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Software Technologies Program
Software Technologies is the perfect program for people who want to master both office and computer skills. Individuals who specialize in this area are generally good at multi-tasking and working with computers.
If the following qualities describe you, Software Technologies might be a good program choice:
- Highly organized
- Good at solving problems
- Able to multi-task
- Like working with computers
Software Technology: What's the job outlook?
The demand for computer support specialists is steadily increasing as employers rely on them to provide technical assistance. In fact, this field is expected to grow faster than average.* Employers in today's job market are seeking job candidates who have up-to-date computer skills and the ability to keep pace with evolving technologies.
What will I do with my education?
Graduates of Heald's Software Technologies program pursue rewarding careers in a variety of positions, including Software Specialist, Computer Support Specialist, Technology Coordinator, Help Desk Specialist, Customer Service Representative, and Administrative Assistant.
Software Technology Job Duties
As a specialist in this field, you will perform a variety of administrative and computer support tasks. Your duties might include creating presentation materials for your team members or troubleshooting problems with computer hardware and software. No matter what position you hold, your Heald degree will help prepare you for great success in the workplace.
You'll get more than career training at Heald. You'll gain professional polish so you can be an asset your first day on the job. If you're interested in this program, you can pursue the following educational options:
- Associate in Applied Science degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Software Technologies
- Diploma in Business Administration with an emphasis in Software Technologies
The above serves as a general overview for this program. For details, please refer to our academic catalog.
* Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11. Your own hard work, professionalism, experience, work attitude, local market and other factors will impact your personal employment opportunities and pay.