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PMD – Project Management Discipline

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PMD – Project Management Discipline:

 

PROGRAM TITLE: PMD – Project Management Discipline                  ID #: 3443
PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Course Title Clock
Number Hours
PMD001 Project Management Tools & Techniques 200
(140 Lab)
PMD002 Microsoft Project 60
(30 Lab)
PMD003 Microsoft Visio 60
(30 Lab)
TOTAL: 320
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this program is to prepare the student with the appropriate skill set to function as an effective Project Manager in any field of choice.  At the end of the program the student should display an understanding of the concepts, tools and techniques of project management, and the appropriate knowledge base to sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or (CAPM®) certification exams.  Successful completion of any of these exams will qualify the student for a career position as a Project Manager, Project Coordinator, or Project Expediter in their chosen field or industry.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
This program provides students with hands-on interaction, role-playing, workshops, and case studies to enhance their skills and understanding of project management life cycle, tools and techniques.  The student will learn to use PM tools such as Microsoft Project and Visio, while learning the 9 project management knowledge area and 5 project management process groups.  Each course within the program is tailored to provide the student with a good grasp of the project management concept.  Upon completion of this program, the students will have the requirements for the certification process, to allow them to qualify for the PMP® and CAPM® exams.

 

DBM – Database Management/Administrator:

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DBM – Database Management/Administrator:

 

PROGRAM TITLE: DBM – Database Management/Administrator             ID #: 3443
PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Class Title Clock
Number Hours
DBM431 Implementation & Maintenance SQL Server 2005 Database 100
(50 Lab)
DBM442 Design SQL Server 2005 Database 100
(50 Lab)
DBM443 Administering & Automating SQL Server 2005 Database 60
(10 Lab)
DBM444 Troubleshoot and Optimizing Database Server 60
(10 Lab)
TOTAL: 320
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
The Certified Database Administrator credential is appropriate for individuals who derive physical database designs, develop logical data models, create physical databases, create data services by using Transact-SQL, manage and maintain databases, configure and manage security, monitor and optimize databases, and install and configure Microsoft SQL Server. This credential validates a unique set of skills that are required to succeed in a variety of job roles, such as database administrator, database analyst, and database developer.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
This program provides students with hands-on interaction, workshops, and case studies to enhance their skills and understanding of database designs, develop logical data models, create physical databases, create data services by using Transact-SQL, manage and maintain databases, configure and manage security, monitor and optimize databases, and install and configure Microsoft SQL Server.  The student will learn to configure Microsoft SQL server 2005.  Each course within the program is tailored to provide the student with a good grasp of the SQL Server.  Upon completion of this program, the students will have the requirements for the certification process, to allow them to sit the Microsoft MCDBA certification.

 

ITT – Introduction to Technology

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ITT – Introduction to Technology:

PROGRAM TITLE: ITT – Introduction to Technology                         ID #: 3443
PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Course Title Clock
Number Hours
DIT001 Discovering Information Technology 40
Students will learn the basic computer concepts and terminologies (20 Lab)
JOB001 Job Prep 40
Students learn how to apply for jobs using the Internet and other tools. This course prepares the students to apply for a job in their specific field. resume writing and Typing skill (20 Lab)
TOTAL: 80
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
Students acquire knowledge of basic computer knowledge; learn computer terminologies, history, and mythology.  This program is designed to help the students get a head start in understanding terminologies needed to apply for a job-using computer in their specific fields.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Students learn the basic terminologies; history and uses of a computer.  Using the internet and book, students learn techniques used to apply for job and the skill needed to learn how to type using the keyboard.

 

NSA – Network Security Administrator

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NSA – Network Security Administrator:

 

PROGRAM TITLE: NSA – Network Security Administrator                        ID #: 3443
PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Course Title Clock
Number Hours
NSA001 SOHO Telecommunication 40
Students learn how to secure a small office network (25 Lab)
NSA002 Security Implementation 40
Students learn how to install and configure security requirements (25 Lab)
NSA003 Ethical Hacking 40
Students learn how to prevent malicious problems from attacking a network (25 Lab)
NSA004 Linux + 40
Students learn the Linux operating system (25 Lab)
TOTAL: 160
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
After program is completed, the student will acknowledge and understand the theory of network security structure. Upon completion of Network Security Administrator programs, their ability will prepare them to sit for the Net +, Linux and CEH Certification exams. Completing the exam will allow them to apply for entry-level position in the Networking Security field.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Students will be assisted one-on-one with hands-on interaction to better prepare their skills set for the Networking Security Technology. Students will learn the theory of ethical hacking, telecommunication, and Linux platform administration. Each course is well defined to help the student build a knowledgebase and to help them complete the certification process, which should allow them to succeed in the Network Security Technology field.

 

WDT – Web & Graphics Design

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WDT – Web & Graphics Design Technology:

 

PROGRAM TITLE: WDT – Web & Graphics Design Technology        ID #: 3443
PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Course Title Clock
Number Hours
WDT001 Web Design Terminology 40
There’s a lot of terminology to learn. Fortunately, it can be categorized and broken down, which is where students start. (25 Lab)
WDT002 HTML5/Java Script/CCS – Student learn about front-end programming. Website Coding Languages. 40
(25 Lab)
WDT003 MS Sql, phpMyAdmin – Backend Database structure and Administering Database 40
(25 Lab)
WDT004 WordPress 40
Students learn about a content management system CMS. (25 Lab)
WDT005 Java/Java Script 40
Students learn a computer coding language syntax and code (5 Lab)
WDT006 GIMP/Photoshop 40
Students learn to create logos, Graphic changes, create graphic files. (5 Lab)
WDT007 C#/PHP Programming Concepts 40
Students learn a computer coding language syntax and code (20 Lab)
WDT008 Designing a Windows Network Infrastructure 40
Students learn how to Host  Web page/Website (Hosting Terminology). Web Server (20 Lab)
TOTAL: 240
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
Once the program is completed, each student will acknowledge and understand the concepts of Web Designing and programming.  Upon completion of the Web Design Technology programs, the student should have the necessary skill sets to prepare them to sit for the certification exam. Completing the exam will allow them to apply for entry-level position in the Web Designing Field.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Students will be assisted one-on-one with hands-on interaction to better prepare their skills set for the Web Design Technology. Students will learn programming languages, such as HTML5/Java Script and CSS. Each course is well defined to help the student to learn web designing concept and the process of hosting a web page/site using a content management tool. The knowledgebase of these courses will help them complete the certification process, which should allow them to succeed in the Web Design Technology field.

 

WNA – Wireless Network Administrator

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WNA – Wireless Network Administrator:

 

PROGRAM TITLE: WNA – Wireless Network Administrator                                ID #: 3443
PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Course Title Clock
Number Hours
WNA001 Intro to Wireless Technology 40
(25 Lab)
WNA002 Wireless Network Administrator 40
(25 Lab)
WNA003 Wireless Network Security 40
(20 Lab)
WNA004 Wireless Network Analysis Professional 40
(20 Lab)
TOTAL: 160
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
The Wireless Network Administrator (WNA) programs will provide students with the knowledge needed in Wi-Fi technologies. Students will be prepared with hands-on activities that will demonstrate throughputs for Wi-Fi connectivity, from basic RF theory to wireless transmission devices. The WNA programs will prepare them to sit for the Wireless#, CWNA and CWSP industry certification exams. Completing these exams will help students to apply for entry-level position in a Small Office Home Office (SOHO) and enterprise environment.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Students will be assisted one-on-one with hands-on interaction to help them succeed in the Wi-Fi Technology Industry. Students will learn various hardware technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WiMAX, ZigBee, Infrared, RFID, and VoWLAN. Students will have the ability to Design, administer, manage, Create a site surveys and troubleshoot in an 802.11 Network Architecture. Each course is well defined to help the student build a knowledgebase to complete the Wireless #, CWNA and CWSP certifications to help them achieve a well rounded knowledge, which should allow them to succeed in the Wireless Networking Administration field.

 

PCT – PC Technician

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PCT – PC Support Technician:

PROGRAM TITLE: PCT – PC Support Technician                               ID #: 3443
Course Course Title Clock
Number Hours
PCT001 PC Support Tech 1- Hardware Environment 40
(20 Lab)
PCT002 PC Support Tech 2- Software Environment 40
(20 Lab)
TOTAL: 80
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
After program is completed, students should have the ability to assemble and disassemble a computer system.  Students are prepared with hands-on activities that allow them to troubleshoot hardware and software issues in a computer environment.  Upon completion of the PC Support Technician programs, students should be prepared to sit for the industry certification A+ certification exam.  Completing Industry certified exam help students to apply for entry-level position in PC Technician Field.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Students assisted one-on-one with hands-on interaction to help them succeed in the Information Technology Industry.  Students learn how to build a computer system, lean the terminology, and handle the hardware components, software implementation, and troubleshooting techniques.  Each course is well defined to help the students build a knowledge base and to help them complete the industry A+ certification process, which could help students to succeed in the PC Support field.

 

MOS – Office System Management

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MOS – Office System Management:

 

PROGRAM TITLE: MOS – Office System Management                           ID #: 3443
PROGRAM BREAKDOWN BY COURSE
Course Class Title Clock
Number Hours
MOS001 Word 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of writing and maintaining documents using Microsoft Windows Word (25 Lab)
MOS002 Excel 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of creating spreadsheet documents for any environment using Microsoft Excel (25 Lab)
MOS003 PowerPoint 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of creating presentation and speech Microsoft PowerPoint (25 Lab)
MOS004 Access 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of creating Database and Reports using Microsoft Access (25 Lab)
MOS005 Outlook 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of E-mail and setting Appointments and schedules using Microsoft Outlook (25 Lab)
MOS006 Publisher 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of Publishing Documents using Microsoft Publisher (25 lab)
MOS007 QuickBooks 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of using QuickBooks for Account Procedures (25 Lab)
MOS008 Projects 40
Students acknowledge and understand the concepts of using Microsoft Project for Project Management Procedures (25 Lab)
TOTAL: 320
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
Students have the ability to work with word processing, preparing spreadsheet, making PowerPoint presentations, creating a database, creating and managing projects and other related task with Microsoft office application software.  Upon completion of the Office System Management program, students should be prepared to sit for the MOS/MCAS Certification exam. Completing these exams will allow them to apply for entry-level position as an Office System Manager.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
Students pursuing a career as an entry level Office Management needs working knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access.  Each application is designed to run an office effectively with ease of administration.  Student will have the opportunity to know each application and its uses, using a hands-on approach towards the skills needed to better support an Office Management position.