Microcomputer Technical Support Certificate
The microcomputer technical support vocational certificate is designed to provide an entry-level set of competencies that will allow the recipient to quickly perform satisfactorily in computer system help desk environment. This 6-course sequence will expose the student to significant aspects of computer hardware, computer networks and interconnection computer software, as well as interpersonal skills. Lectures will provide a theoretical foundation of microcomputer performance while a variety of laboratory projects will offer experience in system organization, interconnection and troubleshooting.
Suggested/Sample Course Sequence
The sequence taken by the student may vary depending on prerequisites, course availability, and personal/ professional responsibilities.
(Major Code 4980; State CIP Code 47.0104)
|ELEC 126||Microcomputer A+ Preparation||4|
|CPCA 128||PC Applications: MS Office||3|
|ELEC 185||LAN Cabling and Installation||3|
|IT 205||Implementing Windows Client||3|
|ELEC 250||Microcomputer Maintenance*||3|
|BUS 225||Human Relations||3|
|or SPD 125||Personal Communication|
Total Program Hours: 19