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Program Coordinator: Allan Anderson - 860-215-9403
George Volkov - 860-215-9483
The Networking Technology Certificate program will provide students with marketable skills that grow increasingly crucial in the present technological age. Networking Technology courses are hands-on and offer students and opportunity to develop knowledge an skills in networking technologies. After completing the Networking Technology Certificate Program, students will be eligible to take the CompTIA Network+, i-Net+, Server+, and Security+ Certification exams.
Students may complete this certificate by completing the courses that are listed below.
NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE CURRICULUM
|Course ID||Title of Course||Credits|
|SEMESTER I (FALL)|
|CST* K175°||Networking Administration Support||4|
|CST* K176° @||Internet Technologies||4|
|MAT* K135°||Topics in Contemporary Math|
|SEMESTER II (SPRING)|
|CST* K177° @||Server Technologies||4|
|CST* K275°@||Information Security||4|
|ENG* K202°||Technical Writing||3|
Course has a prerequisite. Students should
check course description.
@ Technical Elective in Computer Science Technology Associate degree
Networking Technology, Certificate
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
demonstrate an understanding of the typologies and functions of local and wide area networks, intranets, and internets and the Internet.
implement and administer network operating systems, network security, user accounts and file sharing, backups and data redundancy, servers, software licensing, network monitoring and virus protection.
install and support network components, including modems, hubs, network adapters, switches, repeaters and routers.
understand and be able to describe network protocols, structures, communication architecture and standards.
recognize and explain networking terminology, components, and applications
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