Emily DaLuz - Instructor
Grade 11 -12. AM and PM sessions offered
Why take this course?
- Assemble a computer from scratch
- Install, configure, and troubleshoot hardware, software, operating systems, peripherals, networks, and servers
- Employ a multifaceted approach to cybersecurity
- Demonstrate the communication and employability skills to obtain employment and thrive in a professional environment
From building a computer from scratch to ethically hacking into a network to reveal cybersecurity vulnerabilities, the Information Technology pathway will demystify this rapidly evolving industry. With a continual focus on safety, cybersecurity, and ethical work practices, students will learn the foundation for ensuring an organization’s technological equipment is running smoothly, including the maintenance and troubleshooting of hardware, operating systems, software, peripherals, networks and servers. High level customer service, communication, and real-world problem solving skills will be challenged in an immersive work-based environment with increasingly technical and collaborative projects that challenge students to think critically and design solutions to meet customer needs. The pathway culminates in a practicum, allowing students the opportunity to work within industry or on a student-led capstone project.
Credits and certifications
.5 Physical science
This class provides preparation for the certifications listed.
ETA - Customer Service Specialist
College credit available
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