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Computer Science

COMPUTER SCIENCE

This course provides students with opportunities for advanced studies in information technology. The program is open to students who plan on pursuing college degrees in preparation for careers as software engineers, systems analysts, web developers, or other technology related specialties. Topics covered in the course include: information systems and computer applications, problem solving and program design, Internet organization and applications, object oriented design and programming using Visual BASIC, and Java, and web site development using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. The course includes an introduction to database design and how to use SQL. Multimedia applications, high speed Internet access, and state-of-the-art equipment and technology are available to students. Recommended skills include a familiarity with desktop computers and standard desktop applications like Word, Excel, and Internet browsers.

2 YEAR / 900 HOURS / TOMS RIVER

Articulation agreements with Ocean County College and the Art Institute of Philadelphia have been established to provide students with an opportunity to earn advanced college credit upon successful completion of this program.

Computer Service Repair

COMPUTER SERVICE REPAIR

This program is suggested for high school and post-secondary students interested in pursuing a career within the computer service repair and computer networking field. Topics covered in the course include: managing and troubleshooting PC’s and Apple computer systems, the visible PC, visible Windows, visible networks, microprocessors (CPU), Ram, BIOS, motherboards, power supplies, hard drive technologies, removable media, installing and upgrading Windows, command line interface, troubleshooting Windows, input devices, video cards (business and gaming), networking, LAN, wireless networks, internet, mobile devices, printers, securing computers and networks. Hands-on building and configuring complete computer systems are available with lab activities. Opportunities exist for robotics theory, building and programming. Program includes current Smart device technology including: Smart phones and devices, Apple Iphones, Ipads and Android Smart devices. This program targets entry-level skills leading to a career in the IT computer service field. Recommended Skills: Basic computer skills and interest in technology.

1 YEAR / 450HOURS / TOMS RIVER

Engineering Technology

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Engineering Technology is an authentic makerspace equipped with machinery used in industry, designed to meet the current and emerging workforce needs in the advanced manufacturing industry. Students in the program will explore the production of metal and plastic products through manual and automated processes. Completers of this program will acquire a diverse and well-rounded set of academic and technical skills that will prepare them to enter the workforce and/or college. Students interested in pursuing a degree in engineering will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of the capabilities and limitations of production machinery. This knowledge is valuable to aspiring engineers as they will possess a well-rounded understanding of the production process, allowing them to problem-solve and troubleshoot design challenges before they hit the production floor. We do this using project-based learning that will take the students through the prototyping and development process all the way through the production process. Areas of study include: Computer Numerical Control (CNC) theory/operations, interpreting engineering drawings, quality control, production planning, digital read-out skills, metal fabrication, GTAW (TIG) welding, GMAW (MIG) welding, precision measurement and analysis, manual machining operations, workplace safety (OSHA-10), Robotics, and 3D printing. Students can earn HAAS certification for basic mill operator. Recommended Skills: Basic computer skills, strong math and language skills.

2 YEAR / 900 HOURS / JACKSON

COURSE OF STUDY

ENGINEERING / COMPUTER & DESIGN

Computer Science; Computer Service Repair; Engineering Technology

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Diesel Service Technicians / Mechanics: Median Pay:$50,200, Highest 10% more than $76,460 | source: bls.gov

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Diesel Service Technicians / Mechanics: Median Pay:$50,200, Highest 10% more than $76,460

GOOD PAY
GREAT JOB OUTLOOK
HIGH JOB SATISFACTION

Diesel Service Technicians / Mechanics: Median Pay:$50,200, Highest 10% more than $76,460

GOOD PAY
GREAT JOB OUTLOOK
HIGH JOB SATISFACTION

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