Computer Maintenance & Networking CAS
The Computer Maintenance and Networking Certificate provide a fast one-year program that allows students to quickly gain the skills necessary to enter the information technology job market. The program provides entry-level coverage of computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, web page development, standard computer applications and customer service skills.
Completion of the program prepares students to sit for the Comp TIA A+ and the Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) certification exams.
Graduates are prepared for entry level information technology and help desk positions.
BridgeValley is a Cisco Networking Academy. Cisco Networking Academy is the world’s largest and longest running corporate social responsibility education program, powering an inclusive future for students and instructors around the world. As the world changes all around us, acquiring technical skills is what brings opportunity, and the promise of education is what offers hope.
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ENGL 101E English Composition Enhanced ..... OR
ENGL 101 English Composition I ..... 3-4 Credits
INFT 110 Computer Architecture and Troubleshooting ..... 4 Credits
INFT 131 Network Engineering I ..... 4 Credits
INFT 290 Project Management ..... 3 Credits
ISST 250 Security Fundamentals ..... 3 Credits
Semester Total: 16-17; Credits Toward Degree: 16
MATH 113E Mathematical Reasoning Enhanced ..... - OR -
MATH 113 Mathematical Reasoning ..... 3-4 Credits
INFT 111 Computer Architecture and Troubleshooting II ..... 1 Credit
INFT 132 Network Engineering II ..... 4 Credits
INFT 228 Web Server Administration ..... 4 Credits
CSCT 218 Scripting (Powershell) ..... 3 Credits
Semester Total: 14-15; Credit Hours Toward Degree: 14
- Humanities / social science electives must meet the general education requirements for graduation. Consult your academic advisor.
- Those planning to enter a baccalaureate program are advised to take an eight-hour laboratory science sequence. Additional laboratory science electives can be taken as technical electives.
- Technical electives should be selected with program advisor approval.