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Not only will you learn more about computers, hardware and software, but you’ll also learn about the applications of such knowledge, such as how technology fits into a business scenario. You’ll be exposed to areas such as robotics, natural language recognition programs, artificial intelligence, programming languages, numerical analysis, and gaming technology. Problem solving is a major component of CIS, no matter which segment of the industry you want to pursue.

A career in information technology opens up an increasing world of opportunities. The Information Technology industry includes telecommunications services, telecommunication equipment manufacture, computer hardware manufacture, packaged software development, and information technology professional services (e.g. consulting).

The labor market has responded well to the demand for information technology skills because of
  • the good employment opportunities and salary premiums compared to other professions,
  • the low barriers to entry (i.e. no specific degree requirements and low initial training requirements)
  • the relatively short training period (for programmers it may be only a few months and at times a new skill can be learned in the matter of days).
The demand for information technology skills brings information technology training into the forefront as the primary way to extend ones opportunities.

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Full Sail University
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