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CAREER OPTIONSComputer Information Managers, Systems Analysts, Network Architect, Information Security Analyst, Computer Operator, Hardware Engineer, Programmer, Network Support Specialist, Network Security
Median wages (2016) $65.29 hourly, $135,800 annual Projected growth (2014-2024) Faster than average (10% to 14%) (Sample for Computer Network/Information Sysems Manager) *Source: O-Net
Students in this program will have the opportunity to learn fundamental and advanced concepts in designing and maintaining computer networks. Students will gain hands-on skills in computer hardware and maintenance, operating systems and software, network technologies and devices, as well as security fundamentals.
The demand for careers within this field are growing fast, and the skills learned in this program are all essential for any entry level IT career. Obtaining these skills can give you the opportunity to achieve a career as a Desktop Support Specialist, Help Desk Support Technician, IT Support Specialist, IT Systems Administrator, or Network Engineer.
Courses of Study
Computer Troubleshooting, Repair and Maintenance
Operating System Software
Network Media and Topologies
Device and Network Security
CompTIA Network +
Students are responsible for:
Problem Solving and Troubleshooting Skills
Ability to work independently and in a team
Creative problem solving