Computer Systems & Information Technology
This program prepares the student for the CompTIA A+ and Network+ exams. These certifications will prepare the student to enter the high technology workforce as a computer and/or network technician. The certifications also prepare students to design, build, troubleshoot and repair both personal computers and small computer networks.
Students also gain experience using diagnostic equipment common to the electronics industry. Wired and wireless networking and operating systems knowledge add to the skills base, offering the student a very well-rounded experience. This prepares them for a wide array of positions or background knowledge if they pursue higher education.
After completing the Computer Systems & Information Technologies program and obtaining the CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications, students have the opportunity to enter the Applied Cybersecurity program, where they may obtain additional certifications.
This program is about 9 months (900 hours) and classes are daytime only.
Industry Certification & State Credential Exams:
- CompTIA A+
- CompTIA Network+
Obtainment Time Frame: In program
Reading, Math, and Language competencies are pre-assessed. The required basic skills grade levels for Computer Systems and Information Technology are Reading-9, Math-10, and Language-9 and must be met prior to program completion.
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Computer User Support Specialists
Network & Computer Systems Administrators
Information Security Analysts
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Course Campus Location(s):
Comp Systems Technician
Comp Network Technician
Comp Networking Specialist
Comp Security Technician