Information Technology II


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The primary focus of the Information Technology II course is on complex networking concepts:
Networking architecture (Designing and implementing networks)
Programming routers, switches, and network security appliances
Managing Windows and Linux servers
Hardware and server virtualization
Cyber security, physical security, social engineering, and intrusion prevention

Ambitious and motivated students will have the opportunity to invest in independent projects in areas related to technology, or take additional online tech related courses such as CyberSecurity, Ethical Hacking, PenTesting, Intro to Linux, Programming, Game Development and more. (some courses may award additional college credits and/or scholarships)

 

Dual Enrollments and Certifications

High school elective credits- 3

CMCC- CPT 235 (Introduction to Networking) – 3 credits

Industry Certification: TestOut Networking Pro, CompTIA Network+

(Additional certifications are possible)

Requirements

Completion of IT1
High level reading, math, and logical comprehension skills.
Self-Motivation, great work ethic, and good attendance

Instructors

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Jon Dresser

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CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+

Details

This class meets on our Blue days.

It meets in-person from 7:45 am to 12:00.

It is a 3 period class.

You will earn 3 high school elective credits and 3 or more college credits.