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The Internet age has transformed how businesses operate. Today it's hard to find an industry or business that doesn't depend on digital information. At SPC, the College of Computer & Information Technology gives you guided pathways for degrees and certificates in a number of areas and a bachelor's degree in technology management. We offer state-of-the-art laboratories, equipment and advanced and specialized classes in online or traditional classroom settings.
St. Petersburg College’s Technology
Advisory Committee helps the college maintain an industry-centered curriculum that keeps up with the rapid
changes in today’s IT industry. The advisory committee is made of
professionals within the community that provide oversight and ensure our
programs remain relevant and effective. Read more.
At SPC, all of the IT certificates and associate degrees listed below transfer into our B.A.S. in Technology Development and Management.
Prepare to provide computer support for information systems and technology services in a business setting.
Learn how to stay a step ahead of hackers and enter the growing Cybersecurity field.
Our networking programs give you a foundation in the backbone of the information age.
From voice recognition apps to Internet browsers, the world is full of computer and web programming breakthroughs.
Our web development programs teach you what makes a good website and prepare you to enter this aesthetic field.
When St. Petersburg College co-hosts the annual International Technology Council (ITC) eLearning Conference Feb. 19-22 at the Tradewinds Resort, ITC and SPC will present the 2017 Outstanding Online Student Award to College of Computer and Information Technology student William Wantling. Read more.
St. Petersburg College Professor Laura Malave has added another cybersecurity industry certification to her repertoire. SPC professor earns CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CSA+) certification Professor Malave has always had an interest in the Computer Science field. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Computer Science from the University of South Florida. Read more.
Are you looking for a job, internship, or information to get started in the tech industry? Well, SPC’s Tech Community Connection MyCourses Commons is the perfect place for you. Introducing the Tech Community Connection MyCourses Commons The Tech Community Connection is a commons put together on MyCourses exclusively for St. Petersburg College technology students. Read more.
SPC’s College of Computer and Information Technology faculty participated in Innovate Together with Bay Point Middle School and Cisco Systems Inc. The program allowed students to identify problems affecting their communities, conduct research to demonstrate it, develop solutions, and effectively communicate their solutions. Read more.
The Technology Job and Social Club will gather a group of students, faculty, career staff, and IT professionals.
The post Technology Job and Social Club prepares students for competition appeared first on Technology. Read more.
Are you interested in a Computer & Information Technology degree? St. Petersburg College is set to host a College of Computer & Information Technology information session from 5:30p.m.–7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 10, at the SPC Clearwater Campus, 2465 Drew St. in the Ethics & Social Sciences (ES) Building, Room 104. Read more.
St. Petersburg College will host a FREE Fall STEM Festival from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5, at the SPC Clearwater Campus, 2465 Drew St. Fall STEM Festival fun for the whole family The entire family can experience first-hand exploratory activities within the STEM field. Read more.
The College of Computer and Information Technology at St. Petersburg College drew a large crowd for its first Women in Technology Career Exploration and Networking event on Thursday, Oct. 27. The event brought out around 140 people from both the college and community. Read more.
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