Accredited Programs

 


BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY

In-Classroom Training
The Business and Industry Technology Program is designed to meet the needs of business, industry, and government agencies for individuals possessing knowledge and skills in the areas of desktop computing, computer systems repair, networking, wireless technology, and project management.

Comprehensive instruction fully prepares graduates to sit for the following vendor certification exams: Project Management Professional, CIW – Internet Business Associate, A+ 220-901, Network+, Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Core Solutions, and Certified Wireless Technology Specialist.

Occupational Objectives: Manager, Business Office Technologies; Administrative Support Technician.

CODE

COURSE

CLOCK HOURS

BOK21

Project Management Professional (PMP)

40

CAP16

Microsoft Office 2016

40

COM11

A+ 220-901

40

COM13

A+ 220-902

40

COM24

Network+

40

COM35

Linux+

40

ITP33

CWTS – Wireless Technology

40

PM23

Project Time & Cost Management

40

TOTAL CLOCK HOURS

320

 

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

BOK21 – PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  None

This course is an introduction to project management and includes management fundamentals, scope, time management, estimating costs, quality standards, risk management, team communications, contracts and procurement, coordination, and the process.

 

CAP16 – MICROSOFT OFFICE 2016

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  None

Students will be taught the major features, from basic to advanced, of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook 2016.

 

COM11 – A+ 220-901

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  None

Students are taught about computer hardware components and about how to install, use, and manage Windows operating systems; and, to configure and troubleshoot peripherals, computers, and printers.  They are also instructed in security and network fundamentals, operational procedures, and preventive maintenance.

 

COM13 – A+ 220-902

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  None

Students are taught about computer hardware components and about how to install, use, and manage Windows operating systems; and, to configure and troubleshoot peripherals, computers, and printers. They are also instructed in security and network fundamentals, operational procedures, and preventive maintenance.

 

COM24 – NETWORK+

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  COM11

Students learn network fundamentals, network components, devices and protocols.  They also study wide-area and wireless networks, network addressing, routing, monitoring, troubleshooting, and security.

 

COM35 – Linux+

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  None

Students will review the basic system architecture, installation, and management; understand commands, devices, and file systems; utilize shells, scripting, and data management techniques; and navigate user interfaces, desktops, and essential system services.

 

ITP33 – CWTS/WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  COM24

Students gain the knowledge and skillset of IT sales and support professionals on the basics of Enterprise 802.11 wireless networks.

 

PM23 – PROJECT TIME AND COST MANAGEMENT

40 Hours

Prerequisite:  BOK21

This course covers the concepts of scope, time and cost management. This includes in-depth methods and techniques for accurately estimating project needs and completing work on time, within budget, and according to specifications.


If you’re interested in more accredited programs, then you might also benefit from our online Business Office Information Systems (BOIS) training program!