The Computer Science department of Trinity Valley Community College is dedicated to provide a comprehensive selection of computer and technology-related programs using a variety of delivery formats (lecture and online). The purpose of our curriculum is to prepare students for either entry-level positions in a specific computer field, or transfer to a four-year college or university.

According to the most recent publication of the U.S. Department of Labor's  Occupational Outlook Handbook, from 2010 to 2020 employment of computer support specialists is expected to grow 18 percent, network and computer systems administrators is expected to grow 28 percent, and information security analysts, web developers, and computer network architects is projected to grow 22 percent.  The following videos provides additional information on computer careers in the State of Texas. These video were produced by the Texas Genuine project whose Web site provides information on workforce careers. 
 
Careers in Computer Technology

 


Computer Science Pathways Banner


Computer Science Pathways

 

For More Information Check Below!

 
Associates of Arts:
 
Associates of Arts:
 
Associates of Applied Science:
 
Certificates:
 
Associates of Applied Science:
 
Certificates:
 
Occupational Skills Awards:
Linux System Administration
Database Management
PC Hardware
Networking
Information Security
 
Certificate:
 
 
Athens:
Marshall Reeves
903.675.6313
mreeves@tvcc.edu
 
Jan Osteen
903.675.6367
josteen@tvcc.edu
 
David Stephens
903.675.6332
dstephens@tvcc.edu
 
Maribeth McAnally
903.675.6333
mmcanally@tvcc.edu
 
Terrell:
Brian Allen
972.563.9573
ballen@tvcc.edu
 
Palestine:
Richard Davis
903.729.0256
rdavis@tvcc.edu
 
Melinda Reppond
903.729.0256
 
 
Cooperative Education is a strategy of education a process of chanigng the behavior of people through experience. It is a method of insturction that involves the student in the application of theory in a real-world setting. In this involvement the student can recognize their own adaptablilities, skills, and potential as the real world becomes more revelevant. This experience must be selected, ordered, and measured in such a way that qulaity growth is assured. The instructor/coordinator is thek ey facilitator and monitors the process by interacting with the student and employer.
 

Gainful Employment Data