technology01Computer Technology Programs Offer:

  • Flexibility in scheduling and program planning
  • Microcomputer operation in both the stand-alone and local area network (LAN) environment
  • In-depth study of application software, including but not limited to, word processing, spreadsheet, charting, and database management
  • Internet skills including information retrieval and Web page design
  • Skills needed to design, build, and maintain computer networks
  • PC and network troubleshooting techniques, tips, and shortcuts
  • Various operating system certification preparation and support skills


  • Electrical Systems and Controls
  • Psychometrics and Systems Design
  • Computer programming principles, including program design, file and data management, and graphical user interface design
  • Data communications and networking concepts
  • Business management, business ethics, human relations, and accounting skills
  • Problem solving and critical thinking skills development


  • Computer Support Technician
  • Data Processing Assistant
  • Entry Level Programmer
  • Internet/Web Design Assistant
  • Network Administrator / Engineer
  • Network Support Specialist / Technician
  • PC Operating Systems Specialist
  • Software Applications Specialist


Brian Bohlman
Instructor, Computer Networking and Communications

Cynthia Kinser
Chair, Business and Computer Technologies; Professor, Medical Secretarial

Dr. Cherie Stevens
Professor, Computer Science

Susan Taecker
Professor, Computer Science