This course presents an in-depth exposure to computer hardware and operating systems.  Students will learn the functions of hardware and software components as well as best practices within computer maintenance and troubleshooting issues.  Class activities include assembling a computer, installing operating systems and software, and configuring networking issues.  This course is designed to prepare students for industry certification opportunities.

Grades 10 - 12  (Full Year, 1 Credit)

Basic programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed. Careers in programming are explored and students are provided with opportunities to increase their communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills. Business projects are used to show how programming skills are used in the business world.

Basic programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed. Careers in programming are explored and students are provided with opportunities to increase their communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills. Business projects are used to show how programming skills are used in the business world.

Basic programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed. Careers in programming are explored and students are provided with opportunities to increase their communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills. Business projects are used to show how programming skills are used in the business world.

Grades 10 - 12 (1/2 Credit, Semester Course)