California College San Diego has rolled out an Associateâ€™s of Applied Science degree in Computer Technology & Networking for individuals interested in carving out a career in IT.
Online PR News – 19-July-2012 – San Diego – Aspirants to a sound education in information technology (IT) now have one more destination to help them reach their goals. California College San Diego has rolled out an Associateâ€™s of Applied Science degree in Computer Technology & Networking for individuals interested in carving out a career in IT.
The AAS program is designed to train graduates for a variety of entry-level IT support roles, including computer support specialist, network administrator, user support specialist, computer repair technician, etc.
The computer technology program at California College San Diego trains graduates in current technologies through courses in Computer Fundamentals, Computer Servicing, Networking Concepts, Operating Systems, Server Administration, Security Concepts, and other relevant topics.
Additionally, students are also required to complete courses in math (College Algebra), business (Economics and Entrepreneurship), and liberal arts (English Composition and American Civilization), for a well-rounded education.
So far as graduating from this computer technology program is concerned, students have two options:
1. They can graduate in 20 months on California College San Diegoâ€™s normal schedule.
2. They can earn their AAS degree in just 15 months on the schoolâ€™s flexible schedule.
While graduating early has certain advantages, students must be prepared for a more intensive course load if they choose this option.
Eligible candidates must have a high school diploma or an equivalent GED credential. They can begin the enrollment process as soon as they are ready for school, as classes start every month at California College San Diego.
They can enroll for this degree program at California College San Diegoâ€™s main campus in San Diego, its branch campus in San Marcos, or its satellite location in National City.
Financial aid is available to students who qualify. California College San Diego has financial advisors to work with students and help them not just identify the financial aid they are eligible to receive, but also guide them throughthe application process.
For details on California College San Diegoâ€™s Associateâ€™s of Applied Science degree in Computer Technology & Networking, call 1-888-334-6783 or visit www.cc-sd.edu/ for more information.
About California College San Diego (CCSD)
Offering programs in business, information technology, and healthcare, California College San Diego (CCSD) has worked since 1978 to produce highly trained graduates ready to pursue new careers. CCSD is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).