Students earn ASD academic credit in math. College credit with Kenai Peninsula College and University of Alaska Anchorage possible.
1 semester. May be taken 2 times with a grade of “C” or better to advance.
Prerequisite: Type 30 wpm. Good math skills necessary.
Grade level 11-12.
The Computer Information Technology program gives students the opportunity to develop a broad range of computer skills. The first semester program provides an integrated approach to attainment of the nationally recognized certification known as A+ Certification which incorporates maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing computer hardware and software.
Second semester students will explore various hardware and software topics such as Net+ Certification (a nationally recognized certification in networking fundamentals), HTML and web design, and beginning programming. Independent studies can be explored with instructor’s approval. Second semester students should be able to work independently and be self-motivated to achieve their course goals.
Computer Information Technology has a Tech Prep agreement with UAA for students to earn college credits.