Computer Networking

The Computer Networking Certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions as computer network administrators. The certificate prepares the student for the foundational CCNA certification and provides the student with skills needed to implement, maintain, and administer multi-layer switched and scalable internetworks. Students will learn to design and configure LANs and WANs, install network hardware and software, understand and configure network topologies, construct and install cabling solutions, manage user accounts, monitor and analyze network performance, and perform basic troubleshooting. All of the credits are directly transferable into the Computer Networking A.S. degree program.

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CONTACT
Saaid Elhadad
Saaid Elhadad
Program Coordinator
Computer Networking
Room 607
selhadad@capitalcc.edu
(860) 906-5135