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Irvin-WilliamsAfter leaving ICT, I got a job designing dental work using a new software program that not many people have the background/skills to do. My employer felt that my CIS background provided the foundation to assume this position and I am happy to say that what I went through in the Career Development class prepared me to sell myself in a big way.

You should have seen me in the interview! I was dazzling, amazing and charming, to say the least. Then after all that was said and done, the thank you letter I wrote to the person interviewing me was so spectacular that within an hour after sending the letter, I received a job offer. I feel that part of the reason that I received the job offer was because of the skills that I acquired from ICT.

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Associate of Science Degrees

The technology explosion has created the need for highly trained and educated paraprofessionals and technicians. In a service economy reliant on technology and information management, a wealth of opportunity exists for persons who have more than a high school education but less than a Baccalaureate Degree.

The Associate of Science Degree Program at Interactive College of Technology is intended to meet this unique need for workers who know not only how to perform occupational or technical tasks but how to communicate effectively, think critically, work cooperatively in a team environment and to use technology to meet the demands of employers and customers.

The Associate of Science Degree Program requires the completion of a minimum of 60 semester hours and may be completed in a minimum of four semesters depending on the student’s academic load per semester. In each program a minimum of 18 credits in general education courses is required. The remaining credits are composed of major and major‑related courses.

The general education component of the degree programs consists of 18 hours of an academic core designed to assist the development of the knowledge and skills necessary for graduates to enter, prosper, and advance in their chosen occupations as well as to function more effectively in other areas of their lives.

General education class offerings prepare students to:

    • Improve their writing, speaking, and listening skills.
    • Solve problems through logical reasoning and analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
    • Understand and use quantification and scientific knowledge and methods to solve problems.
    • Increase their understanding and appreciation of themselves and others and enhance their interpersonal communication skills.
    • Improve their ability to learn how to learn and to strengthen their commitment to lifelong learning.
    • Better comprehend the world in which they live so that they can function more effectively in it.

Each program offers students both requirements and recommended electives from the general education core. Students must earn a total of 18 semester credit hours in general education, including a minimum of three semester credit hours from each of the following four areas:

    • Humanities
    • Natural Sciences
    • Behavioral Sciences
    • Mathematics

Courses designated as a requirement in one area may not be taken to fulfill a requirement in a different area. A minimum of fifty percent of the required credits must be completed in residence to gain the credential.

Associate of Science Degrees

    • Office Technology with Emphasis In
      • Accounting
      • Administrative Support
      • Business Information Management
    • Computer Information Systems Technology 
      • Option 1 – Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator
      • Option 2 – Certified Internet Webmaster and Electronics Repair Technology

Current Tuition Rates

    • Office Technology - $340 per Semester Credit, plus books and supplies.
    • Computer Information Systems - $360 per Semester Credit, plus books and supplies.

 

Office Technology
All Campus Locations

Looking for an office technology or administrative assistant degree?  Discover Interactive College of Technology!  For those students whose career objectives are best served by possessing an Associate Degree, ICT provides the student with a choice of programs that build on the fundamentals of the diploma programs.

The Associate of Science Degree in Office Technology provides training that prepares the graduate for a career in the automated environment of a modern business office. This business technology degree program provides a solid foundation in office skills, including the theory and use of the basic computer applications and operating systems.

The general education components help the graduate to develop effective oral and written communication skills and to develop the ability to work cooperatively with individuals from a variety of backgrounds. In pursuit of the AA, the student must complete 18 semester credit hours, including three semester credit hours from each of these four areas:

    • Humanities
    • Natural Sciences
    • Behavioral Sciences
    • Mathematics

In addition, the graduate selects one of three areas of emphasis in which to pursue the more specialized skills that greatly increase employment and career advancement opportunities. The areas of emphasis are:

    • Accounting
    • Business Information Management
    • Administrative Support

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Computer Information Systems Technology
Chamblee Campus Only

Interested in training for a career in Computer Information Technology? Discover our computer science degree program in computer information systems at Interactive College of Technology!

For those students whose career objectives are best served by possessing an Associate Degree, ICT provides the student with a choice of programs that build on the fundamentals of the diploma programs.

The Associate of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems Technology (CIS) is designed to produce a well-rounded graduate with enhanced communication, mathematical and technical skills. The core program provides a solid foundation for the operation, design, and management of computer information systems.  Upon completion of the program you will have earned the following certifications:

    • A+
    • Net +
    • Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)

In addition, preparation for more than twenty industry-recognized certifications is part of the curriculum.  Students also acquire the skills necessary to administer database and Internet servers, including handling the security risks involved.  The program also has a telecommunication and Internet telecommunication component.

The general education components help the graduate to develop effective oral and written communication skills and to develop the ability to work cooperatively with individuals from a variety of backgrounds. In pursuit of the AA, the student must complete 18 semester credit hours, including three semester credit hours from each of these four areas:

    • Humanities
    • Natural Sciences
    • Behavioral Sciences
    • Mathematics

This comprehensive computer science degree program will prepare the graduate for employment in a constantly growing field and create the opportunity for advancement in cutting edge technology.

The Associate of Science Degree Programs are offered at the Main Campus in Chamblee, Georgia. All courses completed at the Branch Campuses are fully transferable to these degree programs.

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Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Chamblee Campus Only

The mission of the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management program is to provide students the knowledge, experience and resources necessary to successfully create and develop or manage a new venture, or lead the creation and development or management of a new department within a larger organization.  The program guides the student through the process of learning the fundamentals of owning and running a small business, including developing marketing strategies and managing day to day operations.  Students learn about legal issues, ethical standards, personal selling and customer service.  Furthermore, they learn how to operate a small business, market their product/service and manage people.  The course also includes an externship component where students gain real-life experience.  The general education component is designed to enhance the student’s general knowledge and awareness of significant issues in the workplace and in the student’s professional development.

Upon graduating the student will have learned:

    • How to take an idea for a product or service from concept to revenue production.
    • The dynamic of business structures and how a new business or new department is set up.
    • The accounting principles of a new business, including financial statements, projections, and controls.
    • How to design and implement a marketing strategy.
    • The dynamics of selling.
    • The  legal issues involved with entity selection, contracts, and other relevant topics.
    • The various aspects of growing a workforce and support team, including writing a job description, setting compensation, hiring, training, and career development.
    • How to incorporate a web-based strategy into the company’s business plan.
    • How to fully prepare a business plan.
    • How to raise funding for a business plan

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