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Consider a Major in . . . a practical choice designed around communication skills, management skills, and business/office computer skills. E ast C arolina U niversity Department of usiness and nformation echnologies ducation C ommunity C ollege P artnership P rogram Start your program at your local community college and earn your ECU four-year degree online ! A Practical Major nformation Technologies is a positive result of the electronic computer age. Information technologies has created many careers for both men and women. As the use of technology and automation of the modern office advances, new employees are required who can function within this environ- ment. Graduates of this program can work in a variety of settings. Jobs include hardware and software support, office management, systems management in small companies, consulting, training specialist for sales organizations or companies, hardware and software sales and service, desk- top publishing, web site development, or traditional office support positions. It is predicted that there will be a se- vere shortage of qualified people to fill vacancies in information technologies positions in this decade. http://www.ecu.edu/bite http://www.ecu.edu Printed with nonstate funds. 01/2009 East Carolina University is committed to equality of educational opportunity and does not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, gen- der, age, sexual orientation, or disability. An equal opportunity/ affirmative action
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2009 for the course CHM 151 taught by Professor Eugene during the Spring '09 term at Wake Tech.

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