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Information Technology

Do you enjoy working with computers?
Have you created your own webpage?
Is mathematics a favorite subject?
Are you organized and able to focus on details?
Do you learn new computer programs quickly?

If you answered yes to two or more of the questions above, you might be interested in considering a career in information technology.

Information Technology (IT) is an area that is growing and always changing with new developments. In IT, you would be part of a cluster that continues to make an impact on society and individuals. You would have the opportunity to work in all types and sizes of businesses from Microsoft to your local hospital.

Employees in Information Technology work with computer hardware, software, multimedia, and network systems. In this cluster, you might design new computer equipment or computer games. Or you might make sure that the software or networks are working. In addition, you might have to make sure that people know how to use them. Or you might manage whole networks that link workers in all parts of the world.

 

For more information, go to MissouriConnections

NOTE:  Missouri Connections can be accessed through the MCC Databases by entering your student (S) or employee (E) number e.g., (S1234567) followed by your MCC password.  MissouriConnections requires an additional login. On the main page, select Guest Login, and enter your city and zip code.  

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