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Computer Networking: Windows (Certificate)
30 credit hours.
The certificate prepares students for an entry-level position as a network administrator using Windows. The first half of the program introduces students to basic computer concepts and networking. During the second half of the program, students intensively study Windows operating systems and utilities including network client/server capabilities. NETW 150 and NETW 151 courses in this program prepare students to take the A+ certification exams as computer technicians. NETW 160 prepares students to take the Network+ certification exam. NETW 166 and NETW 167 prepare students to take Microsoft Certified Professional exam. Hands-on experience is emphasized throughout the entire program.
General Education Core Requirements:
||Introduction to Computer Information Science
||Workstation Operating Systems
||PC Hardware Maintenance & Repair
||Introduction to Networking
||Windows Workstation Administration
||Windows Server Administration
Gainful Employment Information
By completing this certificate, you may apply for employment as:
|Computer Security Specialists
Computer and Information Systems Managers
The total program cost for completing this certificate is $4,080 for tuition and fees and $1,375 for books and supplies.
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