IT/Programming Career Academy
The Programming academy provides students with fundamental skills in:
- Developing and maintaining computer programs and systems
- Writing code
Programming is a fast-growing career that is integral to all industries. Programming careers provide:
- Competitive pay
- Innovation and creativity
- Opportunity to solve problems
- Flexible work environments
Available at Clinton Community College.
IT/Programming - Clinton Community College
During High School
Term 1 - 7 credits
- CIS:121 Introduction to Programming Logic, 3 credits
- CIS:210 Web Development I, 3 credits
Term 2 - 9 credits
- CIS:189 Python, 3 credits
- NET:303 Windows Workstation Operating Systems, 3 credits
Career Academy: IT/Programming (12 Credits)
After High School
Summer Term - 4 credits
- BUS:167 Leadership and Professionalism, 1 credit
- MAT:110 Math for Liberal Arts OR MAT:156 Statistics, 3 credits
Award: IT/Programming Certificate (16 Credits)
Careers in Information Technology
Now more than ever, computers and technology play a key role in our lives. From powering business and industry to keeping families close, we depend on computers for nearly every aspect of our day-to-day routines. Of course, trained Information Technology professionals are the ones who help make it all possible.
- Multimedia or Software Developer
Design software using a variety of coding languages. Create multimedia applications by generating and manipulating animations, graphic images, text, sound, and video.
- Data Analyst
Develop insight and gain information through the collection, analysis and interpretation of data. They work for businesses and other types of organizations, identifying and helping to solve problems.
- Cyber Security
Protect the security of computer systems and networks.
- Computer Scientist
Write new software to complete tasks in a quick and efficient period as well as develop new functions that can be of use for employees or clients.
- Computer Programming
Write the code needed for programs to function. Programmers also test software and update existing software.
- Web Development
- Technical Support
Give essential technical support and troubleshooting services to end-users.
- Mobile App Developer
Design and code software for mobile devices like cell phones and tablets. Test and perform quality checks on applications before they are published.
- Information Security Analyst
Responsible for planning and carrying out specific measures of security, designed to protect an organization’s systems and networks.
- IT Manager
Responsible for the electronic networks and IT teams of organizations. IT managers ensure all information system requirements are fulfilled.
Whether you want to specialize in programming, cybersecurity, networking, web development, gaming, or augmented and virtual reality, we have a program that will launch you into a successful career. Choose from programs in:
For more information, contact our high school team.
Questions? Call toll-free 1-888-336-3907, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the college nearest you and ask to speak to an advisor.
- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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