Associate of Applied Science in Computer Networking Systems
The Associate of Applied Science in Computer Networking Systems program prepares students to seek careers in the field of computer networking. Networking specialists plan, coordinate, and implement an organization’s networking systems. The program includes Windows Active Directory administration, cloud computing concepts, application development coursework, as well as general education coursework in oral and written communication, ethics, sociology, mathematics, and environmental science. In addition to attendance in all courses, students will be required to complete out-of-class assignments. These assignments include but are not limited to reading, exercises and problem solving, projects, research, papers, and presentations. A student can anticipate out-of-class activities that equal about two (2) hours for every one (1) hour of lecture.
Upon successful completion of the program (see graduation requirements section of the catalog), students could seek or obtain entry-level employment in computer networking or computer information systems related positions.
Windows Active Directory administration
Cloud computing concepts
Application development coursework
General education coursework
Configuring local, network, and security policies and permissions
Diagnosing common computer issues
Basic subnetting tasks