Microsoft’s MTA - HTML5
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Full course catalog
Exploratory Web Design
A 30-day course introducing freshmen to web design as they learn HTML and CSS and complete their first "about me" webpage.
Web 1 & Web 2
Web 3 & Web 4
Web 5 & Web 6
Students learn industry-standard front-end framework with React JS and also back-end data management with Node JS. A creation cycle is emphasized from planning to deployment. Some students qualify for internships during the year and create products for real businesses.
Maya Certified User
Unity Certified Developer
Career and Financial Management
A 30-day course introducing freshmen to game design concepts paired with Career and Finance components.
Game 1 & Game 2
Game 3 & Game 4
As students have become experienced with Unity and programming, this class will reinforce Project Management skills and introduce Portfolio building. Industry standards are introduced to prepare students for internships and competitions.
Game 5 & Game 6
The final course in the Game Design pathway centers on Project Based Learning. Students will be working in a studio environment to create a game which can be released or used at a portfolio piece.
Career and Financial Management
An Introductory course where students learn fundamental computer skills, proper safety precautions as well as how to install, configure, upgrade, and replace computer system components.
Computer Systems 1 & 2
Students begin troubleshooting operating systems, hardware and software where they can gain an understanding of basic IT support and customer service. With preparation, students will be able to gain their Certiport ic3 certification.
Computer Repair Certification Prep 1 & 2
In-depth hands-on study of the Personal Computer. Students will have the knowledge required to assemble components based on customer requirements, install, configure, and maintain devices. This course begins the preparation for the CompTIA A+ exam.
Advanced Computer Repair 1 & 2
Students continue in-depth hands-on work to meet the objectives of the A+ exam while applying advanced troubleshooting skills. Students will also be able to provide customer support, understand the basics of virtualization and deploying images to computers.
Adobe Certified Associate (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
Introduction to the basics of desktop publishing and print design through the use of industry software: InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop.
Students will build on their software skills (InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop) and create a portfolio that includes industry print design products: posters, brochures, business cards, etc.
Students will complete advance desktop publishing and print design work for business and college readiness. Students will create a business portfolio & personal design portfolios with resumes.
These advanced students will research design studios and exhibitions in the industry to increase their real world knowledge and will focus on self motivated projects that will prepare them for college and the work force.
11TH & 12TH GRADES
A class for 11th and 12th graders where students build their own robots and program them for competition in the nation-wide First Robotics Challenge (click here). Coding learned in Web Design or building skills acquired in Computer Repair are required.