Computer Support Technician
The Computer Support Technician Certificate program prepares students for entry-level employment in the computer field. Students will be taught the skills needed to prepare for the CompTIA A+ Certification Exam.
Coursework includes hardware components in personal and portable computers and peripherals, the structure and function of operating systems, and the skills to install, configure and maintain them. Additionally, students will get an introduction to networking technologies and develop knowledge of software in order to trouble-shoot computing problems. Students will design a career development strategy using field experience from an internship opportunity.
Gainful Employment Information
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I-BEST programs are presented with the support of additional teachers who provide basic skills instruction in order to strengthen English, reading, and writing skills to help students prepare for further academic advancement and a future career.
Students must meet the Assessment Test requirements for admissions.
|course # ||course title||credits|
|COR 101||Strategies for Success||1.0|
|ITC 102||Intro. to Computer Systems||3.0|
|MIC 101||Intro. to Computer Apps ||4.0|
|ITC 140||Intro. to Computer Hardware||5.0|
|ITC 134||Computer Operating Systems||5.0|
|COR 101||Employment Skills||3.0|
|BOS 103||Network Essentials||5.0|
|ITC 102||Helpdesk User Support||4.0|