachelor’s degree programs at a trade school near you or an online technical college. Prepare for a career in networking administration, programming, cybersecurity, and more.
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Colleges with Information Technology Programs
All listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify.
- Interactive College of Technology
- Berks Technical Institute
- Keiser University
- McCann School of Business
- Mildred Elley (Online)
- Miller Motte (Online)
- South College (Online)
- Southeastern College
- The College of Westchester
- University of Jamestown (Online)
All schools are not listed here, use the search application to find your local and online options.
What Does an IT Specialist Do?
“An information technology specialist has a job closely related to that of a computer engineer and computer scientist. They play the final role in the process of building a computer and its software. Information technology professionals, also known as IT specialists, use and troubleshoot the programs, software, and applications created by computer scientists.”