Whether you chose an Information Technology or Computer Engineering Technology field such as IT Support, Networking, Security, Computer Programming, Digital Media or Gaming and Simulation, there is a world of opportunities awaiting our Sandhills Community College graduates.
Information Technology Programs
We offer three different 2-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) specialty tracks under our IT program, and six certificates, they include…
- Computer Programming & Development AAS Degree
- Digital Media Production AAS Degree
- Gaming & Simulation AAS Degree
- Computer Database Certificate
- Digital Media Production Certificate
- Gaming and Simulation Certificate
- Information Technology (IT) Generalist Certificate
- Programming C# Certificate
- Apple Swift Programming Certificate
Computer Engineering Technology Programs
We offer four different 2-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) specialty tracks under our Computer Engineering Technology program, and five certificates, they include…
- Hardware and Software Support AAS Degree
- Medical Equipment Support AAS Degree ***NEW for Fall 2022***
- Networking AAS Degree
- Security AAS Degree
- CET Generalist Certificate
- Support Certificate
- Hardware and Software Support Certificate
- Networking Certificate
- Security Certificate
Today’s businesses are looking for employees who understand how to use computers to provide practical solutions that increase productivity, cut costs, better serve customers, and increase profit.
Experts agree that a solid education is the best way to keep up with the newest trends and to maintain a competitive edge in the computer fields. Today’s graduates must possess that most current education in computer technologies in order to complete in the global workplace.
Whether you are a computer geek or a complete beginner, the computer technologies programs at Sandhills Community College will prepare you for a rewarding career in a field where jobs await.
Co-Op Work Experience
We offer a co-op program that provides second-year students with real world skills that prospective employers are seeking. Every effort is made to place the student in a co-op work experience that is tailored to their skills, needs and preferences. Even though it is not guaranteed nor expected, many co-ops lead to permanent employment.