Computers, Electronics and Networks

Network Technology

The top two fastest growing occupations from 1998 and projected to 2016 are Computer Engineers and Computer Support Specialists. If you want a job that pays from $40,000 with increasing opportunities for advancement in a growing field, then plan to start your training after speaking with a CEN Faculty Advisor at Edmonds Community College.

The Associate Degree in Network Technology builds on the Computer Service Technology Certificate. With an additional 3 quarters of training in Networking and CISCO Routers, in addition to the CST Certificate, a student can earn an Associate Degree.

Emphasis in the second year is on preparing students for two of the MCSE Exams, Windows 2008 Server Active Directory, Windows 2008 Server Network Infrastructure, and CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Administrator) Exam.

Overall Objective

Install, maintain, administer and troubleshoot complex computer networks running Microsoft Windows 2008 and Windows 7 operating systems.

To attain that in the end, students will be able to:

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