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Career Options

Students who move on with their education and graduate with a degree and transfer to earn their bachelorís degree, can earn anywhere from $35,100 to $133,300 annually after graduation. They have several career options such as those listed below, most of which require a bachelorís degree.

Career Options:
Administrative Assistant
Computer Programmer
Computer Specialist
IT Manager*
LAN Administrator
Security Analyst/Engineer*
Software Engineer*
Systems Analyst*
Technical Support Specialist
Web Designer/Developer
Webmaster/Programmer

*careers requiring a bachelorís degree

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Faculty Spotlight: Bob Gates
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Points of Distinction
  1. CSM, in partnership with local employers, offers entry-level and advanced-level information technology (IT) certification programs which lead to a variety of careers in information technology

  2. The courses in this certificate are applicable to the Information Services Technology Certificate and AAS degree.
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