IT/Networking & Cyber Security Career Academy
The Networking for Systems and Security academy provides students with fundamental skills in planning, installing, and maintaining organizations’ computer networks.
Students will learn to troubleshoot both hardware and software, analyze problems, provide support for users, and monitor network resources. Students completing the Networking for Systems and Security academy will have the knowledge to earn industry-recognized certifications, such as CCENT, CompTIA’s A+ and CompTIA’s Network +, and MTA’s Operating System, and Server Certifications.
IT/Networking & Cyber Security
During High School
Term 1: Fall, senior year of high school, 8 credits
- NET:167 Computer Systems and Troubleshooting, 4 credits
- NET:303 Windows Workstation Operating Systems, 3 credits
- NET:679 TCP/IP Subnetting, 1 credit
Term 2: Spring, senior year of high school, 7 credits
- CIS:189 Python, 3 credits
- NET:159 CISCO Packet Tracer, 1 credit
- NET:166 Applied Computer Security, 3 credits
Award: IT/Networking for Systems & Security Certificate (15 Credits)
Careers in Information Technology
Now more than ever, computers and technology play a key role in our lives. From powering business and industry to keeping families close, we depend on computers for nearly every aspect of our day-to-day routines. Of course, trained Information Technology professionals are the ones who help make it all possible.
Whether you want to specialize in programming, cybersecurity, networking, web development, gaming, or augmented and virtual reality, we have a program that will launch you into a successful career. Choose from programs in:
For more information, contact our high school team.
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- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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