Networking Certificate

Division: Business and Computer Information Systems


The Networking Certificate is designed to prepare students for a career using computer networks in business. Students receive hands-on instruction on how to operate, install, configure, troubleshoot, upgrade, and maintain computer networks as well as basic network security. A grade of C or better is required in each course taken. This certificate requires 31 units

Required Courses (22 units):
CIS 107 F Introduction to Operating Systems3
CIS 170 F Cisco Networking 13
CIS 180 F Introduction to Networking Concepts4
CIS 183 FNetwork Security Fundamentals3
CIS 281 F Introduction to Networking Hardware3
CIS 285 FWindows Server3
CIS 290 F Linux/UNIX Operating System3
Choose from the following list (9 units):9
Cisco Networking 23
Cisco Networking 33
Cisco Networking 43
SQL Server Administration3
Introduction to Oracle: SQL and PL/SQL3
Web Server Management3
Exchange Server3
Total Units31

Outcome 1: Demonstrate proficiency in one or more common business software programs.

Outcome 2: Demonstrate an understanding of common computer technology-related terms.

Outcome 3: Demonstrate the ability to be effective communicators using common business communication tools.

Outcome 4: Demonstrate knowledge of common internet-related technologies and software.