CyberSecurity and Networking

Bringing the World Together Today-- In Touch with Tomorrow!

Today's world is connected by computers.  Professionals who can connect computers to the world -- and keep them running -- are in high demand.  As information technologies continue to explode, it is critical to provide security measures necessary for the computer industry and networking. The demand for computer technicians is expected to grow far greater than other technical occupations.

In this class, you'll learn everything from the basics of setting up and repairing computers, to connecting networks and the fast-growing, fast-paced world of cybersecurity.  You will also have opportunities to prepare and take multiple industry certifications that help graduates leave the class ready for their first job!


Kris Leach

Learn about:

  • Information technology
  • Computer operation
  • Hardware structure
  • Basic networking
  • Troubleshooting
  • Internet ethics

Potential Career Opportunities:

  • Information Tech Specialist
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Computer Support Specialist
  • Network Systems Technician
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Information Security Analyst

Student Organization:

  • Business Professionals of America

Course Syllabus:

  • To be provided

High School Credit Opportunities:

  • 3rd year Science (2nd year)
  • Final year Math
  • 2nd year World Language
  • Online Learning Experience

College Credit Opportunities:

  • CIS 220 Computer Technician Essentials (3)
  • CIS 240 Introduction to Networking (3)
  • CIS 245 Network Security (3)

Certifications Available:

This class offers multiple certification opportunities. See instructor for more details.