Location: College Center
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.
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):
|ITC 2311||Administering Linux Operating Systems||3cr|
|ITC 2825||Information Systems Security Advanced||3cr|
|ITC 2831||Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (CCNA Security)||3cr|
|ITC 2832||Advanced Network Security||3cr|
|ITC 2900||Network Technology and Security Capstone||3cr|