Computer Information Technology

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Cybersecurity and Network Specialist

Do you like working with computers? Does the idea of securing the world’s cyberspace intrigue you? Learn to solve complex problems and create innovative solutions by studying Cybersecurity, Computer Networking, or Web Application Development. 

North Georgia Technical College’s Computer Information Systems program prepares students for a variety of occupations in today’s dynamic, ever-changing information technology world. These hands-on learning programs incorporate the latest computer technology and software programs. Classes are taught by experienced faculty who know what knowledge and skills are expected in today’s information technology job market. NGTC has articulation agreements in place with several institutions which allow CIS degree graduates the opportunity to pursue a bachelor’s degree.

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Computer Information Systems

Clarkesville Campus

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Programs of Study


Campus: Clarkesville
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Networking Specialist

Campus: Clarkesville
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North Georgia Technical College is an authorized CompTIA Academy Partner. This partnership allows NGTC students seeking certification in CompTIA to receive a substantial discount on exam vouchers.

Program Comparison
  • Cybersecurity
  • Networking Specialist
CybersecurityNetworking Specialist
Program Length5 Semesters5 Semesters
Online or in-person?Mix of bothMix of both
CampusClarkesville & OnlineClarkesville & Online
Common Job LocationsVarious businesses and government entities.Various businesses and government entities.
Credentials AvailableDegree, Diploma, CertificateDegree, Diploma, Certificate
Avg. Starting SalaryLocal: $50,000 Metro: $65,000Local: $45,000 Metro: $60,000
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Meet the Faculty

Jeff Johnston

Computer Information Systems Program Director & Instructor

C.J. DiNofrio

Networking Instructor

These fast-paced programs provide graduates with the technical skills and industry-recognized credentials necessary for employment in the expanding field of computer technology.

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