Length: 3 quarters of a year
Open to: Adults
Course Hours: 900
Have you always dreamed of working on computers? Do you enjoy figuring out how things work? If you answered yes to either of these questions then our Computer Technology Program could be right for you. Click on the link below to read about some of the common personality traits of the Computer Systems Technician:
Computer Systems & Information Technology prepares students for initial employment as a computer technician. Computer technicians maintain, troubleshoot, build, and upgrade computers. The course also teaches networking skills including how to install and maintain a network with an emphasis on network certification. Students will also study Network security, and how to protect computer data. Theory and a “hands-on” approach is used to give the students a well-rounded knowledge of computers.
The Computer Systems & Information Technology program is a 900 hour course and takes approximately 3 quarters of a school year to complete. Students receive a State of Florida Adult Certificate of Completion upon graduation.
Students will then either move on to employment in the field or may continue their education at a community college and apply 12 credit hours towards an Associate’s degree in Computer Engineering Technology.
Industry Certifications Exams available to enrolled students include:
- Comptia A+
- Comptia Network+
- Comptia Security+
Occupational Completion points taught in the Computer Systems Technology Program include:
- OCP A Computer Systems Technician
- OCP B Computer Networking Technician
- OCP C Computer Networking Specialist
- OCP D Computer Security Technician
Computer Systems & Information Technology Federal CIP Code: 0511090107
To apply to this program please read through the admissions process and instructions on this page:
The O*NET program is the primary source of occupational information. It has detailed descriptions of careers this program may lead to for you.