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Texas is at the heart of the information technology revolution. Our state is home to world-class high-tech companies such as Texas Instruments, Dell, and Advanced Microsystems. Countless smaller firms create computer games, set up custom networks, service computer equipment, develop and manage websites. In fact, every business in Texas needs IT expertise; wither from in-house staff or from outside vendors. Keeping electronic data flowing takes both technical expertise and problem- solving savvy. If you are good at grasping how technology works, have an idea for a new website or computer game, or want a career that is always changing, then Information Technology may be right cluster for you.”

Achieve Texas in Action: A College and Career Planning Guide

 

 

 

Business & Industry Endorsement

Information Technology Pathway

Recommended Course Sequence

9th Grade

 

09777 | AC/DC Electronics [1 CR] 

 

10th Grade

 

09759 | Computer Maintenance & Lab [2 CR] | SCC

 

11th Grade

 

09760 | Computer Technician Practicum [2 CR] | SCC

 

12th Grade

 

ITCC 1414 | Introduction to Networks [1/2 CR] | Lee College

 

AND

 

ITCC 1440 | Routing & Switching Essentials [1/2 CR] | Lee College

 

 


 

 

ITCC 2412 | Scaling Networks [1/2 CR] | Lee College

 

AND

 

ITCC 2479 | Connecting Networks [1/2 CR] | Lee College

 

 

9th Grade

 

09731 | Business Information Management I [1 CR]

 

10th Grade

 

09761 | Video Game Design I [1 CR]

 

11th Grade

 

09757 | Computer Programming I [1 CR]

 

12th Grade

 

09758 | Computer Programming II [1 CR]

 

For more information:

Ian Sobczak | John M. Stuart Career Center | 281.420.4550