Associate in Science, Computer Programming

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91% of PTC’s 2018 Computer Programming available graduates are working in-field either full time, part time, or freelance.* The median annual wage for computer programmers is $82,240.**

"PTC gave me a solid foundation to build from. It’s a program that you get out of it what you put into it." Michael B., Computer Programming graduate.
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Students Compete in Master the Mainframe Hackathon

It was a marathon sprint of programming, development and OS challenges for the 29 IT students and the 2 video production students who traveled to Providence, Rhode Island, to represent Pittsburgh Technical College at the Master the Mainframe Hackathon.

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**Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Computer Programmers,

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