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Specialization Opportunity For Those Enrolling in the Information Technology or Supervision and Management Bachelor’s Degree Programs

May 4, 2016 | News

Information Technology or Supervision and Management bachelor’s degree programsBeginning August 2016, students enrolling in the Information Technology or Supervision and Management bachelor’s degree programs will have the opportunity to select a specialization within their degree program.

The Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Information Technology has been providing students with the skills and knowledge required to work in the industry for more than five years. Students completing the bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology will graduate with the skills and knowledge required to become successful information technologists, and leaders in Cloud and Virtualization, Cybersecurity, Network Administration (Microsoft MCSE), Network Infrastructure (Cisco CCNP), or Project Management.

The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supervision and Management, the largest baccalaureate program at Broward College, now offers students the opportunity to specialize in general management, marketing and sales, human resource management and project management. The new specialization tracks provide students with hands-on training in specific career paths within the program’s learner-centric, practical approach to education.

The improvements made by faculty to both of these programs were initiated as a result of interest from current and prospective Broward College students. Their interest in these areas was supported by a study of current labor market data of high demand careers, and validated by input from local employers on the college’s advisory committees.

“With the addition of specializations to both the Information Technology and Supervision and Management programs, students will be able to focus on a particular field of interest,” said Richard Louis, manager of student support services, Bachelor of Applied Science Programs at Broward College. “This additional focus will help to increase their job prospects within the field after graduation.”

For more information about this exciting opportunity, contact Richard Louis at (954) 201-2280, or rlouis1@broward.edu.

 

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