Computer/IT Linked Classes 

(Computer, Drafting, and Advanced Manufacturing)

 

ARCHITECTURAL ILLUSTRATION

ARCE 1021 Note: Textbook is required.

This course focuses on architectural illustration and rendering techniques. It emphasizes architectural structures in 3-D or pictorially either by hand or computer software. (ARCE 1421)

CEUs 9.6      HRS: 96

 

BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

POFI 1001   Note:  Textbook required

This course discusses computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems, and information systems relating to the business environment. The main focus of this course is on business application of software, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and business-oriented utilization of the Internet. (BCIS 1305)

 

BASIC COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING

DFTG 1009 Note: Textbook is required.. Additional fees may apply for online and hybrid classes.

This course is an introduction to computer-aided drafting with an emphasis on setup, creating and modifying geometry; storing and retrieving predefined shapes; placing, rotating, and scaling objects, adding text and dimensions, using layers coordinate systems, and plot/print to scale. (DFTG 1409)

CEUs 9.6           HRS: 96

 

INTERNET/WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT

ITSC 1019  Note: Textbook is required.

This course includes instruction in the use of Internet concepts and the introduction to Web page design and website development. It is an introduction to designing and publishing Web documents. It includes basic markup language, hyperlinks, tables, frames, images, forms and an exploration of tools available for creating and editing Web documents. Additional distance learning fees for online or hybrid classes will be assessed at time of payment. (ITSC 1319)

CEUs 6.4 HRS: 64

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES

ITNW 1025 - Prerequisite: ISC 1305 or Department Chair Approval   Note: Textbook required, flash drive required. Additional Distance learning fees for online or hybrid courses will be assessed at time of payments.

Learn networking essential concepts and implementation; network protocols, transmission media; hardware and software; how to connect servers and clients in a network. (ITNW 1325)

CEUs 9.6    HRS: 96

 

INFORMATION TECH SECURITY

ITSY 1042 - Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Networking or Cisco Expl1 NW Fundamentals. Note: Textbook is required; flash drive is required. This course provides instruction in security for network hardware, software and data, including physical security; backup procedures; relevant tools, encryption; and protection from viruses. (ITSY 1342)

CEUs 6.4           HRS: 64 50122

 

PARAMETRIC MODELING AND DESIGN

DFTG 1045 - Prerequisite: DFTG 1409 or DFTG 1413 or department chair approval. Note: Textbook is required.

This course offers training with a parametric-basic software for 3D design and drafting. (DFTG 1445)

CEUs 9.6        HRS: 96

 

PERSONAL COMPUTER HARDWARE

ISTC 1025  Prerequisite: ITSC 1305 or department chair approval Note: Textbook is required.

This course is a study of current personal computer hardware, including personal computer assembly and upgrading, setup and configuration, and troubleshooting. Major topics include an overview of the computer system, installing and configuring hardware and software, troubleshooting hardware and software problems, management of the computer’s resources, (including hard drive space and memory), data storage on hard drives, data recovery methods and installing peripheral equipment. (ITSC 1325)

CEUs 6.4      HRS: 64

 

PROGRAMMING LOGIC & DESIGN

ITSE 1029 - Prerequisite: None, Note: Textbook is required, flash drive is required.

Take a disciplined approach to problem solving with techniques and algorithms using design tools such as charts and pseudo code. (ITSE 1329)

CEUs 9.6        HRS: 96

 

TECHNICAL DRAFTING

DFTG 1005 - Prerequisite: None Note: Textbook is required.

This course is an introduction to the principles of drafting to include terminology and fundamentals, including size and shape descriptions, projections methods, geometric construction, sections, auxiliary views. (DFTG 1305)

CEUs 9.6      HRS: 96

 

INTEGRATED SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

ITSC 1009 Note:  Textbook required, flash drive recommended

A study of the integration of applications from popular business productivity software suites.  Instruction in embedding data, linking and combining documents using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and/or presentation media software is presented. Fundamentals of personal computer operations and the Windows operating system will be covered. (ITSC 1309)

CEUs   6.4  HRS: 64

 

INTRO TO PC OPERATING SYSTEMS

ITSC 1046  Prerequisite: Basic computer skills   Note: Textbook required, flash drive required

CEUs 6.4   HRS: 64

This course covers a study of personal computer operating systems. Topics include installation and configuration, file management, memory and storage management, control of peripheral devices and use of utilities. Operating systems covered include DOS, Windows and UNIX.  (ITSC 1305)

 

PERSONAL COMPUTER HELP DESK

ITSC 2039   Prerequisite: ITSC 2331 Intergrated Software Applications II or Department Chair Approval

Note: Textbook is required, flashdrive is reccommended.

CEUs 6.4   HRS: 64

Diagnosis and solution of user hardware and software related problems with on-the-job and /or simulated projects. (ITSC 2339)

 

OPERATING SYSTEMS SECURITY

ITSY 1342  Prerequisite: ITSY 1342  Note: Textbook required, flash drive required.

CEUs 6.4   HRS: 64

This course provides instruction in safeguarding computer operating systems by demonstrating server support skills and designing and implementing a security system. The student is taught to identify security threats, monitor network security implementations, and use best practices to configure operating systems to industry standards.  (ITSY 2300)

 

INTRO TO VISUAL BASIC  PROGRAMMING

ITSC 1031  Prerequisite: ITSE 1329 or department chair approval   Note: Textbook required.  Additional distance learning fees for online or hybrid courses will be assessed at the time of payment.

CEUs 6.4   HRS: 64

Learn fundamentals of structured design, development, and documentation, language syntax, data structures, input/output devices, loop controls, and interactive screen processing. (ITSE 1331)

 

INTO TO C++ PROGRAMMING

ITSE 1007   Prerequisite: Department Chair Approval or ITSE 1303    Note: Textbook required.

CEUs 8.0   HRS: 80

Learn structured design, development, testing and implementation; syntax; data and file structures; coding; testing; and debugging. (ITSE 1307)

 

CISCO EXPLORATION I - NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS

ITCC 1001 Prerequisite: ITSC 1305 or department chair approval Note: Textbook required, flash drive required

This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet.  It describes the use of OSI and TCP layered modules to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the applications, network, data link, and physical layers.  It covers the principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations.  The students will build simple LAN topologies by applying basic principles of cabling; performing basic configurations of network devices, including routers and switches, and implementing IP addressing schemes. (ITCC 1401)

CEUs 6.4     HRS: 64

 

CISCO  EXPLORATION 2 - LAN ROUTING PROTOCOLS

Prerequisite:  Cisco Exploration 1.  Note:  Textbook required.
Learn architecture, operation of routers, and routing protocols; analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF.  (ITCC 1404)

CEUs  6.4     HRS: 64

 

CISCO EXPLORATION 3 - LAN SWITCHING & WIRELESS

Learn how switches operate in a LAN environment for small and large networks; VLAN, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol, VLAN Trunking Protocol. (ITCC 2408)

CEUs 6.4     HRS: 64