Skills in IT support are some of the most highly sought in today's job market.
At Minnesota State College Southeast, students learn computer programming, web development, and IT support using a hands-on approach. These courses use broad concepts leading to detailed approaches to help you become an expert.
The Associate of Applied Science degree in IT Support is a two-year degree that includes 16 college credits of general education and 44 credits of technical education. In the final semester, students work together on a capstone project to design, develop, and implement a business application from determining business requirements, estimating time lines and costs, and implantation using various technologies. You will also complete a computer careers internship in a real-world work setting.
Learn from anywhere. All courses are available online. A rich online application environment, instructor developed recordings, and computer programming demonstrations make learning convenient.
High quality instruction. The lessons and exercises are designed to move students through the process of becoming software developers. You will learn a huge variety of skills ranging from broad concepts (analysis and design, software engineering, and teamwork) down to the details of coding for different environments (web servers, web clients, and IoT). Our students also use hands-on learning and cutting-edge tools to create a production-level system of their own design.
In addition to providing PC hardware support, students learn how to work with the MS workstation networking client and Microsoft Windows Server. You will also learn how to create web content and install, deploy, and support many technologies using a wide variety of tools, including:
- HTML, CSS, SQL
- Web content authoring (Adobe Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Animate)
- Cloud services, such as Azure web applications and databases
Apply now for admission to MSC Southeast
Career Field: Arts, Communications & Information Systems
Cluster: Information Technology Programing & Software Development Information Support Services
Pathway: Web & Digital Communications