This certificate program prepares the student to begin a career in the computer networking field and working and administering a variety of popular network platforms including UNIX, Microsoft.
The Network Specialist certificate is designed to train students to administer and develop networks systems to facilitate solutions to common business and organizational requirements. When a student completes the 5 required classes, CIS 50, CIS 67, CIS 190, CIS 261, CIS 240A, they will have the entry level skills qualifying them to design implement and administer network systems.
(Y1 or S1)
|CIS 50||Computer Ethics||2||S1|
|CIS 67||Fundamentals of Networking||3||S1|
|CIS 190||Introduction to the Unix Operating System||4||S2|
|CIS 240A||Windows Enterprise Administration||4||S3|
|CIS 261||Unix Administration||4||S3|
The Network Specialist certificate is ideally a three semester program with following sequencing:
Year one Fall: CIS 50, CIS 67
Year one Spring: CIS 190
Year two Fall: CIS 261, CIS 240A
Diann Thursby · 11/08/18
Received regional recommendation at 11-5-18 IEDRC Deans Meeting.