What is taught in Information Technology classes?
Information Technology classes at the CLC prepare students to earn industry certificates in Cyber Security, Linux and Computer Maintenance & Repair, making them immediately employable. Students learn the nuts and bolts of computing as they build, maintain and reverse engineer computers-- all while building the skills necessary to defend systems against cyber-attacks. IT classes at the CLC endow students with rare skills and knowledge that will prove critical in any career sector.
What is Information Technology?
Information Technology (IT) covers a wide range of skills that are essential for working in the field of technology and computer systems. The specific skills taught can vary depending on the level of the course and its focus. The IT classes at the CLC provide students with a strong foundation in technology and equip them with practical skills necessary for a variety of roles within the IT industry, including system administrators, network engineers, software developers, data analysts, and more.
- Computer Fundamentals
- Programming and Coding
- Familiarity with different operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux/Unix)
- IT Support and Troubleshooting
- cCoud computing concept
- IT Project Management
- IT Ethics and Professionalism:
- Data Analysis and Visualization
- IT Trends and Emerging Technologies
Careers in Information Technology?
- Software Developer/Engineer
- Web Developer
- Network Engineer/Administrator
- Cybersecurity Analyst/Consultant
- Database Administrator
- Cloud Architect/Engineer
- Data Analyst/Scientist
- Systems Administrator
- IT Support Specialist/Technician
- Machine Learning Engineer
- Business Analyst
- Quality Assurance Tester