• COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 1 - CB1210 (Students will be transported to Wilco Career Center)

    Length of Course: 

    One Year 

    Credit: 

    2.5 Credits

    Grade Placement: 

    12

    Prerequisite:

    Appropriate orientation courses and career interest

    State Code:

    10252A001                     

    Course Description: This one year course is made up of the following components, which allow the student to receive eleven (11) college credits from Joliet Junior College.

     

    Computing Information Systems Fundamentals: This course provides hands-on instruction in theory and practice in the areas of setup, maintenance, software and hardware installation, troubleshooting, circuitry, system configuration, and repair of personal computers. Advanced students will receive instruction on installing and servicing a network, repairing/replacing faulty mechanical and electronic parts. Students will have the opportunity to learn the prerequisite skills necessary to become A+ certified. A+ is an industry standard designation for competency. Students in this course are dual enrolled with JJC: CIS122 (4 credit hours).

     

    Data Communications and Networking: This course provides hands-on instruction in theory and practice in the areas of setup, maintenance, software and hardware installation, troubleshooting, circuitry, system configuration, and repair of personal computers. Advanced students will receive instruction on installing and servicing a network, repairing/replacing faulty mechanical and electronic parts. Students will have the opportunity to learn the prerequisite skills necessary to become A+ certified. A+ is an industry standard designation for competency. Students in this course are dual enrolled with JJC: CIS145 (3 credit hours).

     

    A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC: This course provides hands-on instruction in theory and practice in the areas of setup, maintenance, software and hardware installation, troubleshooting, circuitry, system configuration, and repair of personal computers. Advanced students will receive instruction on installing and servicing a network, repairing/replacing faulty mechanical and electronic parts. Students will have the opportunity to learn the prerequisite skills necessary to become A+ certified. A+ is an industry standard designation for competency. Students in this course are dual enrolled with JJC: CIS275 (4 credit hours).  Guidance Notes: Weekly assignments, projects, and quiz. Heavy reading and lecture format.