The Information Technology (AOS) program at ITI Technical College begins with an introduction and overview of Information Systems Technology. In the course, the student will have an opportunity to become familiar with the scope of the Information Technology Industry and the software and hardware tools used in this fast-growing field. Students will be exposed to core courses in Mathematics review, PC Office Applications, Success Skills, and Introductory courses in Networking and Programming.
These courses will help the student decide which of the two specializations they would like to pursue. As the Information Technology industry has become more specialized or skilled, the graduates must be more specialized in their careers.
Students will gain practical experience as they participate in the design, setup, and maintenance of various Networking configurations in an up-to-date laboratory setting. The students will also be introduced to the Security/Backup issues as they relate to a Networking environment.
Students will take workplace communications classes as well as technical writing to help them effectively communicate. Elective courses will allow the Networking Specialty student to enhance their study with selected courses including Web Design & Applications, Visual Design, or Database Design. Programming Specialization: After completing six core courses, the students move into the programming specialty.
At this point, they will begin by taking Data Structures & Algorithms and then move on to Database design and Implementation. Students will then continue through Object Oriented Programming, Visual Design, Web Design, Database Administration, Web Applications, Database Development, Data-Aware Web Applications, and Advanced Applications Development.
Through these programming courses, students will have an opportunity to work with several popular software development tools such as C#, Visual Basic.Net, and ADO. Net, ASP. Net, HTML, and Microsoft SQL Server. Students will take workplace communications as well as technical writing to help them effectively communicate.
Elective courses will allow the Programming Specialty student to enhance their study with selected courses including A+ Hardware, Software & Operating Systems, Computer Networks, and Network Security.
Information Technology Technical School
Our Information Technology Technical School offers a unique educational experience for students interested in pursuing a career in information technology. We provide an intensive, hands-on approach to learning. Information Technology graduates are prepared to enter the workforce with the skills and knowledge they need to be successful.
We offer various courses covering the latest trends and technologies in information technology. Students can choose to focus on one area of interest, or take a generalist approach and learn about all aspects of information technology. Our curriculum is designed to allow students to gain the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in the workforce.
Our faculty are experts in their field and are dedicated to providing our students with the best possible education. They are committed to helping our students succeed in their chosen career paths.
Information Technology Job Description
Information Technology professionals are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of computer systems and networks. They may also be responsible for training users on how to use new software or hardware. Sometimes, they may also be responsible for developing new applications or systems.
There are many different types of information technology jobs available today. Some of the most popular include
- Computer support specialist
- Database administrator
- Computer systems analyst
- Network administrator
- Computer programmer
Each of these IT jobs requires a different set of skills and knowledge. However, all of them are important in keeping businesses running smoothly. Computer support specialists provide help to users with their computing needs. Database administrators manage and store data for companies. Computer systems analysts assess an organization’s current computing needs and recommend solutions. Network administrators manage and maintain networks. Computer programmers write codes that help businesses run their applications.
We are proud to offer a wide range of programs in various fields including Information Technology (AOS). Our goal is to provide our students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their chosen career paths. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about our programs and how we can help you reach your goals.
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