Computer Networking Technology

The following program is for AAS Degree students interested in careers which require extensive knowledge of the local and wide area networks. Students receiving an AAS Degree in Computer

Networking Technology can create, install and maintain local area networks and are knowledgeable about the protocols and hardware used to transfer data across wide area networks. They learn to work within different network environments and use the latest networking technologies. This degree is not designed for students wishing to transfer to four-year institutions. Transfer-oriented students interested in working with computers should consult with a counselor.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 20-22 CR. HRS
ENG 101
English Composition
3
BCOM 102
Advanced Business and Technical Communications
3
CIS 120A
Intro to Computer Information Systems
3
Choose One (1) Course From:
BUS 126 Business Math
MATH 109 College Algebra with Applications
MATH 115 Probability and Statistics
3-4
Choose One (1) Course From:
BUS 127 Human Relations
COM 101 Oral Communications
3
Choose One (1) Course From:
GEOG 104 Cultural Geography
PHIL 205 Business Ethics
PSCI 111 Intro to American Government
PSYC 102 Applied Psychology
PSYC 201 General Psychology
3-4
PEA/DNC
One Credit Hour from: PEA 101A, PEA 103, PEA 104A, PEA 118, OR PEA 201 and One PEA/DNC Credit Hour of Choice
2
BUSINESS CORE REQUIREMENTS  10 CR. HRS.
ACC 201
Principles of Accounting I
4
BUS 121
Introduction to Business
3
BUS 200
International Business
3
CAREER PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 29 CR. HRS.
BUS 290CI
Cooperative Internship Program
3
CIS 109
Personal Computer Maintenance
2
CIS 143
Introduction to Local Area Networks
3
CIS 183
Networking Technologies
3
CIS 209
PC Maintenance II (A+ Certification)
3
CIS 210
Operating Systems Concepts
3
CIS 243
Telecommunications
3
CIS 275
Linux Operating System
3
CIS 283A
Advanced Server Administration
3
CIS 293
Network Security
3
RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES  1-3 CR. HRS.
CIS 200+
Any CIS Course 200-Level or Higher
 1-3
CIS 253A
Database Design and Implementation
3
PHIL 104
Symbolic Logic
3
TOTAL 62