Networking Option

Course Requirements
ID Title Class Lab Credits
CPTC101 PC Assembly/Soft Skills 2 3 3
CPTC109 IT Ethics 3 0 3
CPTC110 Networking I 2 2 3
CPTC120 Networking II(CPTC110) 2 2 3
CPTC235 Networking III(CPTC120) 2 2 3
CPTC240 Networking IV(CPTC235) 2 2 3
CPTC175 Introduction to C++(Accuplacer Sentence Skills 78 or POI) 2 2 3
CPTC203 Introduction to UNIX
(BCPC101, knowledge of Windows or POI)
2 2 3
CPTC204 Administering Windows Servers
(CPTC205)
2 2 3
CPTC212 Computer Network Security
(CPTC205 or POI)
2 2 3

Prerequisite & Co-requisites are listed in parentheses.

*Permission of Instructor

Certificate

(Evening Program)

For more information about this program, please contact Henry Collier . 603-542-7744 x5408.

The Computer Networking Certificate explores the integration of hardware and software in computer technology; networking.  Students who complete the course of study will gain practical skills in the development, installation, service, support and administration of computer networks operating systems.

The major focus is to give individuals up-to-date technical skills they can immediately apply in career employment and/or advancement.  It can also provide a basis for further academic study.  Individuals who complete the program may find employment as computer help desk or service technicians. network support or computer systems specialist, or customer support representatives.  Students may also transfer credits in the Associate Degree Computer Technology Program. 

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