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Information technology workers with project management skills are are helping businesses worldwide successfully plan, organize and implement computer systems and networks to stay competitive in our increasingly high-tech business world.

Jobs for these skilled information technology managers are growing rapidly. From 2012 to 2022, demand for IT project managers is expected to grow 15 percent faster than other occupations, thanks in part to the expansion of wireless and mobile networks.

With dozens of high-tech certifications and project management courses, University of the Potomac can prepare you for entry into this fast-growing field.

Learn project management basics with Introduction to Project Management at The Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center. Or earn a certification administering server databases or mastering IT basics, including installation, preventative maintenance, networking, security and more, with one of our online IT courses.

Credits from these training programs transfer into academic degree programs, so students can start their training at any time, earn a certification, and find a job before pursuing a degree program to advance in their field. With a bachelor’s degree, IT Project Managers make an average of $120,950 per year – or $58.15 per hour, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.

At University of the Potomac, there are several options for students looking to advance as IT managers in the corporate world. The Advanced Certificate in Information Systems Management covers system analysis and design, computer networking and telecommunications, database management systems, digital forensics, and security policies and procedures. Because credits articulate into advanced academic degrees, students can then also transition seamlessly into a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program if they chose.

Whatever entrypoint into a career you chose, University of the Potomac is here to serve you. Talk to a training advisor to get personalized assistance today at 1-844-­235-­9108 or [email protected] or visit the Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center online at https://potomac.theknowledgebase.org.

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