Information Technology

Information technology (IT) professionals will face increasing pressure to design, develop, implement, and support more complex and reliable IT solutions that will meet the needs of external and internal customers. This will require that IT professionals have the skills to determine customers and business needs and requirements, manage complex projects, and integrate software and hardware solutions. Maryland CTE programs include opportunities for students to focus on software development, programming, IT hardware and networking technologies. Cybersecurity is an increasingly important part of IT programs and represents expanding opportunities for employment and advanced education and training in Maryland. Pathway: Computer Science

computer sci.pngComputer Science

Offered at Easton High School

The Computer Science program allows students to learn all aspects of Computer Science, including programming, networks, graphics, databases, cyber security, artificial intelligence, and other applications in IT. 

Possible Careers:  Computer Programmer, Computer Support Specialist, Network Technician, Network Administrator, Webmaster, Software Designer, Apps Designer, Network Manager, Database Administrator

Successful students may obtain articulated credit from the University of Maryland-Baltimore County and Advanced Placement College Board Credit by Exam. 

Computer Science Course Sequence
Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4
Foundations of Computer Science AP Computer Science Principles AP Computer Science A Advanced Computer Programming and/or Dual Enrollment – CIS 152 Microcomputer Operating Systems – CIS 270 Ethics for the Information age