Information Technology

The Non-Credit Computer Education Department delivers basic and advanced technology training leading to employment, and for personal enrichment. 

CompTIA, Cisco, Cybersecurity, Open Technologies Professional Skills Development (1 to 3-day classes)
Office Technology Software Programming
Accounting Technology Web Design and Development
Drafting and Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Database Administration

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Revit AdvancedDFT-3100U2
This course builds on Revit Introduction to show students how to customize content such as tags, labels, curtain, walls, and stairs and expanding their knowledge of families and schedules. The training helps students develop tools and techniques to improve both presentation...
Revit IntroductionDFT-3100R2
This course introduces architectural, Building Information Modeling (BIM)-based systems for three-dimensional CAD applications using Autodesk Revit Architecture. Students will be introduced to the tools necessary to produce three-dimensional models, including plans, walls, a...
SAS Certified Visual Business Analyst Certification ExamCSC-3110EB2
SAS (Statistical Analysis System) is popular, analytic software suite primarily used by Fortune 500 companies. This course will prepare students to pass the SAS Certified Visual Business Analyst exam in order to measure and validate the candidate's technical skills and know...
Shooting and Editing Video on a SmartphoneSGR-3100R2
Think like a director – create video on your smartphone! Learn how to focus on communicating instead of worrying about the equipment. Find out how to capture your ideas creatively with images and sound. Whether you’re shooting corporate training videos, creating video news s...
SolidWorks Certification Design/DraftingDFT-3100F2
This hands-on course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the official SolidWorks exam (Associate Level). The course offers exam tips, hints, and sample questions that align with each segment of the exam. Each session includes a short introduction to a set of...
Solidworks: IntroductionDFT-3100E2
SolidWorks is a 3D mechanical CAD (Computer Aided Design) program in demand by manufacturing companies and is an essential tool for designing engineers, department managers and professionals. SolidWorks runs on Microsoft Windows and is currently one of the most popular produ...
SQL Queries: Developing Data Manipulation ProficiencySEF-3001GG2
SQL is a simple and powerful language that communicates with relational database management systems and is supported by almost all databases. This course is designed to increase learner proficiency in creating effective queries to address real-world problems. By the end of t...
Swift Programming Introduction: Develop iOS Apps for Apple Watch, iPhone, Mac, iPadCSC-3110DJ2
Swift is a native programming language for the Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple Watch, and Mac platforms. This course introduces learners to developing apps for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Watch. By the end of the course, students with little to no computer programming expe...
Swift: Coding for ProgrammersCSC-3110DY2
Apple developed the Swift programming language to allow developers to build apps for devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Watch, Mac, iPod, and Apple TV. This hands-on course is for students with some Swift programming experience, to help them enhance skills by building multipl...
Tableau Desktop FundamentalsSEF-3001FC2
Tableau Software is a world leader of Tableau Desktop, a powerful, business intelligence (BI) software. Participants will learn basic terminology and concepts, and develop skills to analyze data, create powerful graphical representations of data, and produce shareable, inter...