Integrated Technology Systems

  • Employment opportunities in the field of computer and information technology systems are expected to grow by over 10% in the next 10 years. The median wage for computer and information technology occupations was $81,430 in May of 2016.

    (US Gov., Bureau of Labor Statistics)


    Two Integrated Technology Systems students working on networking projects

    The Integrated Technology Systems Program offers students a broad range of training for today’s Technology Systems. In the first year students are taught fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics, as well as PC hardware and software. 2nd, 3rd& 4th year students study the fundamentals of computer networking as well as integrated systems such as structured cabling, Honeywell burglar and fire alarms, security cameras and home automation. Students learn how to design, install, troubleshoot and maintain these systems for home and business applications.


    Two Integrated Technology Systems students working on their projects  


    Year 1
    Electrical and shop safety, electronic concepts,
    AC and DC basics, computer assembly,
    software installation

    Year 2
    Computer networking, LANs, WANs,
    computer cabling, small office to enterprise networks

    Year 3
    Electronic systems,
    emerging residential and commercial technologies,
    commercial systems controllers

    Year 4
    Smart Home technologies, The Internet of Things (IoT),
    preparation for industry certifications


    Classes meet for 3 periods/120 min per day, 5 days a week

    Average number of new students accepted per year: 7

    Opportunity for professional certifications: YES

    Opportunity to earn college credits: NO


    Future Careers

    Alarm Systems Technician

    Cable Installer

    Computer Technician

    Desktop Support Technician

    Help Desk Representative

    Information Security Analyst

    Network Architect

    Systems Administrator



    Integrated Technology Systems Recent Student



    Drexel University

    New Jersey Institute of Technology

    Raritan Valley Community College

    Rowan University

    Seton Hall University

    William Patterson University

    Rochester Institute of Technology