In the 2-year Information Technology & Communication Systems training program, students study the theories and skills needed to work in various areas of communication technology including electronics, personal computers, wireless communications, telephone systems, transmission equipment, alarm systems, and data networking and administration. The hands-on program prepares students to take a number of certifications including CompTIA, Cisco, and FCC, and is approved by the State of Washington as a two-year Limited Energy (06) Specialty Electrical training program, in which graduates may be credited with up to one year towards the two years required to be eligible to take the certification exam for this license. Graduates earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Additionally, students are able to participate in externships that allow them to take and apply their newly acquired knowledge into the real world. From the medical field and industrial manufacturing to network administration, there are many pathways for this supporting trade as people and businesses increasingly rely on technology and communications in their day-to-day operations.
2011 W. Washington Ave
Yakima, WA 98903