• Cyber Security-Cisco Cybersecurity Specialist certification recognizes security professionals who have attained specialized in-depth expertise and proven knowledge in the essential areas of proactive cyber threat detection and mitigation. The program designed for professional security analysts and leveraging the features of Cisco and other network security products used today, the Cisco Cybersecurity Specialist certification focuses on the topics of event monitoring, security event/alarm/traffic analysis, and incident response.

    Computer Science-Our world keeps getting smarter. In fact, technology drives most major industry today – so Cass Tech high school students can count on some serious opportunity after college. Software development. Data processing. Dreaming up the next must-have app or electronic. From innovative startups to global giants – and everything in between – careers in computer science can take you there. Our program in computer science clicks with students who appreciate technology, analytics and details. But there’s also lots of room for creativity and imagination! It’s a constantly evolving industry that requires its professionals to evolve, too. Computer science careers include programmers, systems analysts, support specialists, engineers, app and game developers, database administrators and more.

    Robotics-With more and more schools adopting VEX Robotics as a platform to enrich and enhance science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses, there is a need for an integrated program which allows teachers to seamlessly add VEX into their classrooms. These offerings were developed by forward-thinking organizations with years of experience creating the tools to keep STEM education exciting and inspiring.

    Computer and Manufacturing-Manufactured items are part of everyday life, yet most students have not been introduced to the high-tech, innovative nature of modern manufacturing. This course focuses on the mechanical engineering aspects of modern manufacturing. Using a combination of skills developed in prior Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses and new software applications Cass Tech students discover and practice:

    • Manufacturing history
    • Manufacturing processes
    • Product design
    • Robotics
    • Milling
    • Automation

    The class ends with a final factory simulation where students work together to create a real factory production system incorporating all aspects of the course content.