Network Engineering (Certificate)
- Last Updated: 10 November 2014
Minimum credits Required: 16
The Network Engineering Certificate is designed to develop skills related to network engineering and to enhance written communications skills and professional readiness. The Certificate is designed to prepare students for entry level Information Technology positions requiring hands-on technical networking skills that support home/small to medium size businesses. This certificate provides students with knowledge and skills appropriate for entry level network engineer occupations. Emphasis is on basic skills such as installing, maintaining, and monitoring advanced technology such as routers and switches. Students may apply credit hours earned in this program toward the Associate of Applied Science degree in Network Engineering.
Certificate Requirements (16 credits)
|BUS 111||Business English||3|
|LDR 115||Workplace Ethics||1|
|CIS 130||Computer Repair and A+ Prep||4|
|CIS 140||Cisco Networking Academy Semester 1||4|
|CIS 150||Cisco Networking Academy Semester 2||4|
The outcomes identified below define the knowledge and skill sets that graduates of this program will possess at the end of their program of study.
- Define terms related to networks
- Emphasize using hands-on approach
- Emphasizing the knowledge and relationships to server operating software programs
- Enhancing communications skills
- Emphasizing professional readiness