Networking encompasses the fundamental building blocks that form a modern network. As technology becomes more complex, so do the networks they support. As a result, the skills of highly trained network professionals are likely to remain in high demand in the foreseeable future. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts jobs for computer network engineers will grow by 53 percent from 2008 to 2018, with faster-than-average increases in compensation. This enterprise network management certificate guides students through all aspects of designing, implementing, managing and troubleshooting a computer network. Topics include protocols, hardware, topologies and networking operating systems in addition to TCP/IP, wireless transmission and security. It is suggested that you complete the core classes in the order listed below. Electives can be taken in any order, although most require one or more prerequisites.
|Course Title||Course Code||Type||Hours|
|IP Routing Essentials||TCP200||Required||12|
|Enterprise Network Design||NWK200||Required||12|
|Enterprise Network Management||NWK300||Required||12|
|Enterprise Network Troubleshooting||NWK400||Required||12|
|Plus 18 Elective Hours||Elective||18|
|Voice Over IP (VoIP)||TCP400||Suggested Elective||12|
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