Technology & Systems Integration Academy

Information Technology Network Administration

Information Technology Network Administration (ITNA) is a multi-year program designed to assist students in acquiring the knowledge and skills needed for success in one of today’s fastest growing career areas. Hardware courses focus on evaluation, repair and replacement of computer hardware components and the installation and configuration of computer operating systems. The software courses focus on the installation and configuration of network operating systems, network design and administration, security and troubleshooting. Students who successfully complete this program can earn IT certifications and college credits. The skills learned in this course are a solid foundation for a career in IT.

Mobile Apps

The Mobile Apps program enables students to tap into the ever-expanding universe of software for mobile technology. The program does not expect or require any previous programming or design experience, students learn the skills they need through real-world project based learning approach. Upon successful completion of the program, students are well equipped to begin a career in computer programming on their own or for a business using the Java programming language and multiple mobile application platforms. Students are eligible to earn college credit while completing the Mobile Apps program. This college credit transfers to any accredited college, or can be used as a part of a degree obtained from DMACC. This course allows us to explore careers in IT as is relates to this course and develop an electronic portfolio of student work.

Game Design & Programming

Delving into both technology and creativity, Game Design & Programming immerses students into the game design industry. Students will study game design & theory, including critical thinking, story and game creation, scripting, game development tools, game physics, game environments, sounds and audio for games, functionality, and managing a game project. They use the design process as well as other skills (graphic design, programming, and music generation) to create a culminating video game. Game engine Unity will be used to package images, textures, sounds, music, media and programming code to into a final game product. Students should anticipate publishing a video game for public viewing.

“I will be double majoring in computer and software engineering because Central Campus helped me realize what I wanted to do. The classes offered in this area are amazing. They are challenging but still fun and the people are one-of-a-kind.”
Darius Shumpart – Software Design and Gaming – Roosevelt High School