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Computer & Information Technology

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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.

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    Advisory committee helps SPC connect with local needs

    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.

    Computer Support 

    Computer Support

    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.



    From voice recognition apps to Internet browsers, the world is full of computer and web programming breakthroughs.

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    Web Development

    Our web development programs teach you what makes a good website and prepare you to enter this aesthetic field.

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    Registration is open for the 2018 Intercollegiate Programming Competition, which will be held in April at the SPC Clearwater Campus. Students from colleges across the state will be participating in this programming competition, in which contestants will be given a series of computer programming problems to solve and competing for bragging rights plus cash prizes. Read more.

    SPC students attend annual cybersecurity conference

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    TechCamp Kickoff Brings Together Tech Leaders, Students

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    SPC Programming students engaged through wireless experience

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    SPC Cybersecurity Club places fifth in Raymond James CTF Competition

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    JPMorgan Chase grant develops technology talent

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