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Ivy Tech Community College revamps computer courses

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Computer and information technology leaders want to hire graduates with both technical and soft skills.

That is what they told a statewide advisory board formed by Ivy Tech Community College in an effort to revamp the school's computer courses.

And that is why the Ivy Tech system has launched a new School of Computing and Informatics, which will offer three face-to-face programs at the Columbus campus beginning in August: software development, information technology support and computer security/information assurance.

For more on this story, see Wednesday's Republic.

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