The world of technology is exciting, fast paced, and constantly
changing. If you are someone that thinks technology is cool and could
see yourself doing it for a living, this career may be your answer!
In this program, you will earn a Specialized Associate’s Degree in
Network and Software Solutions. You will learn to troubleshoot computers
and understand how they work. You will build websites, manage networks
and much more! You'll also learn business management skill that
employers are looking for.
At PIHT, we know
your goal is to get in to
your dream career fast. We’ve designed our
Network and Software Solutions program to
meet your career goals and the needs of
local employers. Experience and certifications
are a great way to improve your marketability
“They don’t let up until they know you are happily employed. They are here to help you succeed.”
“They give you the information that you need to help your career, start your career or further your career, so it is definitely an investment in your future.”
As one of our Network and Software Solutions students you will complete an externship as part of your program. This on-the-job training allows you to apply the skills you’ve learned in the real world with real people. This experience is invaluable and also allows you to showcase your skills to employers in your area who hire IT professionals.
Not only does our Network and Software Solutions program prepare you to be job ready, but it’s also designed to prepare you for certification exams which can strengthen your appeal in the job market. Some of the certifications our students can choose to take include:
Businesses need computers, networks and technology. You could be the one who makes it happen! Be a professional, have a career and achieve financial security. To learn more about the program, call PIHT today at 724-437-4600 or Request Information.
Network and Software Solutions - Specialized Associate Degree (CIP Code: 11.0103)
Related occupation titles for this program include: Occupation: Network and Computer Systems Administrators (SOC Code 15-1142.00) Occupation Profile: www.mynextmove.org/profile/summary/15-1142.00; Occupation: Computer Network Support Specialists (SOC Code 15-1152.00) Occupation Profile: www.mynextmove.org/profile/summary/15-1152.00; Occupation: Computer Network Architect (SOC Code 15-1143.00) Occupation Profile: www.mynextmove.org/profile/summary/15-1143.00; Occupation: Computer and Information Systems Managers (SOC Code 11-3021.00) Occupation Profile: www.mynextmove.org/profile/summary/11-3021.00 (NOTE: The US Department of Labor networking/computer administration/information systems categories include a very broad category of jobs and potential pay levels. The specific jobs listed by the USDOL under these categories generally require a four- year bachelor's degree or higher and, in some fields, additional training or specific certifications. The USDOE does not provide networking/computer administration/information systems categories of jobs requiring only an associate degree; therefore, the wage level and career opportunities listed by the USDOL under these categories are not appropriate for associate degree graduates and would normally require additional training and/or education beyond an associate degree.) / On-Time Graduation Rate: 71% / Placement Rate: 67% / Median Loan Debt: Private: $0; Institutional Financing Plan: $0; Title IV: $9,371.00 / Cost of Program: Tuition: $22,470; Fees: $2,750; Supplies: $400; Total Cost: $25,620 / For more information regarding the Cost of Attendance, please Click Here. For a downloadable copy of this information, please Click Here.
Placement Rates were produced from the annual Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) Campus Accountability Report (CAR).