Degrees - Computer Networking

Cisco - Associate of Science Degree or Certificate of Achievement

3_AS_CISC or 3_CL_CISC

The Computer Networking: Cisco program will give the student a solid background in the field of Computer Networking. The focus on Cisco courses helps prepare students for the CCNA Certification Exam and for entry-level Networking positions. Courses are hands-on intensive and cover OSI and TCP/IP models, IPv4 and IPv6, cabling, router and switch configurations, routing protocols, LAN switching, RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, Frame Relay, variable length subnet masking, NAT, DHCP, and WAN design.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C116 A + Essentials Hardware 3.0
CST C128 Network+ 3.0
CST C177 Configuring Microsoft Windows 8 3.0
CST C191 CompTIA Linux+ 3.0
CST C201C CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks 3.0
CST C202C CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials 3.0
CST C203C CCNA 3: Scaling Networks 3.0
CST C204C CCNA 4: Connecting Networks 3.0
CST C230 Introduction to Security 3.0
Total for Certificate 27.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Cybersecurity - Associate of Science Degree or Certificate of Achievement

3_AS_CYBER or 3_CL_CYBER

The Computer Networking: Cybersecurity program will give the student a solid background in the field of Computer Security. The focus on Cybersecurity will provide the student with some of the basic skills needed for an entry-level career in Cybersecurity. The courses provide an overview of the entire field. Topics covered will include Cisco Security, Windows Operating System security, Linux security, Firewalls, Intruder Detection systems, Security policies and procedures, e-mail & Web security, and design and designing and building a secure computer network.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C116 A + Essentials Hardware 3.0
CST C128 Network+ 3.0
CST C177 Configuring MS Windows 8 3.0
CST C191 CompTIA Linux+ 3.0
CST C201C CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks 3.0
CST C230 Introduction to Security 3.0
Subtotal 18.0

Program Electives:

Choose three of the following courses:

Course ID Name Units
CST C231 CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner 3.0
CST C232 Ethical Hacking 3.0
CST C245 Exploring Computer Forensics 3.0
CST C248 Wireless Networking 3.0
CST C253 Cisco ASA, PIX, and Network Security 3.0
CST C258 Linux Networking and Security 3.0
CST C260 Certified Information Systems
Security Professional
3.0
Subtotal Electives 9.0
Total for Certificate 27.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Microsoft - Associate of Science Degree or Certificate of Achievement

3_AS_MICR or 3_CL_MICR

The Computer Networking: Microsoft program will give the student a solid background in the field of Computer Networking. The focus on Microsoft will provide the student with some of the basic skills needed for an entry-level career in various Networking fields. The courses provide an overview of the entire field of Computer Networking.

Topics covered include Microsoft Server and Workstation operating systems; active directory, security, virtualization, backup and recovery, installation and configuration, group policies, and DNS.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
Course ID Units
CST C116 A + Essentials Hardware 3.0
CST C128 Network+ 3.0
CST C177 Configuring MS Windows 8 3.0
CST C191 CompTIA Linux+ 3.0
CST C201C CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks 3.0
CST C230 Introduction to Security 3.0
Subtotal 18.0

Program Electives:

Choose three of the following courses:

Course ID Name Units
CST C165 Installing/Configuring Windows Server 2012 3.0
CST C172 SQL Server Design and Implementation 3.0
CST C173 MCTS-MS Exchange Server-Configuration 3.0
CST C184 MS Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration 3.0
CST C185 MS Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration 3.0
CST C186 MS Server 2008 Application Infrastructure 3.0
CST C222 Installing/Configuring Windows Server 2012 3.0
CST C223 Administering Windows Server 2012 3.0
CST C224 Configuring Advanced Windows
Server 2012 Services
3.0
Subtotal Electives 9.0
Total for Certificate 27.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Cisco Certified Networking Administrator (CCNA) - Certificate of Accomplishment

3_CE_CCNA

This four course certificate helps prepare students for the CCNA Certification Exam and for entry-level Networking positions. Courses are hands-on intensive and cover OSI and TCP/IP models, IPv4 and IPv6, cabling, router and switch configurations, routing protocols, LAN switching, RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, Frame Relay, variable length subnet masking, NAT, DHCP, and WAN design.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
Required Courses Units
CST C201C CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks 3.0
CST C202C CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials 3.0
CST C203C CCNA 3: Scaling Networks 3.0
CST C204C CCNA 4: Connecting Networks 3.0
Total for Certificate 12.0

CompTIA - Certificate of Accomplishment

3_CE_CTIA

The courses offered to obtain this certificate will give students the basic skills needed to provide entry level computer support. Topics provide skills necessary to prepare for CompTIA certifications, including Network+, A+, Linux+, and Security+. Each course provides intensive hands-on training.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C116 A+ Essentials Hardware 3.0
CST C117 A+ Essentials Software 3.0
CST C128 Network+ 3.0
CST C191 CompTIA Linux+ 3.0
CST C230 Introduction to Security 3.0
Total for Certificate 15.0

Cybersecurity - Certificate of Accomplishment

3_CE_CYBER

The Cybersecurity - Certificate of Accomplishment will give the students some of the basic skills needed for an entry-level career in cybersecurity. The courses provide an overview of the entire field of cybersecurity. Topics covered will include Cisco Security, Windows Operating System security, Linux security, Firewalls, Intruder Detection systems, Security policies and procedures, e-mail & Web security and design, and designing and building a secure computer network.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C230 Introduction to Security 3.0
CST C232 Ethical Hacking 3.0
Subtotal 6.0

Program Electives

Select a minimum of 7.5 units from the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C231 CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner 3.0
CST C237 Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance and Network Security 1.5
CST C238 Intrusion Detection Systems 1.5
CST C240 Firewall and Access Control Lists 3.0
CST C245 Exploring Computer Forensics 3.0
CST C248 Wireless Networking 3.0
CST C252 Cisco Security Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) 1.5
CST C253 Cisco ASA, PIX, and Network Security 3.0
CST C254 Cisco IPS/CCSP 3.0
CST C258 Linux Networking and Security 3.0
CST C260 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) 3.0
CST C271 Become a Security Consultant 1.5
Subtotal Electives 7.5
Total for Certificate 13.5

Windows Server 2008 - Certificate of Accomplishment

3_CE_WIND

The Microsoft (MCTS) Certificate of Accomplishment for Windows Server 2008 is designed to give the students the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the functions and features of Windows Server 2008 Networking Platform. This certificate aligns itself with the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Windows Server 2008 Certification.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C177 Configuring Microsoft Windows 8 3.0
CST C184 Microsoft Server 2008 Active
Directory Configuration
3.0
CST C185 Microsoft Server 2008 Network Infrastructure 3.0
CST C186 Microsoft Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration 3.0
Total for Certificate 12.0

Cisco Certified Networking Professional (CCNP) - Certificate of Specialization

3_CE_CCNP

CST C205, C207, and C208 build on the foundational Cisco CCNA courses. This certificate provides for a three-semester sequence of courses that leads to an advanced Cisco certification (CCNP) that is highly regarded in the computer industry. Courses are hands-on intensive and cover topics such as Advanced Router and Switch Configuration, IPv6, and Router and Switch Troubleshooting.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to locate technical resources to solve problems with networking hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C205 CCNP: Implementing Cisco IP Routing 3.0
CST C207 Building Multilayer Switched Networks/CCNP 3 3.0
CST C208 CCNP: Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks 3.0
Total for Certificate 9.0

Mcsa: Windows 8 - Certificate of Specialization

3_CE_MCSA8

This certificate is one of the new stackable industry certification certificates created by Microsoft Corporation to provide a tool to measure the ability of a computer support specialist to configure, manage, and maintain a Windows 8 enterprise system. Consisting of two separate courses, MCSA: Windows 8 serves as the foundational desktop industry certification leading to the MCSE. The two courses that make up this certificate are Configuring Windows 8 (70-687) and Managing and Maintaining Windows 8 (70-688).

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C177 Configuring Microsoft Windows 8 3.0
CST C178 Managing and Maintaining Windows 8 3.0
Total for Certificate 6.0

Mcsa: Windows Server 2012 - Certificate of Specialization

3_CE_MCSA12

This certificate is one of the new stackable industry certification certificates created by Microsoft Corporation to provide a tool to measure the ability of a Network Administrator to implement, manage, and maintain networking infrastructure within a Windows Server 2012 environment. Consisting of three separate courses, MCSA: Windows Server 2012 serves as the foundational server industry certification leading to the MCSE. The three courses that make up this certificate are Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012, Administering Windows Server 2012, and Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency with various software packages to solve common networking problems using theories learned in the classroom to design and implement a workable solution.
  • Build and maintain secure networks.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
CST C222 Installing/Configuring Windows Server 2012 3.0
CST C223 Administering Windows Server 2012 3.0
CST C224 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services 3.0
Total for Certificate 9.0

Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure

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Gainful Employment Disclosure

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