Internet, Network & Security Technologies

Internet, Network and Security Technologies

Instructor:

Susan Rhem-Westhoff
swesthof@muskegonisd.org

Para-Professional:

N/A

Course Description:

Interested in earning an industry-recognized certification in networking and Cisco routing? How about becoming a certified security professional? Does creating apps for mobile devices or the next big video game sound like fun? All of this and more are offered in our Internet, Network & Security Technologies program (INST). INST offers access to state-of-the-art technology and the opportunity to achieve valuable and marketable skills–and have fun doing it! The top seven job growth areas in Michigan and the U.S. are in the information technology industry. Join us to learn the skills needed in the valuable ever-changing world of Internet, Network & Security Technologies.


View Course Syllabus

INST Syllabus

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INST Website


Student Quotes:

"The certification I earned in this class will help me get a job."
- INST student

"I learned things in this class that I will need to know for college."
- INST student

"You can work at your own pace and you don't get left behind."
- INST student

"Everything we are learning here is almost exactly what we will be doing in the future."
-INST student

 

 

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Internet, Network, & Security Technologies student working on making cables.

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Special Features of the Program:


Students are prepared for industry-recognized certifications such as Cisco CCENT, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, CIW Internet Business Associate, and CIW Network Technology Associate. Students are also introduced to hardware repair and troubleshooting.

Students interested in becoming video game developers or programmers can learn the nuts and bolts of game programming using DarkBasic, C++ or create JAVA apps for the Android.

The challenge of securing a wireless network will also be introduced.

Studies are related to college, university, and technical school courses in the Engineering, Computer Science and Information Systems areas.

Systems analysis and problem-solving techniques are developed.

Articulated college credit is available from Baker College, Davenport University, Ferris State University, Grand Rapids Community College, and Muskegon Community College.

View a list of program advisors:

INST Advisory Committee