The Computer Science Department offers students the opportunity to learn about information technology and management, interactive multi-media development, and client-server computing systems, which involves programming, system administration and technical support (CS32). Students learn first-hand how to employ I.T. applications (CS11A) related to business information systems, and managing database information systems pertaining to people, budgets, and products. Students will work with the latest technological tools and innovative curriculum in hands-on learning projects that include web page production and graphics design (CS11B), and writing programming code (CS21) to name a few. Students will also master standards pertaining to ethical and privacy issues related to computers, business, finances, and the Internet. An AP CS Principles course is also offered. The Computer Science Department program consists of three components: classroom/laboratory experiences, and for advance students the opportunity to serve on the RMA Career Technical Student Support Team, which provides activities that build teamwork and leadership skills. For extra –curriculum, beyond the classroom, the Computer Club provides a relaxed environment for enhanced learning providing the RMA Cyber Patriots Team an opportunity to learn about Cyber Security and qualify for scholarships.