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- Network Administrator
- Systems Administrator
- IT Support Tech
- Support Specialist
- Tech Support Analyst
- Broadband Internet Tech
Average Salary: $47,280
The median annual wage for career opportunities from this program, according to the US Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
93%* Job Placement Rate
IT specialists are needed in every kind of business, no matter the size, to install, troubleshoot and support computer network systems. The Information Systems Technology program at Mitchell Technical Institute offers a comprehensive program to train entry level network or system administrators. Network Administrators are responsible for the computer network infrastructure. They maintain connectivity and security of the routers, switches and wireless equipment that modern networks depend on. System Administrators are skilled information technology professionals who are responsible for installing, supporting and maintaining servers and utilizing networking applications.
MTI’s sophisticated labs and virtual modules enable students to learn the most current installation, troubleshooting and repair skills available. Network security is infused into every aspect of the curriculum, ensuring that graduates are well prepared to work in many employment sectors where data security is needed.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “The growing use of sophisticated computer networks and Internet and intranet sites and the need for faster, more efficient networking products will result in a higher than average job growth in this area.”
Students who complete a one-year diploma may also complete the online Office Technology Specialist program and receive an AAS degree as a Computer Support Specialist. Computer Support Specialists install, modify and make minor repairs to microcomputer hardware and software systems, as well as provide technical assistance and training to system users.
*Placement data is gathered through graduate surveys, faculty-collected data, and phone surveys started after six months of graduation. In 2018, 17 of the 17 graduates responded to the survey. Employment rate is figured by: (graduates employed)/(responding graduates who are seeking employment).