Pathway: Information Technology

Information Technology is a rapidly-growing, high-demand area that supports nearly all industries.

It applies technology such as computer software, hardware, data and support in a variety of different ways to meet the needs of businesses and organizations.

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Information Technology Program

The Information Technology Program is designed for students who wish to explore and prepare for a range of careers applying technology to business needs. Students will learn about computer repair, network design and management, mobile and web applications, data visualization, telecommunications systems, and server management. They have opportunities to use the CyberRange/CyberCity simulated electronic warfare environment, Microsoft Datacenter Academy working lab, and NERDS skillset development and community outreach center.

The Pathway Program is a great option for students who want a broad understanding of this area as well as those who are unsure which Information Technology program is best for them. Students can easily transfer into a specific Information Technology program after starting here.


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Computer Information Systems Programs

Are you drawn to technology and curious about the latest advancements? Are you interested in how things work? Students in the Computer Information Systems program learn about operating systems, hardware, servers, data center operations, cybersecurity, systems administration and more. They have opportunities to use the CyberRange/CyberCity simulated electronic warfare environment, Microsoft Datacenter Academy working lab, and NERDS skillset development and community outreach center.

Graduates may work locally for Microsoft, Lunavi, State of Wyoming, Laramie County schools, and businesses needing IT staff.


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Cybersecurity Program

In our increasingly digital world, protecting online data is a critical job. Students in the Cybersecurity program learn the fundamentals of working with PC and server hardware and operating systems. They build advanced skills in anti-malware, forensics, security, defense, and protection of systems, networks, and enterprise environments. Students have opportunities to use the CyberRange/CyberCity simulated electronic warfare environment, Microsoft Datacenter Academy working lab, and NERDS skillset development and community outreach center.

Graduates from this program may find jobs as network security administrators and engineers.