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Networking

The two-year Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Networking emphasizes the installation of hardware, ranging from servers to workstations, and installation of software, both operating and application.

 

Students should anticipate installing or upgrading networks for companies and consultant firms. The program emphasizes installation of hardware, ranging from servers to workstations, and installation of software, both operating and application. Laboratory assignments will allow the students to install a network, set up hardware and software, and learn to perform maintenance.

 

Career Possibilities

With computer networks in the workplace, especially small businesses, network administrators and support technicians are in high demand. Graduates of this program should anticipate installing or upgrading networks for companies and consultant firms. Career opportunities exist with companies that utilize computers in business, computation and control activities, as well as companies that design, manufacture, market, install and service computer and networking equipment.

 

Laboratory assignments will allow students to install a network, set up hardware and software, and learn to perform maintenance.

 

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Cisco Networking Academy

The Cisco Networking Academy is a program that trains students to design, install, and maintain computer networks. Belmont College, in partnership with Cisco Systems, provides the training required to compete in an increasing technology-depended workplace.

 

Upon completion of the program students will be prepared to challenge the CompTIA A+, Network+, CISCO and Microsoft certification exams.

 

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Belmont College is a Cisco Systems Networking Academy, as well as a Cisco and Microsoft certified testing site.

 

Program Outcomes

  1. Understand the Windows operating systems and UNIX
  2. Prepare to sit for the A+ (upgrade and repair) certification
  3. Prepare to sit for the Network+ certification
  4. Prepare to sit for the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator certification.
  5. Prepare to sit for the Cisco Certified Network Associate exam

 

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