Agreed that there are many different types of work available in the I.T. / computer technician field. When I was in college I worked for the I.T. department and in the computer lab. It involved a lot of answering questions when people called in (maybe their computer was slow, maybe problems printing, etc) and I learned a lot about troubleshooting and being patient when helping stressed out people solve a problem.
I also took classes in computer networking. If I had followed that career path it would have involved a lot more traveling to various sites to physically install networking hardware and cables, as well as learning how to run diagnostics on existing equipment.
My current job (which some would call a "computer technician" job) I work from an office and my team & I are responsible for configuring the software and code running on my company's computers, but I only work with servers over the internet. Another company installs our servers in a data center for us.
So give a few courses a try and think more about whether it seems more interesting to you to help other people get their tech working, whether you're interested in working on an office or traveling to sites, and whether it seems cool to work with hardware or solve problems with code!