Students will utilize DOS commands from the Microsoft Windows command-line interface (CLI) to manipulate the operating system and its file system.

Students will evaluate and construct common DC and AC circuits. Students will construct, evaluate, and repair common digital circuits and devices which are used in computers. The student will examine the various components and test equipment used in digital electronics. Extensive hands-on application of
circuitry is stressed.

Students will analyze the hardware components of a personal computer and evaluate their relative industry standards in terms of features, performance, and cost. They will analyze and evaluate industry-standard operating systems and their relative software components in terms of features, performance, and cost. Students will perform installations and upgrades of hardware and software components of the PC and demonstrate preventive maintenance techniques on these components. They will interact with customers in order to troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning customer's PCs. Upon completion of the course students will be prepared to take the A+ essentials certification exam.

Students will examine the essentials of computer networking by comparing and contrasting industry-standard network models, topologies, cabling, protocols, and architectures.  They will design and construct computer networks using these models, topologies, cabling, protocols, and architectures.  Students will also analyze common preventive maintenance and security practices used in modern networks.  Upon completion of the course students will be prepared to take the Network+ certification exam.

Students will install, configure, and manage virtual servers using VMware vSphere. They will also install, configure, and manage SANs (Storage Area Networks). This course covers most aspects of server virtualization and draws its' examples from VMware vSphere. This hands-on training course explores installation, configuration, and management of VMware vSphere which consists of VMware ESXi and VMware vCenter Server

Students will examine the essentials of computer network security by analyzing and demonstrating the risks and threats to an organization's data and exploring the methods and technologies used to safeguard this data. Upon completion of the course students will be prepared to take the Security+ certification exam.

This course teaches you, through lectures, discussions, scenarios, demonstrations, lesson review questions, textbook exercises, and classroom labs, the skills and knowledge necessary to install, configure, and manage Windows Server 2012.
This course was developed for students entering the information technology (IT) profession, and it teaches the fundamentals of administering Windows Server 2012 systems. It is also designed to help individuals preparing to take Exam 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services.

Students will analyze and demonstrate the procedures required to install, configure, secure and troubleshoot Cisco switches and routers in an internetwork environment.They will examine and perform fundamental management tasks using the Cisco IOS software.Upon completion of the course students will be prepared to take the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) and/or the first Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification exams.

NET 282 Cisco Network Administration II continues working on the concepts introduced in NET 280 Cisco Network Administration II and delves into more detail on IP subnetting, Switch and Router Troubleshooting, and IP routing protocols.