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Obtaining an associate degree typically requires 90 quarter credit  hours or 60 semester credit hours. The time to complete an associate degree, however, varies based on required coursework, such as general education courses.

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American National University

As businesses become increasingly dependent on technological advances each year, the need for well-trained IT professionals also continues to increase. Your associate's d ... [+]

The Essential Link to any Business

As businesses become increasingly dependent on technological advances each year, the need for well-trained IT professionals also continues to increase. Your associate's degree in network support can help prepare you for a successful entry-level career in information technology.

Our industry-certified instructors are dedicated to helping you succeed both in the classroom and in your career. They work one-on-one with you to develop your creative problem-solving skills and focus on today's industry-recognized certifications so you are prepared to hit the ground running in your career.

In this program you will gain both the skills and hands-on experience needed to sit for the following certifications:... [-]

USA Salem USA Online
September 2019
Full-time
80 weeks
Online
American National University

As businesses become increasingly dependent on technological advances each year, the need for well-trained IT professionals also continues to increase. Your associate's d ... [+]

As businesses become increasingly dependent on technological advances each year, the need for well-trained IT professionals also continues to increase. Your associate's degree in network support can help prepare you for a successful entry-level career in information technology.

Our industry-certified instructors are dedicated to helping you succeed both in the classroom and in your career. They work one-on-one with you to develop your creative problem-solving skills and focus on today's industry-recognized certifications so you are prepared to hit the ground running in your career.

In this program you will gain both the skills and hands-on experience needed to sit for the following certifications:... [-]

USA Salem USA Online
September 2019
Full-time
Part-time
Online
Gateway Technical College

Prepare for a hands-on, high-tech career with Gateway’s IT-Web Software Developer programs. Web developers create and update companies’ websites for day-to-day operations ... [+]

Prepare for a hands-on, high-tech career with Gateway’s IT-Web Software Developer programs. Web developers create and update companies’ websites for day-to-day operations. They work in a variety of environments including corporations, government, and other computer companies. Gateway’s IT – Web Software Developer associate degree is offered online and at our Racine Campus so you can learn when and where it’s most convenient for you.

Choose a path that fits your interests. The IT – Web Software Developer degree focuses on the programming languages deployed on the web, building dynamic websites and database driven backend principles. The IT – Web Software Developer degree with a Sharepoint Developer concentration focuses on the skills needed to develop and maintain business websites as well as design and develop collaboration applications with Microsoft SharePoint.... [-]

USA Racine
August 2019
Full-time
2 years
Online
University of Management and Technology

The ASIT places a strong emphasis on General Education courses that will provide a foundation for entry to the BSIT program. General Education courses are designed to bro ... [+]

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The ASIT requires the successful completion of 60 credit hours of instruction at the lower level (freshman and sophomore years).

The ASIT places a strong emphasis on General Education courses that will provide a foundation for entry to the BSIT program. General Education courses are designed to broaden a student’s educational foundation. They include courses in such areas as communications, English, government, history, psychology, sociology, mathematics, and statistics.

A student must complete at least 15 credit hours in General Education to receive an ASIT degree. A student must also complete 18 credit hours in Information Technology core courses. The remaining credit hours consist of elective courses.... [-]

USA Arlington
September 2019
Online