Jul 18, 2024  

Computer Networking, A.A.S.

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(CIP 11.0201)


Purpose: The Computer Networking Program is designed for students seeking a certificate or associate of applied science (A.A.S.) degree in Computer Networking. The Computer Networking curriculum prepares graduates for employment with the skills necessary to plan, design, implement, troubleshoot, maintain, and administer network infrastructure, LANs and WANs. Emphasis is placed on ethical practices, troubleshooting infrastructure and devices, and information system security.

Program Requirements: Upon successful completion of a two-year curriculum, the student will be awarded the Associate of Applied Science Degree with a major in Computer Networking.

First Year

Semester Credits: 12

Semester Credits: 12

Third Semester

Semester Credits: 6

Second Year

Minimum Total Credits Required for A.A.S of Computer Networking Degree: 60

+ Denotes core requirement. Speak with Department Chair or Pathways Advisor for proper course selection.

* Capstone Course

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