Associate in Science Degree

IT: Networking Concentration

Overview

Students learn networking theory, planning, design, installation, support, troubleshooting, and administration of wired and wireless networks through the use of lecture and hands-on labs. The Information Technology Program: Networking Concentration provides knowledge and experience for various industry-recognized certification exams.

First Semester Credits
ENL101   3
BIT187   3
BIT115   3
BIT113   3
BUS100   3
Second Semester Credits
BIT248/248L   4
BIT236   3
COM103   3
   
Behavioral & Social Sciences

It is strongly suggested that student take PHI120 Ethics for one of their Behavioral or Social Science courses.

For a complete listing of Behavioral or Social Science General Education courses, see: General Education Courses

3
    Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning 3 or 4
Third Semester Credits
BIT249/249L   4
BIT116   3
    First Level Programming Language 3
    General Education Elective 3
   
Behavioral & Social Sciences

It is strongly suggested that student take PHI120 Ethics for one of their Behavioral or Social Science courses.

For a complete listing of Behavioral or Social Science General Education courses, see: General Education Courses

3
Fourth Semester Credits
BIT252/252L   4
HSC104   3
BIT237   3
   
Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (or)
Natural or Physical Science*

*Students planning on transfer should take a 4-credit lab science course.

For a complete list of General Education Courses, see: General Education Courses

3 (or) 4
Total Credits 60/62

M Designates a Milestone course. A milestone course must be completed in the semester indicated to ensure that you remain on track to continue on in your program and graduate on time.

Career Outlook

Students completing the Information Technology Program: Networking Concentration are well trained to work as network administrators.

This occupational profile is provided by O*NET.


Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the Information Technology Program: Networking Concentration, students are able to: