Interested in IT and Computers? MSC Business College Has The Programme For You
Are you interested in IT and Computers? MSC College offers IT programmes that you will love. Computers and Information Technology is the future! MSC Business College offers a wide spectrum of industry related IT programmes ranging from full qualifications to skills programmes with state of the art equipment, the latest software and exposure to a real life working environment.
IT programmes range from entry to advanced levels in End-user Computing, Technical Support and Systems Development.
What is Information Technology (IT)?
"IT is the use of any computers, storage, networking and other physical devices, infrastructure and processes to create, process, store, secure and exchange all forms of electronic data."
Information Technology – End-User Computing
Information Technology – Technical Support, Cloud Management
Information Technology – Technical Support, Cyber Security
Information Technology – Systems Development
What you can do with an IT diploma/degree
The information technology profession is extremely diverse and encompasses various rolls from junior to senior positions. IT workers can specialize in fields such as software development; application management; hardware components; server, storage or network administration; network architecture; and more.
Many businesses seek IT professionals so it is a viable field to be in.
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With the education sector is in dire need of educators to accommodate the high volume of South African students, the need for qualified educators is paramount. In South Africa, there are a number of bursary funds available to support students who would like to enter the education sector.
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