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1 IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE PARTNERSHIP Sources: Indianapolis & Post Tribune News Gina Rue Dean, School of Business Program Chair, CINS/CINT Bridging the Future Transfer Credit Agreement Computer Information Systems/Technology (CINS/CINT) Computer Information Technology & Graphics (CITG)

2 First poster in a new limited series named Freedom to Innovate which was conceptualized and painted by South Shore artist, Mitch Markovitz.

3 Graduation 14 graduation ceremonies around the state with nearly 8,000 students earning associate degree or certificate Enrollment Serving 120,000 students; spring enrollment up 14% as compared to last year

4 Ivy Tech President Thomas J. Snyder says, "No institution in Indiana plays a more vital role in workforce development than Ivy Tech Community College. "By offering academic programs that provide students with career skills and credits that transfer to four-year colleges & universities, along with accelerated certified training programs aligned with employer needs, Ivy Tech is truly a catalyst in helping the state compete on a national and global scale."

5 Computer Information Technology (CINT) Computer Information Systems (CINS) CINT Networking PC Support and Administration Security CINS Programming / Systems Analysis Web Site Development Database Administration ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE (65 CREDIT) – AS ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE (62 CREDIT) – AAS TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE (31 CREDIT) – TC CERTIFICATE (21-27 CREDIT) - C (Both offer Student Self Directed track)

6 Employment is expected to grow faster than average Increase 28.8 percent from 2006 to 2016 in the professional, scientific, & technical services industry Add 2.1 million new jobs by 2016 Demand for employees with computer and business skills is particularly high in small and medium-sized firms

7 What are students saying…?

8 Janice Hill CINS,96 MIS Director Larry Gist CINT, '05 Unit Manager Assistant "I had worked numerous office jobs while raising my family. Then I started taking classes at Ivy Tech. Not only did I receive a great education, I gained the confidence in myself to pursue goals. I've had two significant job advancements." "Since graduation, I have received two raises and am ready to purchase my first home. None of this would have been possible without my education from Ivy Tech. My degree carries a great deal of respect in Indiana."

9 Ivy Tech CINS/CINT programs give students the credentials to enter the job market and find a good-paying job right out of college or continue their education at a four-year institution. Is an AAS enough? Should Ivy Tech be a stopping-stone or stepping-stone?

10 Hot Job 2006 Employment 2016 Projection Annual Growth Annual Change Annual OpeningsWageEducation/Training 1 Computer Software Engineers, Applications5,3567, %274$69,345Bachelor's degree 2 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts3,7215, %251$63,833Bachelor's degree 3 Computer Systems Analysts6,7158, %348$65,583Bachelor's degree 15 Network and Computer Systems Administrators5,2096, %236$54,806Bachelor's degree 49 Computer Support Specialists8,3449, %339$37,694Associate degree

11 Course by course transfer of classes that are agreed upon by the two institutions https://wwwapps.ivytech.edu/cgi-bin/curr/gpprogram_list.cgi#

12 59% of students cited transfer to a four-year college or university as a primary or secondary goal for enrolling at Ivy Tech Transfer curricula that meet expectations of four-year universities is part of our mission Ivy Tech serves the public by maintaining academic partnerships and collaborations through agreements aimed at mobility

13 Transfer courses have experienced significant growth and will continue to grow Statewide transfer web site is expected to help in availability of electronic curricular 2007 Strategic Directions for Higher Education in Indiana to maximize opportunities seamless transfer

14 Ivy Tech and Purdue Calumet University Partnership Bridging the Future Transfer Credit Agreement Computer Information Systems/Technology (CINS/CINT) Computer Information Technology & Graphics (CITG) CPATH Project

15 THANK YOU! IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE Gina Rue Dean, School of Business Program Chair, CINS/CINT IVYLINE


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