This lesson introduces you to the history of computers, different types of computers, and common components that makes up a computer. It also introduces you to the Windows Operating System and its components. Throughout the lesson, you will be exposed to various computer terminologies
This course provides the student with practical training in information technology related fields. With the assistance of the instructor-coordinator, the student is assigned to work under a supervisor in a government department or a private business firm in order to learn through actu
This course is designed to allow students to learn through active participation in organized services or projects that meet the needs of the community. The course is integrated into and enhances the academic curriculum. Unlike Internship, the Instructor Directed Practicum is entirely
This course covers hardware and software troubleshooting. It emphasizes the use of diagnostic utilities, information backup, basic equipment servicing, hardware repairs and upgrades as well as software upgrades, and implementation of new technology.
This course provides the tools and knowledge necessary to plan, design, and manage a web site. Students will learn web languages such as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheet (CSS). Other web utilities will be explored including popular Content Management Systems
This course continues with Visual Basic programming to write programs in a windows environment. It emphasizes programming custom user interfaces with menus and dialogue boxes, and explores object-oriented fundamentals and event-driven programming concepts, including work with object l
This course provides advanced software skills used in business-related applications. Continuing with the concepts and skills from IT 105, it provides advanced functions and applications in word processing, spreadsheets, and database management systems.
This course utilizes Visual Basic to introduce program development for business applications. It will emphasize structured programming principles, including internal and external program documentation. Implementation of objects and event-driven code will also be emphasized.
This course introduces the file management and data structures involved in the design, implementation, and use of a database management system. Topics include file organization, data structures, program development, and security of data in creating, maintaining, and accessing a databa