The mission of the Computer Networking program is to prepare students and people in the industry to be trained and certified in computer repair, networking and telecommunication.
The Associate of Science in Computer Networking is a program of study that prepares students for entry-level network technicians, computer technicians, and fiber and copper Cable Installers in the field of Information Technology (IT). Technical Requirement classes are designed to give students a firm foundation in the basics of computers, networking, and information systems. Elective courses allow the students to further specialize.
This course of study will provide students with a practical overview of Information Technology, including hands-on experience configuring networking devices, network management, and will enable students to prepare for and attain industry certification through ETA and Cisco Systems.
Program Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):
Upon successful completion of the AS in Computer Networking program, students will be able to:
- Install, configure, and repair computer networking systems.
- Pass local and national certification tests in computer repair, telecommunications, and network administration.
- Communicate the values of an effective and productive technician in the telecommunication and computer networking industry.