PHSC offers five Associate in Science degrees and 11 College Credit Certificates in Computer and Information Technology.

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Computer Programmer

College Credit Certificate

Computer programmers, also known as data analysts, develop, implement and maintain overall system programming and applications software.

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Computer Programming and Analysis

Associate in Science

Computer programmers, also known as data analysts; develop, implement and maintain overall system programming and applications software.

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Computer Programming Specialist

College Credit Certificate

Computer programmers, also known as data analysts, develop, implement and maintain overall system-programming and applications software.

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Cyber and Information Security

Associate in Science

Information technology (IT) professionals protect computers and networks from security breaches and system threats including hackers, viruses, spyware, dialers, worms, Trojan horses and other Internet and software risks.

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Information Technology Administration

College Credit Certificate

Web developers and technicians must demonstrate basic knowledge of computer Web design and/or networking services and often enter the workforce in entry-level positions.

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Internet Services Technology

Associate in Science

Computer network systems are used in a majority of business organizations today. The installation and maintenance of these systems is vital for business communications and provides numerous employment opportunities within the field of Internet services. Internet service professions may include occupations such as computer specialist, web technicians, e-commerce web site support specialist, networking specialist, and network technician. Webmasters are responsible for all technical aspects of a website, including maximizing website performance, speed and ease of use.

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E-Business Software

College Credit Certificate

E-business consists of business and marketing processes conducted over computer networks. It has changed the way organizations in many industries operate, virtually touching every business sector. E-business professionals with a career path focused on software applications are needed for management of e-business systems, organization and website design. Talented technicians are also needed to set up, maintain and oversee the software applications that are required to run the e-business.

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E-Business Technical

College Credit Certificate

Worldwide adoption of the use of information technology to benefit business operations and consumer interactions has led to the development of many e-business companies and careers that support e-business activities. Technical positions in this field include Web design and maintenance, microcomputer applications and repair, management of Internet technologies (IT) and operations of networking systems.

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E-Business Technology

Associate in Science

The e-business technology field consists of marketing, sales and other business initiatives conducted via computer-mediated networks. In this quickly expanding profession, technology business professionals perform a variety of duties that require training in both business and technology.

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E-Business Technology

College Credit Certificate

The e-business technology field consists of marketing, sales and other business initiatives conducted via computer-mediated networks. In this quickly expanding profession, technology business professionals perform a variety of duties that require training in both business and technology.

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E-Business Ventures

College Credit Certificate

E-business consists of business and marketing processes conducted over computer networks. This can be in a business-to-consumer or business-to-business environment. The E-Business Ventures certificate program is designed for the student seeking more advanced Web page design skills and knowledge pertaining to the use of graphics and multimedia in the e-business environment, while also being introduced to other technical aspects of information technology (IT) careers

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Cybersecurity

College Credit Certificate

The purpose of this program is to prepare students to enter the workforce as computer security specialist, network security specialist, cybersecurity specialist, data communications analysts, network systems technicians, network troubleshooters, or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these occupations.  Upon successful completion of this program, an individual may transfer the Cybersecurity Certificate into the two-year Associate in Science in Network Systems Technology degree.

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Network Infrastructure

College Credit Certificate

Network developers must demonstrate basic knowledge of computer literacy, software application support, basic hardware configuration, networking technologies, troubleshooting, security and administration.

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Network Support Technician

College Credit Certificate

Network support technicians must demonstrate proficiency with computer literacy, networking fundamentals, operating systems, network security and administration. 

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Network Systems Technology

Associate in Science

Network systems analysts plan, install, configure, monitor, troubleshoot and manage computer networks in a LAN/WAN environment. These professionals continually survey current computer sites to determine future network needs and may also monitor and adjust the performance of existing networks.

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Web Development Specialist

College Credit Certificate

Web developers are responsible for the design and creation of websites, as well as the site's technical aspects, such as performance and capacity, which are measures of a website’s speed and how much traffic the site can handle. 

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