The computer technology track is ideally suited for computer support specialists, system and network administrators, system and network engineers, information technology project managers, directors of technology, or information technology consultants.
Whether you already carry such a title—or are looking to transition to such a role—Ball State’s computer technology track within the master of arts in career and technical education might be the perfect career boost.
If you are considering transitioning into a technology field, you might note that employment for such positions is expected to grow by 17 percent, faster than most occupations, through 2022, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. As businesses and organizations grow and upgrade computer equipment and software, so will the need for day-to-day support services.
This track will connect you with professors who are leaders in their fields and with classmates who are professionals in the computer technology field.
- EDTE 650 - Curriculum Integration of Learning Technology (3 credit hours)
- ISOM 654 - Project Management (3 credit hours)
- ICS 620 - Information and Communication Technologies (4 credit hours)
- ICS 621 - Information Movement, Management, Storage Technologies, Standards, and Lab (4 credit hours)
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for the master of arts in career and technical education,
under which this track is available.