Computer Technician Analyst Certificate

Division: Business and Computer Information Systems


The Computer Technician Analyst Certificate is designed for students who intend to pursue employment in network administration or computer technical support positions. This certificate option requires completion of the Computer Technician Apprentice Skills Certificate and additionally provides advanced courses in Windows server, Linux/UNIX, and windows active directory. This certificate requires 22 units of required courses. A grade of C or better is required in each course taken.

Required Courses from Level One: Apprentice (13 units):
CIS 107 F Introduction to Operating Systems3
CIS 180 F Introduction to Networking Concepts4
CIS 181 F Computer Certification Preparation3
CIS 281 F Introduction to Networking Hardware3
Required Courses (9 units):
CIS 285 FWindows Server3
CIS 289 FWindows Active Directory3
CIS 290 F Linux and UNIX Operating System3
Total Units22

Outcome 1: Use a working vocabulary of networking and operating systems terminology.

Outcome 2: Explain basic troubleshooting processes and procedures from initial diagnosis to final documentation and reporting.

Outcome 3: Identify, install, and troubleshoot computer and network hardware components.