The Applied Design, Skills and Technology Department has four components: Business Education; Information Technology; Home Economics and Technical Studies.
(II) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
BA COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES 10A YCAIS0A
This is an introductory level course intended to expose students to computer technology. It will examine elementary aspects of computer architecture, terminology, and applications suitable for personal use such as databases, spreadsheets, and web pages. It will permit students to develop basic programming skills. The students will develop planning, organizational, and communication skills using relevant technology, as well as problem solving and basic programming skills.
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 11 MICTS11
The challenge for students and teachers in Information Technology today is to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of information literacy and the tools required to prepare for, and participate in, an evolving information-based society. Four main areas will be considered: programming (using an object oriented language and HTML), networks, electronic communications (using a variety of software applications including multimedia).
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 12 MICTS12
Information Technology 12 is an extension of MICTS11. Students will be asked to solve increasingly complex problems using the skills introduced in MICTS11 and further developed in MICTS12. These include programming, web page design, network and multimedia skills. Software and hardware will vary each year depending on available resources.
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 12 MICTP12
Students will learn a variety of programming languages and structures. This course is designed for students interested in a career in programming.