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Networking & Cybersecurity

*Networking & Cybersecurity is a half-day pathway and does not require any previous experience.  Click here to request Networking & Cybersecurity in your '22-'23 class schedule.

Prepare to enter a competitive, emerging field with a variety of unique and highly valued real-world opportunities. 

Learners in the Networking and Cybersecurity Pathway will complete challenging hands-on tasks that will prepare them for careers in an evolving industry. Learners will diagnose security risks, manage networks, and delve into the world of ethical hacking. The ability to earn multiple industry valued certifications will enable learners to compete for attractive positions within the field. 

After developing their skills and mindsets, learners will have the opportunity to intern with professional information technology services to further apply their skills in the real world.

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Click here to contact Heather Emerson about the Networking & Cybersecurity Pathway.

Networking 1: Network+

Credits:
5
Meeting Time

 

 

Course Description

This course will expand upon Q3's introduction to Networking by providing students with the knowledge necessary to understand, identify and perform necessary tasks involved in supporting a network. Covers the vendor-independent networking skills and concepts that affect all aspects of networking, such as installing and configuring the TCP/IP. This course also prepares students for the Networking II: Network + course.

Graduation Requirement

Futures Lab Seminar

Credits:
5
Course Description

Come get unschooled. Let your curiosity and imagination guide your learning journey as you develop skills and mindsets necessary to build a better world.

Through engaging, relevant, and authentic projects, students will hone workforce readiness and professional skills, by working on dynamic and collaborative teams. Entrepreneurship and literacy are integrated through examination of personal strengths and areas of growth via investigation into the topics of resilience, self-awareness, and communication. These areas have been identified through collaboration with industry partners and higher education professionals.  This course will provide 5 credits toward the Language Arts graduation requirement

This is a semester long course that will allow students to integrate literacy, entrepreneurship, and essential professional skills. Students will engage in units that will explore self-awareness, communication, and resilience throughout the course.  Within each of these units students will have the opportunity to analyze and create written pieces reflective of topics relevant to them.

Graduation Requirement