Learn Invaluable Networking Skills
Learn necessary tools of the trade that empower you to confidently explore a bright future in the ever-evolving and always engaging world of IT and computer networking.
A High Tech Future
In the Networking Pathway, students receive the unique opportunity to learn from industry leaders via a hands-on approach with equipment and software. Students will get a broad understanding of the industry, as they work towards becoming real-world technical problem-solvers through innovative thinking. Students will be prepared to take the CompTIA A+ certification. In addition, students will begin preparing for the CCENT certification, both are highly recommended by industry. This multi-year program helps students gain a deep understanding of computers and IT and prepares them well for college coursework.
Career Pathways help students explore their talents and use their experiences in the classroom to select career path that they’re passionate about.
Prepare in the Classroom
Build a strong foundation with A-G approved courses and prepare yourself for an exciting new information and communication technologies. Classes include:
- ROP IT Essentials
- ROP Full Stack Software Development
Take what you learned out into the real world and see first-hand what awaits you in the field of information and communication technologies. Hands-on, in-depth immersive experiences may include:
- Industry-Based Field Trips
- Workplace Visits
- Hands-on Equipment Learning
Valuable Training for Exciting Careers
Kickstart your career path in information and communication technologies with the help of our academic instruction and industry insight. Potential career paths these programs help prepare you for include:
- Computer Network Support Specialist
- Network Administrator
- Information Technology Specialist
- Information Security
- Computer Networking
Industry Average: $60,000 - $95,000/Year
Projected Growth in the Field: 15% or Higher
Connect With Your Future
Technology is changing the world we live in by connecting billions of people and improving how we live, work, and play every day. If you enjoy working on computers, learning about new tech, are interested in telecommunications, or think delving into analytics is fun, then consider exploring a career in IT and computer networking. This pathway will help students learn, build, and refine the skills needed to gain a competitive edge in both college and career.
Earn College Credits
Get a jump start on your college future by earning college credits and valuable real-world skills you can use for college and career.