CIT-225 - Computer Maintenance A+

3 credits

This is a current and comprehensive course on configuring, diagnosing, and repairing microcomputers and associated technologies. This course covers the advanced hardware and software issues current personal computer systems. Topics covered include: how computers work, how software and hardware work together, the systems board, understanding and managing memory, hard dis drives, installing and supporting disk drives, troubleshooting fundamentals, supporting I/O devices, and operating system fundamentals, updates and upgrades. The lab portion of the course will allow students to verify the concepts introduced in the class by performing hands-on exercises. Completion of this course will assist the student in preparing to pass the A+ certification exams and succeed in the PC repair industry. Three lecture and two lab hours.

Prerequisite(s): CIT-101 

Corequisite(s): CIT-225L

Previously known as: PROG-340