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Computer Networking and Technology

Courses in Computer and Network Technology provide comprehensive, in-depth knowledge and skills to design, manage, secure and troubleshoot network systems. Topics range from setting up a networked computer for an individual user to understanding how to securely manage a remote server located in another part of the world. Courses can be taken to enhance professional knowledge in a particular technology such as security, wireless or I.P. telephony as well as to prepare for a career in the field by completing a two-year degree. In addition, all course objectives are aligned with related industry certification exams.

Advanced Network Security Certificate

Purpose: This certificate program provides comprehensive knowledge and skills needed for I.T. professionals who have network security and information assurance responsibilities. Courses cover the objectives encompassed by industry standards including Security+, Cisco IOS and PIX firewalls, ethical hacking, VPNs, intrusion detection, incident response, and overall security policy and practices. Participants must have CCNA certification or three years of experience as a network technician, administrator or analyst in a Cisco environment.

Advanced Network Technology Curriculum (15 credits):

Course Number Title Credits
CNT 2311 Administering Linux Operating Systems 3cr
CNT 2825 Information Systems Security Advanced 3cr
CNT 2831 Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (CCNA Security) 3cr
CNT 2832 Advanced Network Security 3cr
CNT 2900 Network Technology and Security Capstone 3cr
Total Credits: 15
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