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digital education. major advantage.

Coursepower is the catalyst behind a new college academic track in South Carolina that offers students a technology underpinning to their studies, equipping them to succeed in the digital marketplace.

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student advantage

Tech-savvy students are better prepared for successful careers.

“Workers in high-tech industries and STEM occupations earn a substantial wage premium... relative to workers in other fields.” *

If you make $50,000 annually, a strong grasp of technology could mean $8,500 - $13,500 more in earnings.

Even those in non-technical fields can reap the financial benefits of technical knowledge and skill.

* "Technology Works: High-Tech Employment and Wages in the United States" - A report by Bay Area Council Economic Institute

employer opportunity

Organizations must act to fill the demand for tech-savvy talent.

8.6%

high-tech job growth - SC
From 2010-2011, South Carolina had the second-fastest growing high-tech jobs sector in the country at 8.6%.

28.2%

high-tech job growth - Columbia
From 2010-2011, the Columbia MSA had the second-fastest growing high-tech jobs sector of any MSA in the country at 28.2%.

60,000

projected statewide jobs shortfall
South Carolina is on track to need over 60,000 IT jobs in the next decade. If we don't fill this need, these jobs will go elsewhere.

Source: United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Jun. 24, 2014

Overwhelming Student and Parent Response to IT-oLogy and CoursePower on Campus

As we at IT-oLogy continue our college roadshow to promote CoursePower and the 18 hour Applied Computing minor one thing is becoming clear - student and parent interest is extremely high.

May. 14, 2014

Coursepower Spotlight: Daris Thomas

Benedict College political science and applied computing minor student, Daris Thomas, is excited about the future. This is because after a very short time in the applied computing program at Benedict College, Daris is already experiencing the fruits of his labor.