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Course Objectives and Course Sequences

This page provides a complete list of ITI's Continuing Education computer courses. Course sequences are listed in order of difficulty, and linked to course objectives which are designed to help you determine which course is right for you. Courses are offered throughout Fall, Spring, and Summer, not all courses are offered each semester. For further information on schedules and costs visit our Course Schedule/ Costs Page.

Course Objectives by Topic
I Computer Basics VII Web and Mobile Design
II Administrative Office Support / Microsoft Applications VIII Web and Mobile Development
III Business Applications IX Programming
IV Social Medial Networking X Oracle and Relational Databases
V Digital Graphics and Photography XI Computer Networks
VI Computer Aided Design(CAD) XII HIT Health Information Technology

I. Computer Basics

II. Administrative Office Support / Microsoft Applications

Effective Fall 2014 these courses will be Microsoft Office 2013. Many of these classes will help you prepare for the corresponding Microsoft Office Specialist exams. See individual course descriptions for details.

Microsoft Certified Application Training

These courses follow the curriculum for the Microsoft Office Specialist core-level for Word 2013 (exam 77-418) and the Microsoft Office Specialist Expert for Word 2013 (exams 77-425 & 426), Microsoft Office Specialist core-level for Excel 2013 (exam 77-420) and the Microsoft Office Specialist Expert for Excel 2013 (exams 77-427 & 428). And curriculum for the Microsoft Office Specialist core-level for Access 2013 (exam 77-424). Note, MC does NOT provide the exams. For more information about MOS Certifications visit:

III. Business Applications

IV. Social Media Networking

V. Digital Graphics and Digital Photography

VI. CAD, Computer Aided Design

VII. Web and Mobile Design

VIII. Web and Mobile Development

IX. Programming

Programming Languages generally follow either the Visual Studio.NET track or the Java and Android track or iPhone and iPad Development Track. You will find the recommended course sequence for each individual track listed below. Students may not be able to take all courses in the series in one semester. It is possible to split these courses over a period of two semesters. Programmers also need to have good file management skills (Windows 8, ITI-179, or equivalent experience).

Programming: Visual Studio.NET Track

Visual Studio.NET track prepares students for careers in Microsoft .NET forms development, MS SQL databases and interactive web development.

Programming: Java Track and Android Development

Java / Android track prepares students for basic Java and Android mobile applications (Apps) development.

Programming:iPhone and iPad Development Track

iPhone / iPad track prepares students for iPhone and iPad mobile applications (Apps) development.

X. Relational Databases: MS SQL Server and Oracle

Learn more about Oracle and Oracle Certification, and the special textbook procedures.

XI.Computer Networks

XII. Health Information Technology Program (HIT)

For more information about the HIT Program contact Rochelle Ramkeesoon, 240-567-3830,

HIT Students who complete this program could be qualified to sit for the following Certified Healthcare Technology Specialist (CHTS exams from the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) :