MEET YOUR PROGRAM DIRECTOR: SUGUNA CHUNDUR
I was hired as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at UC Clermont in 2005 and currently work as Professor of Information Technology there. I have a Masters in Systems Analysis and Design from Miami University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and a PhD in Educational Research Methods from College of Education and Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati.
My interests are in exploring the use of open source software in the academic environment, pedagogy of teaching and learning in online environments, student learning and retention in introductory computer programming courses and digital divide among adult learners. I teach a range of courses in programming, web development, systems administration and information security. I am the coordinator of the IT program at UC Clermont.
An associate degree in Information Technology will put you on the right path to grow in the IT field. A few career opportunities include:
When you get your associate degree in Information Technology, the average salary is $37,900 annually (according to securitydegreehub.com). A mid-career annual salary in Information Technology is $74,500 (students would want to pursue a bachelor degree in IT to reach this salary). It is possible to earn an annual salary of $100,000+ (students would want to pursue their masters degree in IT for this salary).
No. your degree will be conferred by the University of Cincinnati, which will also be reflected on your transcripts and degree.
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