Computer and Networking Technology - Level II

Technology and Health Division
Certificate T0726

The Computer and Networking Technology Level I and II certificate programs prepare students to become computer and networking service technicians. Courses required for the Level I certificate provide foundations in basic electricity and electronics, operating systems, computer service and troubleshooting, and preparation for the A+ certification examination sponsored by CompTIA and offered at testing centers throughout the country. In addition to the Level I certificate requirements, students seeking the Level II certificate cover computer networks, servers, and customer relations, and will take preparatory courses for the CompTIA Network+, Server+, and Security+ certification exams. These industry certifications are recognized worldwide as benchmarks for the computer and networking technician. Further, students will have requisite skills upon which to seek additional I.T. certifications available for the computer and networking fields.

Required Courses

Completion of the Computer and Networking Technology - Level I coursework29-29.5
Completion of the Computer and Networking Technology - Level II coursework16
Total Units45-45.5
Computer and Networking Technology - Level I Coursework
CNET 50PC Servicing 4
CNET 52PC Operating Systems 4
CNET 54PC Troubleshooting 4
CNET 60A+ Certification Preparation 2
ELEC 11Technical Applications in Microcomputers 3-3.5
or CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications
ELEC 50AElectronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC) 4
ELEC 50BElectronic Circuits (AC) 4
ELEC 56Digital Electronics 4
Total Units29-29.5
Computer and Networking Technology - Level II Coursework
CNET 56Computer Networks 4
CNET 62Network+ Certification Preparation 2
CNET 64Server+ Certification Preparation 2
CNET 66Security+ Certification Preparation 2
CNET 58Server Systems 4
TECH 60Customer Relations for the Technician 2
Total Units16

Recommended Electives

ELEC 51Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4
ELEC 74Microcontroller Systems 4
EST 54Cabling and Wiring Standards 4

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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, a student will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge of fundamental electronics principles, including voltage, current, and signal levels, to the analysis and troubleshooting of computers and data-communications networks.
  • Apply knowledge of computers and their components to the development and implementation of interconnected systems of computers.
  • Apply knowledge of computer technology, with an emphasis on hardware, to the development and deployment of complete computer networks.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the physical and logical characteristics needed to support and secure network and server environments.
  • Function effectively as a member of a technical team including documenting work, writing clearly and appropriately in an Information Technology context, respecting user data, and considering the ethical consequences of decisions.
  • Articulate knowledge of the CompTIA certification processes, including potential exam content, philosophy, and test taking and study strategies.

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