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Heartland Community College

Information Technology

  • Do you find yourself spending endless hours exploring "behind the scenes" of your computer programs? Are you interested in knowing how those programs work and interact? Studying information technology prepares you for a variety of entry-level positions that will allow you to do just that.

  • While many programs are simple and take only a few days to write, others like computer operating systems can take a year or more to complete.*

  • As a graduate of HCC's IT program, you'll have a variety of options available to you. You may seek immediate employment or continue your education in a bachelor's degree program. Four-year degree options include programs such as computer science, information technology, digital media and management information systems.

    The outlook for employment in the IT field is expected to rise. In May 2012, the median annual wage of computer programmers was $74,280 and $79,680 for computer systems analysts.*

    *Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition.

  • Earn your Heartland degree and transfer to a four-year college or university:

    Associate in Arts - Concentration in Information Technology

    If you plan to complete the first two years of study at Heartland and then continue your studies as a computer science major at a four-year institution in Illinois, the Associate in Arts (AA) transfer preparation program is the path for you.

Information Technology at Heartland Community College Video

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Contact Us

Career and Technical Education Department
WDC 1200
1500 W Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
Phone: 309-268-8860
Fax: 309-268-7963

Email the CTE Department

Adam Campbell

Interim Dean, Career and Technical Education
WDC 2202
Phone: 309-268-8895