Certificate | SC Program: CL.3429

Academic Plan

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Fall Semester

Course Title Credits
CIS 2 Intro to Computer Science 4 Units
CIS 13 (F only) Windows Desktop OS Config 3 Units
  TOTAL 7 Units

Spring Semester

Course Title Credits
CIS 14 (SP only) Manage/Maintain Windows Desktop 3 Units
CIS 72 (SP only) Fundamentals of Linux 3 Units
CIS 90 (SP only) A+ Cert Prep/CISCO IT Essentials 4 Units
  TOTAL 10 Units
Total Units for Certificate: 17

For reference only as of 2019/2020

Computer and Information Systems: Computer Maintenance Certificate

The Computer Maintenance Certificate Program provides the exposure and training necessary to maintain and troubleshoot common PC computer systems. This program provides hands-on training in basic electronics, Operating System installation and maintenance, PC repair and computer management and prepares students for entry level jobs and is a pathway to the Information Technology Core Concepts Certificate and the Associate Degree Program in Information Systems - Systems Management, which has two areas of emphasis including Microsoft Server and CISCO Networking. The program prepares students to take the CompTIA A+ certification exam. 

This is a locally approved certificate. Upon satisfactory completion of the listed requirements and application for completion of the certificate to Admissions and Records, the student will receive a certificate of completion. This certificate program is not approved through the California Community College Chancellor’s Office; therefore, completion of the certificate will not be listed on the student’s transcript.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this certificate, the student should be able to:

  • Identify and troubleshoot common problems with computer parts and how to solve the associated problems.
  • Describe the different types of memory, how each operates and installation procedure.
  • Install a Microsoft operating system and configure the computer as a typical workstation.

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