Information Technology Infrastructure - Associate of Applied Science

The Information Technology Infrastructure Program trains students to work as IT administrators. Information technology professionals are generally responsible for ensuring their organizations’ computer and internet networks run smoothly and efficiently. The coursework prepares students to perform the typical duties of a network administrator, which often includes assembling and repairing computers, installing network cabling systems, configuring and managing servers and troubleshooting hardware and software issues. Our courses also prepare students to earn industry certifications such as CompTIA NET+, A+, Security+, Linux+ Cisco CCENT and CCNA. Our graduates work as network technicians, computer technicians, network cable installers and other computer-related positions.

Program At a Glance

For those who want to:

Help people solve issues with the technology they need to work efficiently
Learn how to troubleshoot network hardware and software issues
Run a network of computers
Strengthen their credentials

Program Snapshot

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Credits: 64*
Average Length: 2.8 Years
Average Salary: $51,980*
Graduation Retention Rate: 72%*

Possible Careers

Network service technician
Network specialist
Network administrator
Network analyst
Network systems engineer
IT support specialist

*Costs are estimates and are subject to change. Please visit the tuition and fees details page for precise details or call 417-447-7500. Degree time/credits vary with students' enrollment and course completion. Graduation retention varies by case. For program enrollment, retention, exam/certification, and employment rates visit Student Outcomes/Student Right-to-Know. Salary information is provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some careers on this list may require additional education and training. For program-specific accreditation visit OTC Accreditation.

Degree Requirements

credit hours
Program Required Courses
credit hours
General Education

For the full program requirements, see curriculum. For the full list of courses, see the catalog.

Program Details

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Program Contact

George Gibeau
Electronic Media, Graphic Design & Information Technology Infrastructure
Department Chair


Admission to Ozarks Technical Community College is open to all individuals who can benefit from its educational programs. A focus of the college mission is on the academic, career and personal goals of the student. OTC may admit you as a First-Time student just completing their high school, GED or HiSET requirements or as a Transfer student coming from another institution finishing up a certificate or degree. For more information, visit OTC Admissions.

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