Computer Systems & Information Technology – Dual

Computer Systems & Information Technology prepares students for initial employment as computer technicians. 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. Students earn Advanced Placement credit in this program.

Next Start Date: August 2020


High school student admittance is based on current academic course history,
grade point average, FSA scores, attendance record and faculty recommendation.

CSIT Teaches:

  • Computer Systems Technician
  • Computer Network Technician
  • Computer Networking Specialist
  • Computer Security Technician

Industry Certifications Offered in this Program


Workforce Accepted (Non-Articulated):

  • Cisco IT Essentials Certificate

Program Length:

6 Credits



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ONET Government occupation information

  • Federal CIP Code: 47.0104
  • Program Number: Y100200

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