INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Information Technology trains students in the use and maintenance of computer systems in today’s hightech environment.

Students become proficient in computer repair, hardware and software maintenance, local area network setup and maintenance, client/server setup and maintenance, cyber-security, programming and web page design.

Areas of employment:

· Help Desk Technician · Programmer · Network Technician · Web Designer · Support Specialist 

Articulation Credits: Students in the Monty Tech Information Technology program may benefit from a number of articulation agreements with area colleges and universities, as listed below.

· CISCO Networking I · Computer Concepts · Computer Concepts with Applications · Computer Configuration and Hardware · Computer Hardware and Support · Computer Networks I · Computer Service and Repair · Internetworking · Introduction to Computer Networks · Introduction to Computer Systems · Introduction to Data Communications & Networks · Introduction to Information Technology · Introduction to Networking · Introduction to Operating Systems · Microcomputer Environment · Network Fundamentals · Network Workstation Administration · Networking Essentials · Networking I · Operating Systems · PC Hardware & Software · System Support- Hardware · Wireless Networking


Advanced cyber-security and programming training will be available.

In addition, during their senior year, Information Technology students will have the opportunity to receive instruction to prepare them to participate in the Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles exam.

Students who choose this opportunity will receive credit on their transcript that specifically acknowledges their participation in this program. Students will be eligible to take the AP exam in the spring of their senior year. A qualifying score of three (3) or better may earn the student college credit.