Computer & Visual Technology Pathway

 

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If you enjoy working with ​computers and advanced technology, then a career in Computer Information Systems (CIS) may be perfect for you. Demand for qualified individuals and jobs overall in this field are on the rise. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics estimates this industry to grow by 12 percent by 2026, faster than average for all occupations.

 

IT professionals are needed across all areas of business and there are a wide variety of opportunities and career paths to explore. By beginning your career path with CCC, you will be preparing for a promising future in this industry. Our courses can help you acquire the skills necessary to work as a Computer Technician, Desktop Support Analyst, Graphics and Web Designer, or Network Administrator. You will be ahead of the game by preparing for industry standard certifications respected by employers. Broaden your opportunities by beginning your studies in CIS today!

 

CCC DEGREES & PATHWAYS

 

Transfer Degrees

Associate of Arts (AA)
AGEC-A (CERT)

Associate of Science (AS)
AGEC-S (CERT)

Associate of Business (ABUS)

AGEC-B


AA degrees and certificates emphasize in humanities/social sciences, including a foreign language.

AS degrees and certificates emphasize in math/science.

 

CCC Pathway Course Sequences

  • Computer Technician (AAS)

  • Computer Technician Basic/Advanced (CERT)

  • CyberSecurity (AAS)

  • Desktop Support (AAS)

  • Graphics & Web Design (AAS)

  • Graphics & Web Design (CERT)

  • Network Administration (AAS)

 

Careers and Median Salaries (*Arizona | **National)

 

Computer Technician

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Desktop Support

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Graphics and Web Design

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Network Administration

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*Arizona median salaries are obtained from the Arizona Career Information System (AZCIS).  Navigate to the career choice by OCCUPATIONS (Hover)/Career Clusters/Titles Index/Desired Career.
**National median salaries are obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

 

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