Certificate (Certificate Program) - 34 Credit Hours
The mission of the Networking Certificate is to offer students a working knowledge of the principles, techniques, and skills required to set up and maintain a networking environment, so that individuals following this sequence of courses are prepared for employment or enhancement of their skills as a network technician or network administrator.
Admission to the Program:
Students are expected to be proficient in the use of the Windows operating system. Proficiency may be exhibited by completing CMGEN 110 with a grade of "C" or better or by passing the CMGEN 110 Proficiency Exam.
|Recommended Course Sequence:|
Fall Semester 1:
Spring Semester 1:
|Required Program Courses|
|CMCIS 151||NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS||4|
|CMNET 130||WINDOWS COMMAND LINE||3|
|CMNET 140||WINDOWS ADMINISTRATION||3|
|CMNET 150||COMPUTER HARDWARE INFRASTRUCTURE||3|
|CMNET 165||HELP DESK CONCEPTS||3|
|CMNET 190||WIRELESS NETWORKING||3|
|CMNET 210||WINDOWS SERVER ADMINISTRATION||3|
|CMNET 220||NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE ADMINISTRATION||3|
|CMNET 230||DIRECTORY SERVICE ADMINISTRATION||3|
|CMNET 250||ADVANCED SECURITY TOPICS||3 to 4|
|CMNET 280||FIREWALL ADMINISTRATION||3|
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Possible Occupations: Computer Security Specialists, Network Systems & Data Communications Analysts, Network & Computer Systems Administrators.