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Individuals who have a degree or certificate in Computer Technology can find positions in information management, system analysis and design, applications, operation and programming as well as supervisory positions.



Career options exist in all kinds of companies and business types including system analysis and design, applications, operation and programming and supervisory positions. In 2009, the average annual income in South Carolina was $41,640 for Computer Support Specialists and $62,460 for Computer Systems Analysts.


*Source: US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.



The Computer Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level positions in information management. TCL offers a two-year academic Associate in Applied Science major in Computer Technology and a variety of Computer Technology Certificates including Computer Applications, Database, Database/Reports for Electronic Health Records, Help Desk Management,  Networking for Electronic Health Records, Programming, Network Administrator, and Webmaster.


Note: For list of required courses, please see Course Catalog



Chris McCarthy / 843.470.6021 / cmccarthy@tcl.edu

Computer Technology Instructor / Location:  New River – Room 206


Karen Smith / 843.525.8323 / ksmith@tcl.edu
Computer Technology Instructor / Location:  Building 14, Room 126


Dr. Kenneth Flick / 843-525-8238 / Fax:  843.470.8413  kflick@tcl.edu
Business and Industrial Technology Division Dean / Location:  Builing 14, Room 125

Besides my strong interest in computers, I chose to be a

Computer Technology major because of the increasing

demand for graduates in the field. Even in the wake of

our current economy, with the skills I’ve gained from

TCL, opportunities will always

be available.

Beau Mitchell, Computer Technology, Bluffton, S.C.





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