PC Servicing and Networking 1 & 2

Course Description

Credit 2.0/year Grades 10 - 11 - 12
Recommended courses: 2 years of English, Math and Science.

The PC Servicing & Networking course is designed for students who have an interest in computers, networking and the Internet. We explore the inner components of your computer, the software and operating systems that run them and connections that bind them. We discuss the latest trends in the ever-changing technologically-infused world and prepare for them. Students who take this course will learn how computers operate, as well as how to trouble-shoot, repair, upgrade and maintain them. Students will also learn basic computer networking skills including how computer networks operate, how to properly connect and configure networks and the Internet operates globally. Computer networking is a growing field with great opportunities for growth and advancement. Students completing this one-year course will have the skills necessary to attain an entry-level position in the information technology industry. Students will also be prepared to industry recognized certification exams from CompTIA.

College credit can be earned with a “B” average in this course.

Note: Successful completion of this course fulfills the high school graduation requirement for a credit in Visual, Performing or Applied Arts.

Externship eligible program.