Ivy Tech’s North Central region introduces School of Computing and Informatics
SOUTH BEND, IND. (September 11, 2014)—The Indiana Commission for Higher Education (CHE) has approved seven new programs within Ivy Tech Community College’s School of Computing and Informatics. A business and industry IT task force provided development guidance and endorsement of the programs. The new programs began August 2014 and are available at the South Bend, Elkhart County (Goshen) and Warsaw campuses in either a face-to-face format or via distance education. This initiative directly links to the College’s new academic division structure of providing focused workforce relevant career pathways for students.
The seven new programs include Cyber Security-Information Assurance, Database Management and Administration, Server Administration, Software Development, Informatics, Information Technology Support, and Network Infrastructure. The Computer Science program, initially offered in 2012, is also in the School of Computing and Informatics.
Degrees granted to Ivy Tech students through the School of Computing and Informatics will prepare graduates for careers in high-demand computing and informatics professions. Certifications and transfer credits to a four-year university are also available in the program curricula. For more information, contact Valerie Golay, Bi-Regional Department Chair of the School of Computing and Informatics for Ivy Tech Northwest/North Central, at 574-289-7001 ext. 6823 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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