Michelle Armstrong440 North Broad Street
2nd Floor, Portal C
Philadelphia, PA 19130
In all Information Technology (IT) programs, students gain the skills to earn an industry certification allowing them to directly enter the job market after graduation. They also have the opportunity to obtain college credits (up to 11) while attending high school. The credits can be applied when a student successfully graduates from high school and enters college.
The program focuses on the design, implementation, and management of linked systems of computers, peripherals, and associated software. It includes instruction in operating systems and applications; installing new hardware and software systems or components; identifying the causes of networking problems; using diagnostic testing software and equipment; and troubleshooting.
Industry certifications available: Microsoft Technology Associate(MTA)
Computer Support Technology
The program prepares students with the technical skills to support various users of computer systems. It includes instruction in basic computer design and architecture, problem diagnosis, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of computers and computer-related software applications.
Industry certifications available: CompTIA Fundamentals
Industry certifications available: Certified Internet Web professional (CIW)
This program prepares individuals to apply knowledge and skills in the engineering field. Instruction includes, but is not limited to safety, ethics, power, problem solving, teamwork, engineering graphics, automated systems, fundamental electronics, manufacturing systems as well as adhering to the STEM initiative.
Industry certifications available: AutoDesk
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440 North Broad Street 2nd Floor, Portal C - Philadelphia, PA 19130
Phone: 215-400-4130 Fax: 215-400-4232