Degrees and Programs

  • Computer Information Systems - Networking

    Associate in Applied Arts and Science Degree

    Computer Information Systems - Networking

    What you'll learn 

    In the last decade, networks have dramatically changed business and society. This program prepares students for jobs in the constantly growing and changing networking industry. 

    This program covers cabling, network device configuration, network operating systems, local and wide area networks, analysis and troubleshooting tools, security and network design. 

    What you can do with this degree 

    Students who complete this program will have the necessary training to sit for applicable industry certification exams, including: 

    • CompTIA's Network+, Security+, Linux+ and Project+
    • Cisco's CCNA

    Classes you'll take

    Here are some of the classes you'll take for this degree:

    • A+ Certification
    • CIS Concepts and Careers
    • Intro to Networking - Net+ Certification
    • Linux+ Certification
    • TCP/IP Protocols

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