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Information Technology Pathway

Pathways Exploration Tool

Information technology (IT) careers are available in every sector of the economy. Careers in IT involve the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and systems integration services. The information technology industry is a dynamic and entrepreneurial field that continues to have a revolutionary impact on the economy and on the world.

Career Options

  • Programming & Software DevelopmentĀ 
    • BUS 104, 105 Game Design
    • BUS 302, 303 Webpage Design
  • Information & Support Services
    • Grades 7 & 8 BUS100, 101 Digi Tools
    • Business Microsoft Academy Word *
    • BUS 212 Microsoft Academy Excel *
    • Bus 311 Microsoft AcademyAccess *
    • BUS 312 Microsoft Academy Publisher / PowerPoint *
    • BUS 300 Work Based Business *
  • Network Systems
(* College Credit Available)

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