Information Technology

Your future in Information Technology

Information Technology is dedicated to training students in computer technology. Students will work with computer hardware/components, operating systems, and networks. Additional training is provided in PC, network, and Internet security.

TEC prepares students to become CompTIA A+ and Microsoft Office Specialist certified. These are nationally recognized credentials. For more information regarding CompTIA A+, go to

Second-year students participate in advanced computer training which includes Microsoft Office skills. They will have the opportunity to run a Helpdesk business and earn certification. Upon successful completion of coursework, students may take qualifying examinations.

TEC Support Helpdesk
2nd-year students repair computers, printers, cell phones and more.
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Program Curriculum
Information Technology

Extracurricular activities

Career options
IT security engineer
Security systems administrator
Intrusion detection specialist
IT instructor
IT support technician
Network technician
Network administrator
Network engineer

Additional information
More information about information technology occupations can be found by logging on to Career Cruising. See your counselor to obtain a username and password.

Advanced training and education
Advanced training and education can be obtained through technical schools, two- and four-year colleges and certificate programs.

Currently, TEC's Information Technology program articulates college credit through Ferris State University, SC4, and Macomb.