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Networking Systems Technology

The trend toward greater use of networking systems results in the need for personnel who possess a solid foundation in networking systems emphasizing design, installation, and administration. The demands on current network infrastructures

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require a network savvy workforce – a workforce that can design or redesign networks and deploy new technologies while maintaining system up-time with data and network security. The Networking Systems Technology program is certified as a Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Local Academy and a Cisco CCNA Regional  Academy. A graduate of the Networking Systems Technology program will have the skills to work in areas such as local area networking (LAN) in a multi-operating system environment, wide area networking (WAN), computer hardware repair and installation, and computer operating system trouble shooting and installation.

Accreditations and Certifications
The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) accreditation
Cisco Educational Ecosystem-Local and Regional Academy certification

Degree/Certificate Offered:
Associate of Applied Science - General option
Associate of Applied Science - Telecommunications option
One Year Certificate

Faculty Highlights: Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers; Experienced Network Administrators; Military Experience.




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