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Network Support Services
The purpose of the Network Support Services program is to prepare you for employment in network administration as network support specialists or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in this occupation.
This Network Support Services training program prepares you to create, monitor, and maintain computer networks and operate computers and peripheral equipment. Our curriculum is approved by the Cisco Networking Academy.
Laboratory activities are an integral per of the Network Support Services training program and with computers/network management, maintenance, and configuration including:
- Network interface cards
- Routers, switches, hubs
Network Support Services students complete the Cisco Networking Academy Curriculum in preparation for the CCNA exam and the A+ competencies in preparation for CompTIA's A+ exam.
After successfully completing this Network Support Services program, you will be able to perform network support activities. You will also have developed skills in:
- Computer Literacy
- Business Fundamentals
- Microsoft Office
- Installation and Configuration Activities
- Hardware and Software Troubleshooting
- Network Configuration
- Computer User Support
- Employability Skills and Portfolios
- A+ Certification Training
- CCNA Training
The Game Simulation/Animation Programming program prepares students in game simulation conceptualization, design, storyboarding, animation, development methods, and essential programming techniques.
Upon completion of the Game Simulation/Animation/Programmer program you can be employed in any of the following positions:
- Software Developer
McFatter Technical Center's Web Development program prepares you to work with operating system commands, web document development, web page design, promotion, and scripting.
Upon completion of the Web Development program you can be employed as a web designer. You will become proficient in the use of Adobe Dreamweaver and the use of Java Script.
Java Development Programming
This program prepares students to work as a computer programmer and a Java Developer. Students learn the fundamentals of programming and software development.
Applied Cybersecurity is a hands-on program that will give students real world security scenarios. Students will learn to protect computers from hackers, secure wireless networks, protect computers from malware and identify security threats. Students will also learn how to secure residential, business computers, and fill the demand at public and private companies to address Internet security concerns in today's world. Students will prepare for security+ and CISSP nationally recognized security industry certifications.
Applied Information Technology
The Applied Information Technology course covers the study, design, development, application, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems. The responsibilities of those working in the field include network administration, software development and installation, and the planning and management of an organization's technology life cycle, by which hardware and software is maintained, upgraded, and replaced.