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CBIT announces fall classes, hosts July open houses
Syracuse University’s Center for Business Information Technologies (CBIT) has unveiled its fall lineup of classes for technology, software, and computer industry certifications, with fourteen IT certification programs and more than 90 courses, including new programs for LINUX system administration, Oracle application development, Microsoft Windows 2003 certification, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act certification, network security certification and Certified Wireless Network Professional studies.
“This year we have responded to industry changes by updating all of our certification programs and adding new programs that employers tell us are the most in demand,” says Jim Shea, Director of CBIT.
CBIT’s new network professional credit certificate program is a 24-credit-hour program that can be completed in two years and can be applied at the undergraduate level and also prepares students for Microsoft certifications.
University College will host open house events July 23 and July 30 at 700 University Ave., from 9 a.m.-noon and 5:30-7:00 p.m. For more information call (315)443-3140 or visit www.cbit.syr.edu.