Alexandria Technical & Community College - Jobs in MN
Alexandria Technical & Community College


General School Info

This school does have some unique programs (see below) directly geared towards a pursuit of computer technician field service jobs or careers. As is generally the case with Technician and Community Colleges, most degrees are specialized, 2 year degrees. Although this site's focus is on assisting people seeking computer technician jobs in Minnesota, this school does offer related programs that may cause you to pause and think about alternatives to computer repair related careers.

Courses/Programs

Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Applied Science, diplomas, certificates

Largest programs: Law enforcement, nursing, welding technology, diesel mechanic (partnership with Ziegler, Inc., the Caterpillar dealer for Minnesota and Iowa), marine and small engine mechanic (partnership with Arctic Cat and Briggs & Stratton)

Unique programs: Communication art and design, computer and voice networking, concrete mason, fashion management, health and fitness specialist, hotel-restaurant management, mechatronics (combines mechanical, electronic and networking systems)

More Info on Alexandria Technicial College ... In Their Own Words

  • Numerous programs are available entirely online to provide convenient access for all students.
  • Recognized in the Minnesota Office of Higher Education's "Minnesota Measures" for three years, Alexandria Technical and Community College has the highest percentages of public two-year colleges in Minnesota in student retention, student graduation and transfer rate.
  • Job placement rates have been over 90 percent for several decades.
  • Many associate degrees fully transfer toward completion of bachelor's degrees at universities, including Bemidji State University; Minnesota State University, Mankato; Minnesota State University Moorhead; and Southwest Minnesota State University.
  • A rich history includes excellence in instruction, high academic expectations of students and a great number of partnerships with local, state, national and international businesses and industries.
  • The college’s foundation awards more than $150,000 in student support and scholarships each year.