IT - Software Development Specialist

Dual Credit High School Academy

CVTC is offering high school students who are interested in pursuing a career in the IT field an opportunity to earn high school and college credit. Dual credit academies give high school students a chance to navigate their interests and career options to develop the most successful individualized career path. Credits earned through this academy may be applied to CVTC's technical degree programs. Students enrolled in this academy will focus on the exploration of resolving software-based computer problems in today's digital office environments.

Course TitleCourse Time
Introduction to Computers & Programming

3 credits
​Tuesday, June 9 2020Thursday, July 30, 2020. No class the week of July 4th. 

9:00 am -12:00 pm | Tue/Thur 


Web 1 HTML & CSS

3 credits


​​Tuesday, June 9 2020 – Thursday, July 30, 2020. No class the week of July 4th. 

1:00 pm -4:00 pm | Tue/Thur 


Students work with a text editor and a browser to develop web pages from scratch using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control color, layout, text, and images. Problem-solving skills are practiced as students complete a variety of programming exercises using the JavaScript programming language. Students explore the history and evolution of databases, and investigate current database usage in the industry. Students who successfully complete the courses will earn an IT-User Support Technician Technical Diploma from CVTC. This technical diploma prepares individuals to provide technical assistance in resolving software-based computer problems in today’s digital office environments.

Course Description

152-118 Introduction to Computers Programming (3 credits)
This is an introductory course that explores Information Technology - Software Development. The fundamental concepts in this course include: operating systems, file management, problem solving, programming concepts, and an introductory look at the JavaScript programming language.

152-107 Web 1-HTML & CSS (3 credits)This course is designed to be a "first course" in website development. Students work with a text editor and a browser to develop web pages from scratch using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control color, layout, text, and images. Responsive design principles and accessibility standards are incorporated to ensure websites are usable and professional-looking. Tables, forms, audio, and video components are included to add variety and pizzazz.

Just the Facts

Summer 2020
6 Credit High School Academy

Registration Status //
Upcoming

Academy Dates //
June 9, 2020-July 30, 2020

Days of Week //
Tue/Thu

Times //
9am-4pm

Classroom Location //
Online

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