Business Administration, Finance & Information Technology (BIT)

IT Essentials 10 - 5 credits

Do you want to understand why computers operate the way they do? When a computer breaks, are you the first person your friends or family turn to for help? Are you considering a career in the Information Technology field? If so, then IT Essentials is for you! Our world increasingly relies on computers and there is a great need for people with the necessary skills to program and operate computers. IT Essentials introduces key concepts of data communications and the underlying theory of information technologies. A hands-on, project-based course, IT Essentials gives students experience and knowledge in hardware assembly, software installation, computer operations, and diagnostics.
Prerequisite: None

IT Essentials 20 - 5 credits

Building on knowledge attained previously, senior IT Essentials classes immerse students in hands-on tasks for further develop their skill set and knowledge.
Prerequisite: IT Essentials 10

IT Essentials 30 - 5 credits

Project-based and student-led, the topics this course focus on mastering skills for a career in IT support. Previous projects have focused on networking, virtualization, malware, software installation, and basic PC assembly/disassembly.
Prerequisite: IT Essentials 20

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