Curriculum Objective: (16 weeks)
- IT Support Technician
- Computer Technician
- IT Help Desk Technician
- Network Field Service Technician
- Computer Equipment Specialist
- Network Technician
- Fiber and Hardware Technician
This program prepares the student to become A+ Certified and work as entry level PC Technicians, Help Desk and Field Service Technician. After the completion of this course, students will have the ability to design and build the complete computer hardware system as well as upgrade and troubleshoot existing systems. In addition to the computer hardware aspect of the course, students will learn the Microsoft Server and Workstation enabling them to perform Network Administration.
CST 101 Introduction to Computer Technology
This is an introductory course for all students entering Computer Systems Technology programs. Students will learn the basics of computer care and operation, basic terminology, and the basics of the disk operating system. Students will receive extensive training in all aspects of Windows operations. Prerequisite: None
CST 102 Computer Systems Hardware Installation and Configuration
This course is designed to give the student the necessary hands-on training in assembly, installation, and configuration, backing up of PCs, and troubleshooting the entire system. Students will learn to build systems and to add and install hardware components such as hard drives, CD ROMs, modems, sound cards and various other hardware. Prerequisite: AM 101
CN 201 Windows 8 Configuring (Prerequisite: AM 101)
Students will be trained in a foundation for information technology (IT) professionals who need to design, plan, implement, and support Windows XP Professional.
CN 202 Windows Server 2012 Network Infrastructure (Prerequisite: CN 201)
This course provides the students with a solid foundation on important setup instructions that describe the hardware and software requirements to complete the procedures in this course. It will also cover NTFS, IIS, Printing issues, remote assistance, and recovery.
CN 203 Implementing Microsoft Server 2012 Network Infrastructure
Set up client and server computers. Manage data storage, shared resources, and permissions. Install Internet Information Services. IP routing, ASR.
CN 204 Administering Security in a Microsoft 2012 Network
This course provides the student with understanding of security needs of a company, and where and what security measure can be implemented to stop critical data loss or compromise. It uses technologies as IPSec, GPO, SSL, PKI, Digital Signatures, and permissions. Prerequisite: None
Skills you will Learn
- Hardware Installation
- Micosoft Server
- Server Security
CD 101 Career Development
The purpose of this course is to teach the student skills to enable them to acquire a position leading to a substantial career. Students will learn: Interviewing Skills, Conducting the Successful Job Search, Discovering the Hidden Job Market, Preparing Resumes and Cover Letters as well as mock interviews. Prerequisite: None