Students learn the basic skills in computer operations needed for employment as entry-level computer support specialists in positions such as PC hardware technicians, or a computer technology specialists.
First semester coursework covers computer concepts, keyboarding, word processing, spreadsheets, multi-media presentations, and an introduction to operating systems. The second semester covers the fundamentals of system set-up, hardware assembly, maintenance and troubleshooting. The final semester introduces the student to the basics of network installation, configuration, administration, and maintenance. The program's ultimate goal is to prepare students to sit for industry certifications such as the A+ Hardware and Software exam and the Network+ exam. Only full-time day classes are available on the main campus.
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