Computer & Networking Technology, A.A.S.
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Computer & Networking technicians solve software, hardware and networking issues. They set up and maintain computer systems and networks. Technicians provide hands on and phone support for end users of computers and networks. This degree provides hands-on training in computer hardware, operating system and networks. Students learn skills necessary to provide support of industry leading computer systems and networks.
Accuplacer test scores determine placement in Math and English courses.
|COURSE #||COURSE TITLE||CREDITS|
|Fall - Year 1|
|CST 1112||Command Line||1|
|Data Security Awareness||1|
|CST 1115||Desktop Virtualization||1|
|Information Technology Concepts||2|
|PC Maintenance and Repair Hardware||3|
|Introduction to Networking||3|
|General Education Electives
|Credits Fall - Year 1||14|
|Spring - Year 1|
|PC Maintenance and Repair Software||3|
|Introduction to Information Security||3|
|Information Technology Customer Service||2|
|Credits Spring - Year 1||17|
|Fall - Year 2|
|Routers and Switches||3|
|Windows Client/Server Administration||4|
|General Education Credits||6|
|Credits Fall - Year 1||15|
|Spring - Year 2|
|Unix Operating System||3|
|Fundamentals of Wireless Networking||3|
|CST 2900||Computer Technology Capstone||2|
|General Education Electives||3|
|Credits Spring - Year 2||14|
General Education Electives in three additional areas of the curriculum as outlined in the college catalog.
Technical Electives approved by the advisor in one or more of the following areas: ACCT, ADSA, CSCI, CST, BUS, RNEW, ROBT.
Updated: si 5/4/17