Computer & Networking Technology

The Computer & Networking Technology (CNT) department provides entry-level skills and career education to meet the demand for well-trained technicians in the computer electronics and networking industries.

Graduates of the CNT program can be employed as skilled technical support workers in fields including networking, network administration, computer technical support, computer repair and a variety of other positions in information technology.

Occupational Endorsement Certificate, Cisco-Certified Networking Associate
The Cisco-Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) may be completed in two semesters. There are many different careers within the field of Computer & Networking Technologies from which a student may choose.
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Undergraduate Certificate, Computer & Networking Technology
The CNT department offers an undergraduate certificate. This certificate program prepares students to install, configure, operate and repair networks used to connect computing and digital communications systems of various types.
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Associate of Applied Science, Computer & Networking Technology
This associate degree prepares students to install, configure, operate and repair networks used to connect computing and digital communications systems of various types. Graduates from the Computer and Networking Technologies program can be employed as skilled technical support workers in fields including communications, microchip manufacturing and computer support and repair in private industry as well as municipal, state and federal agencies.
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“Computer Support Specialists and Network Systems Administrators are projected to be among the fastest growing occupations over the 2002-2012 period.  Job prospects should be best for college graduates who are up-to-date with the latest skills and technologies; certifications and practical experience are essential.”  Source:  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.