CCBC reaches out to ITT Tech students

Sep 09, 2016

CCBC continues to reach out to students displaced by ITT Tech’s abrupt closure. After hosting an Open House to answer questions and advise students, college representatives realized that efforts need to be on-going.

“Hundreds of students locally have been impacted by ITT Tech’s closure,” said CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis, “and we want to help these students as much as we can. Our Owings Mills campus is in close proximity to ITT Tech’s Baltimore site and we offer many of the same programs at a much more affordable cost.”

Former ITT-Tech students can pursue associate degrees and industry certifications in a variety of CCBC career programs that correspond to former ITT Tech offerings, including:

Credit programs:
  • Computer-Aided Design for Architecture and Engineering
  • Computer Science – Information Systems Option
  • Information Technology
  • Information Systems and Cybersecurity
  • Network Systems Administration
  • Information Systems Security
  • Accounting
  • Business Management
  • Criminal Justice
  • Homeland Security
  • Legal Studies
Noncredit programs:
  • A+ Certified PC Repair Technician
  • Cisco Certified Network Associate
  • Information Security Analyst (Security+)
  • Network Security Specialist (Certified Ethical Hacker)
  • Network+ Certified Technician
  • Red Hat Certified Engineer
  • Red Hat Certified System Administrator
  • VMware Systems Administrator
  • Project Management
  • Health IT (Certified Associate in Health Information Management Systems)
To further assist ITT Tech students, no application fee (fall, winter or spring semester) or registration fee is required. Additionally the fee for Prior Learning Assessment or credit by exam has been waived through June 2017 and a $200 scholarship is available to assist with tuition and fees.

To explore options call 443-840-CCBC or email contact@ccbcmd.edu
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