Courses Offered:

IT Launch

This course offers a broad exposure to the variety of pathways students could focus on within IT. Students experience the work of an IT professional first hand as they build a system from the ground up. This course is fit for any student that has an interest in the field of IT. No prior coursework is required for IT Launch.

IT Infrastructure

Students gain an industry standard curriculum focused on hardware, networks, and security.

Mobile App Development

This course introduces development of applications for mobile devices. Students explore web programming, native device programming, and database interaction. Students construct and evaluate multiple applications for mobile devices. 

JavaScript

Students are introduced to client-side scripting along with constructing and evaluating various client-side interactions. Students explore HTML and CSS, dynamic client-side scripting using JavaScript, client-side error checking validation, and asynchronous server interaction. Students construct and evaluate various client-side interactions.

AP Computer Science

Introductory college level course built around the development of computer programs that correctly solve a given problem. 

It pays to pursue information technology careers. The median annual salary for computer support specialists is $48,900. Through specialization in network support, that average goes up by more than $10,000 per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Programmers and systems analysts stand to earn $74,280 and $79,680, respectively.