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Computer Networking Technology (Associate in Applied Science Degree)

66 Semester Hours

By enrolling in the Computer Network Technology program, you have hands-on opportunities to gain real-world PC and networking experience. You learn to install and configure popular computer components, operating systems, network cabling, network devices, and network security. Depending on the electives you select, you may choose to specialize in Linux or Windows operating systems, or in routing and switching with Cisco equipment. When you complete this program, you can seek employment as a network administrator, PC/network technician, help desk technician, and computer operator; you may also be ready to take industry standard certifications (such as CCNA, A+, Network+, and MCSA).

AAS course requirements