Computer Science and Information Technology

Computer Science & Information Technology

Computer Science & Information Technology

Computer Science & Information Technology

With technology impacting nearly every aspect of our lives, it’s not surprising that  computer and information technology occupations are one of Texas’s fastest-growing job sectors. Austin Community College’s Computer Science and Information Technology area of study gets you ready to compete for exciting, high-paying careers in nearly any segment of the industry. Develop games. Secure networks. Whatever you dream of doing in tech, do it first at ACC.


Credit Programs

  • Computer Information Technology

    Whether we’re buying groceries to planning a mission to Mars, computers are a part of almost everything we do. With training in this program, you’ll configure and maintain networks, support computer applications, and implement information security systems. The program prepares you to compete for jobs that pay as much as twice the national average.

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  • Computer Science

    All of the computer applications and systems that we rely on begin with a line of programming code. ACC’s Computer Science Program gives you the opportunity to capitalize on skills in programming, development, systems analysis, and administration in this lucrative field that is only projected to grow in the coming years.

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Flexible Options

IT Institute

Study network administration in a supportive learning community.

ACC IT alumna Aida Nacro poses for a portrait at her workplace.
Women in IT

Classes with support services to accelerate women into entry-level careers in IT.

Students standing around a PC tower
Career ACCelerator

IT training with financial aid and and other support for low-income, working-age adults.

A woman standing next to a male student using a laptop
Accelerated Programmer Training

Earn credits for prior knowledge and fast-track your studies.

format_quote The knowledge and experience gained from ACC allowed me to have a solid foundation for further study of the cyber security tools and solutions."
Anna V.
Major: Computer Studies