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Information Technology

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You will be introduced to the field of computers as a science. Along the way, we will explore how computers and the internet have changed our lives and society and discuss some of the ethical and social issues related to computing. You will learn how computers work internally and how they represent numbers and other data.

You will develop skills in analyzing problems and developing algorithms for solving them. Students will create, code, and customize digital/mobile applications using JavaScript, Python and  building block computer programming software in Microsoft and Google products are used in nearly all business environments. In this class, students learn how to use common business applications such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Gmail, and Google Docs. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn programming languages and tools.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of hardware components.
  • Employ quality assurance practices to create workable products.
  • Practice teamwork and problem solving skills.
  • Create websites and software applications.

Possibilities After Graduation

Classes in the pathway include: Digital Applications 1, Computer Applications 1, Game Design, Intro to Computer Science, Computer Programming - Independent Studies, Work Experience.

Career possibilities include: Operations Technicians, Electro-mechanical Technicians, Sales Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Computer Programmer, Project Engineer, Software Engineer, Game Designer, Cyber Security Analysis, Computer Network Architect, Hardware Designer, and Web Developer. 

Annual Salary Range: $30,000 - $120,000+

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