New: Information and Advising Session on IT Careers. August 19, 2014 from 10:00am - 1:00pm at the Gaithersburg Business Training Center, 4th floor, 12 South Summit Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. 20877. Pre-Registration Required, fill out the Form
These are Open Admissions, Noncredit Courses. There are no application or admissions requirements for these courses, however some courses require prerequisite skills or training, so please check the course descriptions. Courses are open to the general public. Not all classes are offered every semester, check our Course Objectives page for a complete listing of our courses as well as course descriptions. Many of our courses are just two weeks in length. No report cards are issued, but a Certificate of Completion will be issued to students who attend at least 80% of the course.
Want to learn more about our courses? Check out the ITI brochure
Information Technology Computer Courses
The Information Technology Institute's Continuing Education Division offers non-credit computer courses designed to meet the needs of the adult community. These courses typically are short in duration, affordable, timely and convenient. The courses are designed to introduce you to new subjects or enhance your knowledge in a particular computer technology specialty -- computer basics, MS Office Suite, web design, programming, database, and other areas.
Courses may be offered at one or more of Montgomery College's five locations - Rockville, Germantown, or Takoma Park Campuses; Gaithersburg Business Training Center; or Westfield's South in Wheaton, MD. See our Locations page for directions.
View our Course Schedule or Course Sequence pages to determine what level course would be best for you. The Course Schedule gives you information on date, time, duration, price, and campus location. Course Sequence recommends a course order which many students have found useful. The FAQ page answers frequently asked questions about Continuing Education courses. If you are not sure which skills current employers are looking for in employees you might want to check our Career Possibilities page which has links to various helpful web sites. We are always ready to help you with additional questions. Please contact us through the Contact Information which appears at the bottom of this page.
for Classes page will give you information on how to register.
Please note: You must register prior to the first night of class.
To register for online classes, visit the Registration Information link.
NEW! The "At A Glance"Summer 2014 Schedule is available for planning purposes, see list below. This schedule is subject to change without notice. See the Official Schedule to register for classes.
Summer 2014 At a Glance Schedule:
- Computer Basics
- Microsoft Office, Administrative Office Support
- Business Applications
- Social Media Networking
- CAD Computer Aided Design
- Digital Graphics and Digital Photography
- Programming Languages
- Web and Mobile: Design and Development
- Oracle and Relational Databases
- Computer Networks