Students in the Information Technology program at ASU Mid-South can choose from two different paths while working towards a certificate or a degree. The Networking Design and Administration option provides students with the skills and knowledge needed for today’s multi-platform networking environment, while the Micro-Computer Upgrade and Repair track emphasizes skills needed by computer technicians.
The AAS in Information Systems Technology provides students with a core of general education courses, as well as courses which prepare them for professional computer certifications in networking or computer repair.
If you are looking to go further, the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is available on the ASU Mid-South campus through a partnership agreement with the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith.
ASU Mid-South offers degree and certificate programs to meet student and community needs. Program courses address general education knowledge as well as behaviors needed for good citizenship and successful careers. Goals and course objectives are listed in the colleges catalog under Academic Programs to inform students so that they can better relate their college studies to their personal educational and career goals.
For more information about programs offered at ASU Mid-South or how to register, contact the Admissions Office at 870.733.6728 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Potential Careers & Earnings
Website Designer | $25,000–$28,000
E-Learning Design Specialist | $32,000
Cisco CCNA | $40,000–$50,000
Cisco CCNP | $60,000–$70,000
These salaries are based on information from the Arkansas Department of Workforce Education and salary.com. They reflect earnings for employees with several years of experience.
Students with disabilities verified by a qualified physician are entitled
to reasonable accommodations needed to complete their educational goals while attending ASU Mid-South.
For Gainful Employment information, please visit http://www.asumidsouth.edu/financialaid/gainful-employment/