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27122 – Programming Essentials I – Visual Basic

Grades 10-12 – ½ Credit
Delivery – Online * Course is only offered in the Fall semester

Advanced programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed. * This course is available for Dual Credit through Lake Region State College. Students may take the class without enrolling for Dual Credit, but those interested in college credit must meet the Dual Credit requirements.

27122 – Programming Essentials II – Visual Basic

Grades 10-12 – ½ Credit
Prerequisite – Programming Essentials I
Delivery – Online * Course is only offered in the Spring semester

Advanced programming concepts are presented which are transferable to other programming languages. Foundational concepts and fundamentals of computer programming including logic, design, coding, structure, and controls are addressed.

27219 – IT Essentials – Hardware & OS

Grades 10-12 – 1 Credit

An introductory level course that focuses on essential hardware and operating system competencies for an entry-level PC service technician. Students completing the full year program will be prepared for computer industry certification, such as CompTia’s A+ certification exam or STRATA certification.

27265 – Networking Essentials

Grades 10-12 – ½ Credit
Delivery – Online

Networking Essentials covers basic networking concepts within the context of home and small business networks. Through interactive, multimedia content, lab activities, and multi-industry case studies, this course introduces students to networking careers and prepares them for further study.

27280 – Cybersecurity Essentials

Grades 10-12 – ½ Credit
Prerequisite – Networking Essentials
Delivery – Online

The Cybersecurity Essentials course develops basic understanding of information and network security. The course introduces students to characteristics of cybercrime, security principles, technologies, and procedures to defend networks.

Staff

Paul Zettler, Instructor

Information Technology
pzettler270@mygfschools.org
701-746-2205 Ext. 6709

Jerome Gunderson, Instructor

Information Technology
jgunderson050@mygfschools.org
701-746-2205 Ext. 6971

Zach Buchhop, Instructor

Information Technology
zbuchhop200@mygfschools.org
701-746-2330