Computer Support Specialist
Computer support specialists provide technical assistance, support and advice to individuals and organizations that depend on information technology. They work within organizations that use computer systems, for computer hardware or software vendors, or for third-party information technology (IT) organizations that provide support on a contract basis, such as help-desk service firms.
Be in demand in today’s computer technology field with this computer support certificate program.
Computer Support Specialist Certificate
Students completing this certificate are prepared to assume a variety of positions in a computerized office setting. Students completing this certificate may find jobs as computer support specialists, computer applications specialists, information office managers, end-user support technicians, information systems associates, personal computer (PC) coordinators, or software specialists.
Note: This program includes a ground-based component, such as an internship or clinical experience. Your student success navigator can help you better understand the requirements.
Wages for a computer support specialist range from $33,600 to $76,000, with a median wage of $51,550 annually.
Employment for computer support is expected to grow from 8-11 percent in the coming years.
If you reside in Jackson county, Michigan.
If you reside in the state of Michigan.
Out of Michigan
If you reside outside the state of Michigan.
Estimated program costs include tuition, fees and digital textbooks based on 2022-2023 tuition rates. Please note that these costs are only estimates and an individualized financial plan will be created when a student meets with their Student Success Navigator.
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