The Computer Networking program is designed to accelerate students entrance into the IT field. This program will introduce students to different operating systems and teach students how to repair computers as well as how to plan, build and troubleshoot a network. The courses taught in this program provide the skills necessary to take Microsoft certification exams, the CompTIA A+ and Net+ exams, and MCP. This program consists of minimum 50.0 quarter credit hours completed over 4 terms. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a Certificate. Students wishing to continue their studies in networking may easily transfer to the degree program and earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Information Technology.
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