Computer Technologies

Whether you choose Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Programming, Digital Media Technology, Networking Technology, or Simulation and Game Development – theres a world of opportunity awaiting Sandhills Community College graduates with training in computers.

Todays 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 profits.

Experts all agree that a solid education is the only way to keep up with the newest trends and maintain a competitive edge in the computer field. Todays graduates must possess the most current education in computer technology in order to compete in the global workplace.

Whether you are a computer geek or a complete beginner, the Computer Technologies Department at Sandhills Community College will prepare you for a rewarding career in a field where jobs await.

All of Sandhills computer courses day or night, traditional classroom, online, or a hybrid combination are taught by highly qualified instructors committed to providing you with a competitive edge. Some of our computer classes can be taken online or in the evening.

Students are eligible for free copies of developer software from the Microsoft Developers Alliance.

Co-op Work Experience

Our co-op program 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.

Our Programs

Computer Engineering Technology

Digital Media Technology

IT – Computer Programming and Development

IT – Networking

Simulation and Game Development

Free Microsoft Software

If you take computer courses at Sandhills and use Microsoft products, you are eligible to obtain free software from Microsoft based upon class enrollment. We are a participant in the Microsoft Developers Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA), which provides software such as Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 2008 Server, Visual Studio.NET, Microsoft Access 2007, and many more.

Contact your instructor or program coordinator for more information about how to obtain your full-working versions of eligible Microsoft products.

Microsoft DreamSpark Website for Sandhills Students