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2010-2011 Catalog 
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Networking, Certificate – Traditional Emphasis

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This one-year certificate program prepares students for employment in network administration, networking coordination and networking analysis in a variety of industries. Office automation, personal computers and management work stations all fall within the range of networking technology. The Traditional Emphasis Certificate exposes students to a wide variety of networking protocols and network operating systems and prepares them for the more traditional roles of network administrator and network manager in activities that are centered on support of the client/server model of computing.

The credits earned in this certificate program can be used toward the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Networking.

Graduates are able to:

  • understand how telecommunications systems provide for the transmission and reception of both voice and data signals (messages)
  • comprehend the many LAN and WAN protocols and network operating systems in use today with particular emphasis on TCP/IP
  • use and administer networking in both client and server operating systems
  • perform basic networking troubleshooting using both hardware and software techniques
  • design, administer and monitor a local area network

Curriculum – Certificate Program

Total Credits 31

1 Any CISY-200 level course.

2 Elementary Algebra  (MATH 020 ) is a prerequisite/corequisite for this course.

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