Technology Department

Offered Courses

Technology Engineering (1 Credit)

Available for Grades 11 & 12

Prerequisite: C or better in Science

Students will work on team challenges that emphasize the design process and problem solving. Students will have an opportunity to act as a member of an engineering group to develop (build), design, and problem-solve through project-based activities.


Set Construction (1 Credit)

Available for Grades 11 & 12

In this full year course students will design and construct sets and furnishing for theatrical, musical, and video productions. The tools, materials, and processes used in basic structural construction are taught throughout the course.


Graphic Design I (0.5 Credit)

Available for Grades 9-12

In this introductory course students will learn the fundamentals of Graphic Design, which includes the elements & principle of design, layout design, typography, and color theory. Through hands-on computer generated assignments students will learn how to use Adobe PageMaker, Adobe Type styler, and Adobe Photoshop to organize information, attract, and design layouts that communicate effectively. Successful completion of this course will allow student to take Graphic Design II.


Cisco I Networking (0.5 Credit/Half Year - Fall Only)

Prerequisite: Successful completion of an intro to computers course and Algebra 1

This course is the first in a four course series on Cisco networking. Using a combination of instructor-led,-web-based, and hands-on lab materials, students begin to learn how to design, install, and maintain internetworks. Topics include the OSI model, internetworking devices IP addressing, LAN media and topologies, structured cabling, PC hardware and software, patch cables, installation of structured cabling, cable management techniques, and the use of test equipment. In this course, students will maintain an engineering journal, work in engineering teams, and learn to manage networking projects.


Cisco II Networking (1 Credit/Full Year)

Prerequisite: Successful completion Cisco I

This course is the second in a four course series on Cisco networking. Using a combination of instructor-led, web-based, and hands-on lab materials, students continue to learn how to design, install, and maintain internetworks. Topics include the OSI model layers 1-7, WAN's, routers, using a router, router components, router startup and setup, router configurations, IOS, TCPIIP, and IP addressing and router protocols. In this course, students will maintain an engineering journal, work in engineering teams, and learn to manage networking projects.


Cisco III Networking (0.5 Credit/Half Year - Fall Only)

Prerequisite: Successful completion Cisco II

This course is the third in a four course series on Cisco networking. Using a combination of instructor-led, web-based, and hands-on lab materials, students continue to learn how to design, install, and maintain internetworks. Topics include a review of past material, LAN switching, VLAN's, LAN design, IGRP, access lists, and IPX In this course, students will maintain an engineering journal, work in engineering teams, and learn manage networking projects.


Cisco N Networking (0.5 Credit/Half Year - Spring Only)

Prerequisite: Successful completion Cisco III Cisco IV (CCNA semester 4)

This course is the fourth in a four course series on Cisco networking. Using a combination of instructor-led, web-based, and hands-on lab / materials, students continue to learn how to design, install, and maintain internetworks. Topics include WAN's, WAN design, PPP, ISDN, frame relay, and review for the Cisco CCNA exam. In this course, students will maintain an engineering journal, work in engineering teams, and learn to manage networking projects.



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