Begin Your Future & Earn Free College Course Credit

The All Course Network (ACN) is designed to help districts and schools by creating opportunities for Rhode Island students to envision, pursue and realize their individualized graduation pathway outside of the traditional school day.

Over 400 Rhode Island students have discovered the NEIT EDGE, by utilizing this unique opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits while still in high school. Learn by doing in our state-of-the-art classrooms and labs – for free!

Interested in exploring your future? Sign up for one of the courses New England Tech has to offer.

  1. Summer Term “GM 230 Planning Your Financial Future” registration open Now-July 19th. Spots are limited!
  2. Visit: https://enrollri.force.com/Courses/courses_sitelogin
  3. Create a student account
  4. View and select courses

NEIT will provide all the books and learning materials at no cost to the student and, in most cases, for them to keep. If you choose a welding course, you will leave with a welding jacket, gloves, and safety goggles.

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ACN Terms

Summer Term: July 19, 2021 – August 28, 2021 (Registration open Now-July 19, 2021)

Fall Term: October 4, 2021 – December 19, 2021 (Registration opens August 23, 2021)

Spring Term: January 10, 2022 – March 19, 2022 or March 28, 2022 – May 28, 2022

Explore Available Courses

  • Architectural Building Engineering Technology

    ABT 124 Construction Methods & Materials, 3 credit course. This course will be an introduction to building science relative to the assembly of systems, both structural and non-structural, and to the extensive technical terminology used in the building industry. The main focus of the course will be on commercial construction. Topics will include explanations of major building systems and their assembly, the identification of their components, and the limitations of the systems. This class will be held in East Greenwich starting January 10, 2022 and ending March 19, 2022.

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  • Automotive

    TT 106 Introduction to Vehicle Maintenance, 3 credit course. This course is designed to familiarize incoming students with the operations of the Transportation Labs and the overall program. Students will be introduced to shop safety procedures, various types of hand tools and their uses, measuring tools, and shop equipment such as lifts and scan tools. In addition, the various fasteners that will be encountered in the program will be explained and their uses discussed. Through a combination of both classroom and lab work, students will also be exposed to various basic vehicle maintenance checks and procedures. Students will also practice online information and data retrieval as well as recording-keeping. Students will be introduced to a wide range of potential career opportunities and work environments in the automotive field. Students will be asked to demonstrate proficiency using shop equipment such as lifts, jacks, jack stands, and jump packs. This course is scheduled for winter 2021.

  • Business Management

    GM 230 Planning Your Financial Future, 3 credit course. This course will teach you how to prepare for your successful financial future. Topics covered will include identifying financial goals, budgeting, cash, and credit management, purchasing, and owning a house, effective insurance buying, an introduction to investments, and retirement planning. Special guest lectures will provide real-word examples on how understanding financial fundamentals impact their day-to-day life and yours. This class will be offered entirely online to accommodate the statewide requests. Class materials will be mailed to each student. Classes are being offered in the Summer and Fall of 2021 and in the Winter and Spring of 2022.

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  • Criminal Justice

    CJ 120 Forensics I, 4 class hours, 2 lab hours, 5 quarter credit hours. This course focuses on basic police science theories and techniques and introduces students to crime scene investigation and the analysis of physical evidence typically found at crime scenes. The focus is on crime scene management, recognition, documentation, collection, preservation, and processing of crime scene evidence. Students will work in an actual forensic laboratory and on a simulated crime scene. The laboratory component will allow students to employ practical application skills of the forensic topics studied. Assignments from this course will be incorporated into the student’s portfolio. The class starts October 4, 2021 and ends December 19, 2021, and will be held in our Criminal Justice building on Access Road in Warwick, RI.

    CJ 110 Criminal Justice, 4 class hours, 4 quarter credit hours. This is an introductory criminal justice course focusing on the concepts and organization of the criminal justice system. This course will examine the various components of the criminal justice system and analyze their interactive relationships with each other, giving students a detailed overview of the criminal justice system in the United States. This class will be offered in the Winter of 2022 only in our Criminal Justice building on Access Road in Warwick, RI.

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  • Digital Media Production

    DMP 134 Studio Production, 5 credit course. Students learn about the elements of preproduction involved in live studio work, the technical jobs required to carry out a live production, and the responsibilities of the producer and director. Studio lighting approaches such as 3-point lighting, chromakey, use of gels, high and low-key lighting using the studio lighting grid are discussed. Use of the waveform monitor and vector scope will be introduced. Students will carry out two studio productions – a talk show and a commercial or PSA. Preparing a script, lighting plot as well as planning for other preproduction elements such as graphics and audio will be covered. Each student will experience the role of the director by directing his/her own talk show as well as participating as a crew member for other students’ productions. The class is a 16-week commitment. The class will start 1/10/22 and conclude May 14, 2022, in East Greenwich, RI.

  • Electronics, Robotics and Drone Technology

    ERD 115 Computer and Networking Fundamentals for Engineering, 4 credits course. This course provides a technical overview of computers and computer networking used in business and engineering. Hands-on exercises are provided to give students experience with basic computer and network activities. The content serves as a technical foundation for later courses in the ERDA and ELTB programs. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to demonstrate the following computer concepts; fundamental functions and operations of the computer, identification of hardware components, basic computer operations, security issues, use of software applications, network terminology, and protocols, local-area networks, wide-area networks, OSI model, cabling and topologies, router basics, Ethernet, IP addressing, and network standards. – This class will run from January 10th through March 19, 2022, at our East Greenwich, RI campus.

    ENG 118 Introduction to Engineering Technology and Lab, 2 class hours, 2 lab hours, 3 quarter credit hours. This course is an introduction to engineering technology that gives an overview of the profession and explores typical duties and workplace environments for technicians, technologists, and engineers today and in the future. Students use mathematics and critical thinking skills related to various fields of engineering. The Microsoft Office Suite of products is used for solving problems and generating reports and presentations. This class will run from October 4, 2021, through December 18, 2021, at our East Greenwich campus.

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  • Graphics, Multimedia & Web Design

    GMW 100 Digital Photography, 4 credit course. This course introduces students to the technology and techniques of digital image creation using SLR cameras. Starting with “what is digital” theory and principles, this course will train students in basic digital still camera photography, composition, and storage technique. It will then continue with each student shooting and editing their own photo essay, to be used as a first portfolio piece. The college will provide you a camera and tripod to use in class so you can learn by doing. Classes will be held this Fall at our East Greenwich campus.

    GMW 112 Digital Graphics I, 3 credit course. Students who take this course will develop a working knowledge of how 2D images are manipulated on the desktop, using Adobe Photoshop. Topics consist of image creation, retouching, color correction, and compositing images together to form a final design. Class will be held at our East Greenwich campus from January 10, 2022 to March 19, 2022.

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  • Information Technology

    VGD 244 Unity I, 4 credit course. This course will provide a foundation in the tools, techniques, and production methods for creating game environments and successfully using Unity 3D in production situations.

    Unity is one of the most popular Game Engines in the industry. It is a great tool to develop prototypes for Games, Animations, and Computer Visualizations. This course is an introduction to the skills you will need to start using Unity and make your own Video Games or other Applications. During the course, you will make two games that will give you the foundations necessary to build 2D and 3D games that can be played on PC, Mobile Devices, or even VR! This class will be held on campus in East Greenwich from July 19, 2021 to August 28, 2021.

    SE 111 HTML and JavaScript, 2 class hours, 4 lab hours, 4 quarter credit hours In this course, students will gain an introduction to internet technologies and basic programming logic through the study of HTML 5, XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets, and JavaScript. File organization and implementation of web graphics will be stressed throughout this course. Class will be held from January 10, 2022 to March 19, 2022 in East Greenwich, RI.

    GDS 114 Introduction to Game Development, 3 credit course. This course is an overview of the game development industry. Students will learn what is involved in developing a professional game from start to finish. Topics include the game development life cycle, developing a budget and game specification documents. Students will also be exposed to important physics, math, and artificial intelligence concepts relevant to game development.  This class will be held in East Greenwich from October 4, 2021 to December 19, 2021.

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  • Medical Laboratory Technology

    MLT 110 Introduction to Medical Laboratory Technology, 2 class hours, 2 lab hours, 4 quarter credit hours. This course is an introduction to clinical laboratory practices and procedures normally performed in a clinical laboratory, including quality control, laboratory math, safety, laboratory equipment, phlebotomy, accreditation, certification, and professionalism. This class will be held from October 4, 2021 to December 19, 2021 at our East Greenwich campus in our healthcare wing.

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  • Occupational Therapy Assistant

    OTA 110 Foundations of Occupational Therapy Assistant Practice, 4 class hours, 4 quarter credit hours, co-requisite: OTA 111. This course introduces students to occupational therapy practice and the role of the occupational therapy assistant. Topics include history, principles, philosophy, and foundations that guide the profession of occupational therapy. An understanding of occupations as core to occupational therapy intervention and practice will be explored along with occupations-based models.

    OTA 111 Foundations of Occupational Therapy Assistant Practice Lab, 4 lab hours, 2 quarter credit hours, co-requisite: OTA 110. This is the concurrent practical applications course to OTA 110. The focus is on using hands-on experiences to understand human occupation and the language and concepts of the profession.

    Both classes are taken together and will begin January 10, 2022 and will end March 19, 2022. They will be held in our healthcare wing at our East Greenwich, RI campus.

  • Welding & OSHA 10

    WEL 114 OFC / OAW, Electric Welding and Cutting and CR 124 Construction Safety Practices and OSHA 1, 3 credit course. Learn the fundamentals of using OFC, OAW, Basic GMAW, Plasma cutting, CAC, and welding safety. Welding and cutting safety in accordance with AWS / ANSI Z49.1 in our classroom and lab. NEIT will provide each student with their own welding jacket, welding gloves and safety goggles to use in the class and keep when done. NEIT has added obtaining your OSHA 10 card designed to stress the importance of developing and practicing safe work habits. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations that apply to the building industry will be examined in depth.

    If you are interested sign up for the class that will start in January 2022 – seats are very limited. WEL 114 OFC / OAW, Electric Welding and Cutting and CR 124 Construction Safety Practices and OSHA 1. The class will be held at our Access Road campus in Warwick, RI.

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