August 11, 2017

QCC adds lab for new Southbridge computer program

Luis Pedraja, president of Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester. The school has added a computer lab to its Southbridge location.

Quinsigamond Community College has added a new computer lab to its Southbridge location in an effort to expand its computer engineering program, the college announced Friday.

This lab will exclusively be dedicated to the college's growing computer systems engineering technology program, which is scheduled to begin in Southbridge this fall.

In a statement, the college said it is meeting the high demand for technical workers by offering a comprehensive CSET program relevant to the needs of the business world.

According to the college, it currently offers four CSET associate degrees and nine certificate programs for students.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, IT occupations as a whole are expected to grow substantially from 2014 to 2024. In May 2016, BLS noted the median annual wage for computer and IT occupations was $82,860, substantially higher than the $37,040 median annual wage for all other occupations.


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