The Computer Networking Certificate is a two-semester program providing training for students in network technology. Students learn how to configure and support various types of networks and their underlying operating systems. Among employment opportunities for graduates are PC technician, IT helpdesk, and network support.
The following background is recommended for this program: CMP101 Composition 1 or equivalent, and computer literacy. Students without this background may need to take prerequisite course work prior to enrolling in some of the courses required in this program. Students are strongly urged to meet with their academic advisor on a semester basis to review the program, and discuss course selections for successful completion of the program.
Simultaneous awarding of Certificate and Degree policy: Certificates whose coursework is embedded in an Associate's degree program will not be awarded simultaneously in the same term as the degree is awarded; i.e. Computer Networking(CKD) and Computer Networking Certificate(CKC).
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