NOTE: This program has been sunset. If you are currently enrolled in the program, you may complete your coursework according to the planned schedule of offerings that was emailed to you. We are no longer accepting applications for new students.
Get to know what's behind the computer screen so you can determine problems and apply solutions to all aspects of computers - from the parts and hardware, to software and networks. Stay up to date, explore specialty areas such as A+ certification, and understand the way a Help Desk should function to support large and small organizations.
*Duration times can vary talk to your student success coach for more information.
Total Units 14 Units
Help Desk concepts, operation and support
PC hardware and architecture (A+ certification training)
Physical and virtual networks including hubs, routers, Ethernet, TCP/IP protocols (Network+ certification training)
Security concepts and procedures (Security+ certification training)
For an entry-level position, but it can also benefit anyone who wishes to build and support home or small business computers and networks.
High school education or equivalent
The program prepares participants to take industry certification exams such as:
A+ certified professionals
Network+ certified professionals
Security+ certified professionals
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