Designed to make students computer literate. Non-technical introduction to computers with particular focus on microcomputers and how they work. Students are introduced to the Windows operating system, word processing, spreadsheets, graphics programs, databases, programming, and ethical issues in computer use.
Learn about the tasks involved in various information technology (IT) job roles, and explore career opportunities in the IT industry. Explore Internet connection methods, Internet protocols, the Domain Name System (DNS), cloud computing, and mobile devices.
The Network Technology Associate course teaches essential networking technologies and skills, including TCP/IP, stable network creation, wireless networking, mobile devices, and network troubleshooting. Students learn to use various network components, and protocols that enable users to share data quickly and easily.
Learn to develop websites using Hypertext Markup Language version 5 (HTML 5) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), including writing code manually, as well as using graphical user interface (GUI) authoring tools. Also learn how to insert images, create hyperlinks, and add tables, forms, video, and audio to web pages.