MyComputerCareer IT Career Training Frequently Asked Questions
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We offer career training programs for up to 14 in-demand certifications across five of the leading brands in IT, including Microsoft, Linux, Cisco, CompTIA, and even the Certified Ethical Hacker certification from EC-Council. This provides you hands-on training and knowledge for a career in computer hardware, software, networking and/or cyber security. These are among the most marketable fields in IT. No programming knowledge is required to start your career!
- Information Technology Security & Administration (ITSA – No prerequisites)
- Cyber Security Specialist (CSS – Prerequisites)
- Cyber Security Engineer (CSE – Prerequisites)
- Associate of Applied Science in Network Administration and Cyber Security (Associate’s Program – Prerequisites)
Your resume must clearly and effectively show skills in such a way that hiring managers won’t have to second guess your qualifications. Our programs are designed with this in-mind. It’s important you satisfactorily complete a program in its entirety to build a solid foundation for your future career. Exceptions may be made for a student who has one or more current certifications. Please review our transfer credit policies in consultation with your Admissions Advisor.
Your out-of-pocket cost will vary depending on what financial aid programs are available to you. Your Admissions Advisor will work closely with our Financial Aid department to identify federal student aid for those who qualify and/or eligible tuition assistance programs such as grants, scholarships, educational loans, etc. If you qualify for a program, you could pay less. This is not a one-size-fits-all.
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MyComputerCareer makes no promises or guarantees related to salary but the US Department of Labor Statistics provides insight into the salaries available to certified industry professionals. For example, the median salary for a Network Administrator is $83,000. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $52,370, the highest 10 percent earned more than $132,520. For a Computer Support Specialist, the median is around $50,000 with the lowest 10 percent making less than $38,990, and the highest 10 percent earning over $106,420.
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There are numerous IT jobs and career paths available to you with the certifications obtained through MyComputerCareer, including:
- Help Desk Technician
- Network Administrator
- Security Specialist
- Computer Repair Technician
- Desktop Support
- Server Administrator
Yes! While we cannot guarantee employment, we are proud to offer career placement services to all graduates. Our Career Services team maintains a broad network of connections with employers who actively seek to hire our students and graduates. Career Services and Alumni Services also provide resume assistance, interview coaching, on-going training and refresher courses. Plus, you’ll enjoy lifetime placement support!
Absolutely! We are proud to be accredited by ACCET, the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training, officially recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a “reliable authority” regarding accrediting education and training programs.
Based in Holly Springs, NC, we offer on-campus learning on eight campuses across Texas, North Carolina, Indiana, and Ohio, plus we offer LIVE ONLINE learning throughout the US and beyond.
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No experience necessary! All you need is a high school diploma or GED and a desire to learn.
Whether you’re brand new to IT or have years of experience, we’ve got a path to your rewarding new tech career filled with unlimited growth potential. Take our free career evaluation and let us help pave your journey to a new life! Once you’ve completed our online evaluation, a Career Advisor will reach out to schedule your free consultation.
We require at least one individual consultation prior to enrollment. This is where you’ll meet your Admissions Advisor, a one-stop-shop resource and personal advocate for your success. He/she will help identify the best program and resources to start your journey as a new IT professional!