Computer Repair and Networking

Computer Repair and Networking provides students with the skills they need to succeed in a computer-related and/or computer- controlled career, using high-tech, cutting-edge equipment, laboratory assignments, training software, and both printed and online curriculum. Students work at a scheduled pace and are encouraged to accelerate to their ability, while preparing for success earning industry certifications that lead to job opportunities and career advancement. Students must have the ability to work with customers; work safely with tools and meters; solve complex electronics problems; read and understand technical manuals, articles, etc.; and search, download, and install software from the Internet.

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Employment Opportunities

  • IS Technician
  • Network Technician
  • Phone Company Technician
  • Computer Repair Technician

Certifications Available

  • IC3 - Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, Living Online (Certiport)
  • A+ - Essentials & Practical Applications (Pearson VUE)
  • Network+ (Pearson VUE)
  • Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (Pearson VUE)
  • Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services (Pearson VUE)
  • Administering Windows Server 2012 (Pearson VUE)
  • TestOut PC Pro Certification (TestOut)
  • Network+ Network Technician (CompTIA Network+ N10-005)
  • A+ Computer Repair Technician (CompTIA A+ 220-801 and 220-802)
  • Career Readiness Certificate
  • Brainbench - Computer Fundamentals, Information Technology Terminology, Technical Help Desk, Computer Technical Support, MS Windows Administration, Networking Concepts, Network Technical support, MS Windows Desktop Administration

Salary Range

Up to $40,000/year

Degree Requirements

Career Major

Major Requirements

PC Support Technician (First Year High School Juniors or Seniors)
Total Hours 480
Required Courses Hours
Fundamentals of Technology 120
Computer Repair and Troubleshooting I 120
Computer Repair and Troubleshooting II 120
Career Major Capstone 120
Network PC Support Specialist (First Year Half-Day Post-Secondary Students)
Total Hours 630
Required Courses Hours
Fundamentals of Technology 120
Computer Repair and Troubleshooting I 120
Computer Repair and Troubleshooting II 120
Network and Routing Fundamentals 150
Career Major Capstone 120
Desktop Support Technician
Total Hours 870
Required Courses Hours
Fundamentals of Technology 120
Computer Repair and Troubleshooting I 120
Computer Repair and Troubleshooting II 120
Network and Routing Fundamentals 150
Network/Client Operating Systems 120
Installing and Maintaining Desktop Applications 120
Career Major Capstone 120
Microsoft Windows Server Administration
Total Hours 960
Required Courses Hours
Windows Operating System Fundamentals 120
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals 120
Network Fundamentals 120
Active Directory Infrastructure 120
Network Management 120
Server Operating Systems 120
Security Fundamentals 120
Career Major Capstone 120

Burns Flat

For more information, call Jim Vanderford at 580-562-3181, ext. 258, or email [email protected].