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WVU Parkersburg Offers Computer Classes at Roane/Jackson Technical Center and JCC
CONTACT: Doug Weaver, assistant professor of computer science, 304-424-8000
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Classes leading to an associate degree in the in-demand computer field are being offered in January at the Roane/Jackson Technical Center and Jackson County Center in Ripley by West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
Students may earn WVU Parkersburg’s Associate in Applied Science in Computer and Information Technology by taking most of the required courses at either RJTC or JCC. This degree prepares the student for a career in the computer and networking industry. Courses taken prepare the student for the A+, MCSE as well as the CCNA industry recognized certifications.
Students may now enroll in the CIT 297 "IT Essentials I" which is a two-part course preparing the student for the A+ certification exam. It will be taught from 6-9 p.m., Monday/Wednesday evenings beginning Jan. 13 at the Roane/Jackson Technical Center. Students may register for the course at JCC.
Additional information is available by contacting the JCC office, 372-6992.
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