INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BASICS (Comp Supp Essentials/A+): YEAR. ONE
TI0550
PERIOD/ TWO CREDITS. Grade 9 only
Students will be studying the IC3 course. This is the precursor to the IT Essentials I class. Students will get their feet wet in understanding how a computer works and the terminology associated with it. Students will learn to identify parts and troubleshoot computers.
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I (Comp Supp Essentials/A+): YEAR. ONE
TI0551
PERIOD/TWO CREDITS. 10th grade.
Students will learn to diagnose and repair personal computers preparing them to take the A+ certification exam through Cisco’s IT Essentials Curriculum. Students will learn the terminology and fundamentals of computer building. Students will be able to take a PC apart and learn to identify the parts inside; you also will be able to understand the fundamentals of building your own PC. Loading software and understanding how it works with the PC is another area of learning in this course. An IT Essentials I certificate from the Cisco academy can be earned. Membership and participation in SkillsUSA or Business Professionals of America, professional-technical student organizations, is encouraged. Tech-Prep college credit is available.
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II (Network Basics): YEAR. TWO PERIODS
TI0600
FOUR CREDITS. PREREQUISITE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I. Grade 11.
Students will be studying the Panduit Networking curriculum designed by Cisco. This course covers wiring and how networks work. This class will give the students the skills to wire a network and set up wireless networks. Membership and participation in SkillsUSA or Business Professionals of America, professional-technical student organizations, is encouraged. Tech-Prep college credit is available.
 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY III (Network Basics/CCNA 1/2, Programming Fundamentals):
TI0557
YEAR. TWO PERIODS/FOUR CREDITS. PREREQUISITE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II. Grade 12.
Students will learn about Visual Basic. Programming is an integral part of the computing experience. Programmers are in high demand and are sought around the world. This class teaches the basics of programming. Students, through hands-on activities are given opportunities which help them determine if they would like to go remain in this field and continue in a post-secondary program of instruction. Membership and participation in SkillsUSA or Business Professionals of America, professional-technical student organizations, is encouraged. Tech-Prep college credit is available.
 
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