INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY offers the opportunity to:
• learn computer networking and repair.
• operate and maintain the classroom local area network (LAN).
• earn industry certification, academic and college credit.
The 21st Century brings with it a huge demand for technically proficient specialists. These specialists need technical expertise to design, implement, and support the technology that exists in business and industry. Students in the IT program will combine classroom training with in-class projects utilizing both current and legacy hardware and software from major IT companies. Test labs are used frequently to simulate local area network environments. Through a partnership with CompTIA, students are eligible to purchase discounted exam vouchers for technical certifications such as A+ and Network+, which serve as the basis for the first-year curriculum. Second-year students typically focus on advanced-level training from Microsoft and/or Linux. Co-op is also an option for most second-year students.
Information Technology Staff: