Do you enjoy troubleshooting? Do you have a patient personality and enjoy teaching others? As a computer support specialist, you’ll work closely with technology and people, helping your colleagues overcome tech hurdles and malfunctions so they can get their work done.
Our IT Computer Support program has a strong internship component, which has helped about 70% of the program’s students to be hired by their employers after graduation.
We prepare our students for the A+, N+, Security+ and client MCSA certifications.
What's different at SPSCC?
Worker Retraining funds. Some students qualify for Worker Retraining, which helps pay for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and more. Learn if you qualify for Worker Retraining >.
Careers and employment prospects
Information technology is one of the strongest industries in the Puget Sound area. Pay rates are highly competitive, and job opportunities in this area are predicted to increase as more businesses require dedicated support technicians for customers in network environments. Here’s a list of a few possible careers available for successful graduates in Information Technology:
Career overview, pay rate, work environment, and more (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics):
- Computer network and systems administrator
- Computer programmer
- Database administrator
- Software developer
- Local career paths in Computer Information Technology (Washington State MapYourCareer )
- Best Jobs in America includes information technology careers (CNN Money)
Degrees & Certificates
Department/Division ContactApplied Technology