Information Technology, A.S.

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In Vermont State University’s Information Technology A.S., you’ll get both the classroom and real-world experience you need to design, build, and deploy dynamic software systems; scalable and secure data networks; and telecommunication infrastructures. Our students develop the technical savvy necessary to effectively interact with software developers at a detailed level while recognizing the big-picture business viewpoint and how to communicate effectively with the rest of an organization.

When you pursue an associate degree, you will graduate ready to contribute as a member of a technology team and will be knowledgeable about web design and systems, systems administration, and have built a programming skills foundation. Graduates of this program are prepared to understand the organization and technology of computers, databases, networking, and other information technologies. Students are introduced to the breadth of technologies and to the basics of the business world.

Because of the broad technological background this program provides, you will be well-prepared to enter new technical areas as the field expands and evolves.

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Jacob Rogenski

Assistant Director of Admissions


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Why Study Information Technology at Vermont State?

  • Career Opportunities: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts over 42,000 annual job openings and an expected 11% growth through 2030. 
  • Preparation: Our graduates have excellent career success, with the vast majority finding employment or continuing their education within six months of graduation. 
  • Hands-on Learning: In our cutting-edge labs, you’ll develop your skills as you design, build, and deploy dynamic software systems and secure data networks. 
  • Expert Faculty: Learn from our expert faculty, who bring real-world experience from the military, Fortune 500 companies, and their own startups. 

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Sample Courses

  • Interpersonal & Oral Communication
  • Introduction to Information Science & Technology
  • Website Development
  • Computer Networks

Student Stories

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“I chose this program because of their stellar pricing for tuition, the job placement rating, and the small size of the campus.” 

Joel Williams

Meet Our Faculty


  • Williston Campus

Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems

  • Randolph Campus

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