The Computer Networking Technology student will take coursework in network infrastructure and Internet-working devices, network operating systems and network management.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion, students will be able to:
- Analyze, design and document computer network specifications to meet client needs.
- Install and troubleshoot desktop, server, and infrastructure hardware.
- Install, configure, and troubleshoot desktop, server, and infrastructure operating systems.
- Use proper computer system and networking terminology; perform help desk functions to address end user needs.
- Troubleshoot/debug, maintain, and upgrade server, client, and infrastructure systems.
- Implement Local Area Networks using both static and dynamic IP addressing & sub-netting.
- Install, configure, and maintain domain-based Local Area Network hardware and software.
- Use computer systems and networks in a responsible and ethical manner.
- Work as an effective member of a work group.
The Associate of Applied Science degree program in Computer Network Technology is designed to prepare students to work in a wide range of employment areas as network installers, network technicians, network administrators, network planners, and network managers.
An academic advisor will review your preparation in Mathematics and English with you. You’ll be guided to appropriate preliminary coursework to give you the greatest chance of success in this program.
For Further Information, Contact:
Wes Mullins, Assistant Dean