60 Credits
4 Semesters
16 Months

Enrollment Options

Full-time / Part-time

Classes Offered

Onsite / Hybrid

The Associate of Applied Science in Informational Technology at Metropolitan College of New York will teach you how to prepare for entry-level careers in maintaining computer systems. Attending fulltime, it can be completed in 16 months over four semesters.

CompTIA Authorized Partner

You will learn how to manage both hardware and software for organizations and companies. The program also teaches computer networking design and implementation, information privacy and security, and organizational IT resource management. In addition, you will also increase your knowledge and understanding of the Microsoft Office productivity package.

Upon graduation, and with additional preparation, students are well-positioned to take CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Microsoft MCP and MOS certification exams.

Real-World Skills You’ll Learn in this Program

  • Attain writing and thinking skills to prepare yourself for modern business professions.

  • How to implement your personal plan for developing a professional career in the industry.

  • Learn basic computer hardware components and their functions.

  • Get experience working with the essential features for Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.

  • Become familiar with various programming languages and software development.

  • Understand how to implement computer applications for companies and organizations.

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This Degree is Practical

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment in computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 13 percent from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations.

As about 667,600 new jobs are added, demand for professionals with this experience will increase.

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