Networking Technology (A25340)
The Networking Technology curriculum prepares students to install and support networks and develops strong analytical skills and extensive computer knowledge.
Course work includes extensive hands-on experience with networks. Classes cover media types, topologies, and protocols with installation and support of hardware and software, troubleshooting network and computer problems, and administrative responsibilities.
Graduates should qualify for positions such as: LAN/PC administrator, microcomputer support specialist, networks control operator, communications technician/analyst, network/computer consultant, and information systems specialist. Graduates should be prepared to sit for certification exams, which can result in industry-recognized credentials.
In addition to the degree program, Networking Technology offers a specialized certificate in Cisco Networking. For students who are intereested in the Cisco Networking Academy, you may find more information at Cisco Academy.
Classes are available in the classroom, online, and blended. To view course descriptions, please click here. Networking Technology courses have course prefixes of NET and NOS.
For more information about the Networking Technology program, please contact:
Mr. Carlos Bodden, Department Chair