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Information Technology - Web and Software Developer

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Businesses are experiencing growth in Web-based environments such as intranets, extranets, and Internet applications. Organizations will look for programmers who can support existing enterprise systems and implement electronic commerce strategies. The demand for programmers with object-oriented programming skills, technical specialization in multimedia technology, and graphic user interface (GUI) development will continue to grow. Typical positions available after graduate include: WITC graduates are true professionals and lifelong learners. Career-oriented graduates can work their way into management positions. Some graduates also choose to continue their education at a university or four-year college. WITC now offers graduates a convenient new way to earn one of six bachelor's degrees online through a unique alliance with Franklin University. WITC graduates also enjoy the opportunity for completing a bachelorís degree through Capella University.

Graduate Employment Information

WITC Information Technology - Web and Software Developer Graduate Survey Responses 2015-2016

Number of graduates           8 Employed in related field 1
Number of responses           5 % employed in WITC district 100%
Number available for employment           4 Range of yearly salary $31,198-$60,000*
Number employed           2 Average yearly salary $48,305*
Percent employed     50%    

*Range of yearly salary and average yearly salary based on composite of graduates within the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) and includes WITC graduates.