Get your head in the cloud.
A career in this industry will put you on cloud 1001 (binary for 9, duh).
There’s nothing foggy
about cloud computing.
The cloud isn’t some mysterious place where information is sent and received. It’s all part of the ever-expanding Internet. Companies are increasingly using the cloud to virtually store and retrieve information, saving them money from traditional practices of using local servers and hardware. You can access this information from anywhere, but with a degree in Cloud Computing you can maintain it.
The 60 hour credit associate degree program is mapped to skills and competency-based credentials required by global Cloud providers and employers who leverage cloud-based services. The Cloud Computing program at TSTC serves as a catalyst for you to pursue a foundational base in DevOps, Cloud Computing or many other careers in the IT profession. This Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree program will build on core competencies found in security, networking, hardware, programming, DevOps and develop skills for Cloud computing architectural design and deployment.