The Information Technology Technician Certificate (12 credits) is designed to give students a micro credential that they can use to seek an entry-level technical position.
Students can use this certificate as a stand-alone credential or to get a job while working on an Information Technology, Cybersecurity or Virtual Reality major or minor. Students who complete this certificate will be able to perform basic computer technical support functions such as help desk support, network maintenance operations, and installation of security updates.
The Division of Applied Technology is committed to promoting diversity and is a proud member of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT).
Students will learn:
- how computers work
- the basics of cybersecurity
- how to code in Python
- the fundamentals of networking
INT 101 Introduction to IT Fundamentals
CYBR 201 Introduction to Cybersecurity
CSC 121 Introduction to Computer Programming I
CSC 301 Introduction to Networking
Shenandoah University works on rolling admissions and accepts applications throughout the year. Applications are reviewed individually and holistically.
Submit your application, review required admission materials, and find our admissions standards.