The library technician is an important part of the library staff, occupying a position with a level of responsibility between a clerk and a librarian. Technicians support and assist librarians in the delivery of many library services. They may direct the work of clerical staff, student assistants, other library technicians, and, under the direction of a librarian, may be responsible for a section or department in a library. Technicians may also be in charge of a small library. (Guidelines for the Education of Library Technicians, CLA)
Organizations of all sizes need experts who can create, implement, support, and manage their websites and web applications. Best of all, as this field keeps growing, it keeps changing – so your creativity and skills are always evolving.
Programming requires a detail-oriented, logical mindset mixed with a sense of creativity. It is work that appeals to individuals who are rarely satisfied with the status quo and are constantly looking to improve technical solutions to help organizations operate more smoothly. It is also a field where there is growing recognition, from businesses and organizations from all sectors, for the vital contributions that it has on an operation's success – well-written code improves operational efficiency, and commercial performance.
As the information needs of an organization grows in size and complexity, database developers and administrators take on a critical role of helping to manage data that supports business operations and decisions. In their roles, they know how to create, maintain, and manage the databases that protect and organize key information.
Almost every aspect of today's business, education, and healthcare relies increasingly on information technology (IT). As the world embraces new technologies, IT and related technical knowledge and skills have become even more important in the ever-changing field of business and service solutions.
In this challenging program, you learn to use computer technologies to capture and, analyze data, and present information for healthcare delivery use. Health records are the primary source of information used by healthcare and government agencies for decision-making, financial planning and reimbursement, and management. This information is also needed by public health officials to indicate disease patterns and trends, and by medical researchers for analysis, comparison, and decision support.
This concentration provides you with skills in project management, advanced software applications and business management. Graduates are prepared to be leaders and power users in technology, information and management.
Explore network admin, desktop support, application development and other specialties, while developing critical thinking skills that allow you to make savvy, cost-effective business decisions. Our grads are programmers, support technicians and analysts who speak the language of computers.