No longer accepting students into this program.
Campus: Clinton, Muscatine, & Scott Community Colleges
Computers and information technology (IT) touch nearly every aspect of modern life. IT enables integration, communication, database management, complex computing and coordination of tasks and information. This involves many different technical applications: hardware, software, programming, networking and more. An Information Technology Technician applies practical knowledge, skills, and abilities by performing aspects of software development networking, production, troubleshooting, user support, maintenance, and systems management. EICC offers IT curriculum options that prepare students for a concentration in the following areas: Augmented and Virtual Reality, Networking fr Systems and Security, Programming, Security and Forensics, and Web Development.
The Information Technology Database Concentration program is no longer accepting new students.