INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM CAREERS
Supervision and Management–Cybersecurity
The supervision and management program with a
concentration in cybersecurity management uses a
2+2 model that requires applicants to have completed
an associate’s degree or equivalent for entry into the
program. Individuals in this field could work in creating
network security policy and procedures, monitoring
systems for security gaps, and securing systems from
threats and uninterrupted operations.
Computer Programing and Analysis
Programmers write, test and maintain the programs
that computers utilize to perform functions. They
conceive, design and test local structures for solving
problems using the latest technologies available.
Cyber and Information Security Technology
IT security professionals secure database and
e-commerce networks from hackers, viruses and
other harmful computer-based incursions. CompTIA
Security+ certification often leads to competitive, wellpaying,
highly regarded IT careers in varying industries.
Digital Media/Multimedia Technology—
Coming Fall 2020
With a degree in Digital Media/Multimedia Technology
students will be able to use universal design theory,
balance, symmetry, composition, and visual and
aesthetic appeal for careers including advertising
managers, animators, digital audio technicians,
digital video editors, and digital graphic artists. Using
the latest industry standard hardware, software,
and techniques, students are able integrate lessons
learned into a digital multimedia environment.
The Internet offers a wealth of career opportunities.
Entrepreneurs can establish e-businesses with nominal
start-up costs. Existing businesses can expand to
online markets. A career in e-business technology
requires knowledge and skills in marketing, business
administration, and information technology.
Network Systems Technology
Network and computer systems administrators
design, install and support an organization’s computer
systems. Employment opportunities are increasing in
small businesses, government organizations and large
corporations. Cisco CCNA and CompTIA Network+
certifications increase individual marketability.
The A+ Certification program prepares students
to become microcomputer service technicians.
Students learn to troubleshoot and repair
microcomputer system hardware and software
problems, preparing them to take the CompTIA A+
The Cisco Networking Academy at PHSC prepares
students to design, build and maintain small
to medium-sized networks and to take Cisco
certification exams to receive Cisco Certified Entry
Networking Technician (CCENT) or Cisco Certified
Network Associate (CCNA) credentials.
*Courses may be taken independently or included in the following programs: Computer Information Technology, Internet Service Technology or
Networking Services Technology.