Other Program Options

Network Infrastructure Services Certificate

Program 68325

The Network Infrastructure Certificate is one of three certificates offered by the Network Systems Engineering Technology program. The curriculum consists of a sequence of seven (twenty-one (21) credit hours) college-level courses built around LAN infrastructure. Completing the certificate requirements will prepare students for employment and provide the skills necessary to earn industry certifications from CompTIA, Cisco and Microsoft.

CET 1600C – Network Fundamentals

CET 1610C – Routing and Switching Essentials

CTS 1161C – Microsoft Windows 10 Operating Systems Technology

CTS 2109C – Virtualization Concepts and Implementation

CTS 2321C – Linux+

CTS 2354C – Installation, Storage, and Configuration with Windows 2016

CIS 2772C – CCNA Cybersecurity Operations


Network Security Certificate

Program: 68345

This program offers coursework that provides coherent content aligned with relevant technical skills that are needed to prepare the individual for further education and a career within the network security and information protection arena of Information Technology. The curriculum consists of a sequence of seven (twenty-one (21) credit hours) college-level courses built around skill sets from several domains within the security body of knowledge.  Completing the certificate requirements will prepare students for employment and provide the skills necessary to earn industry certifications from CompTIA, Cisco and Palo Alto.

CET 2615C – Scaling Networks

CET 2688C – System Security Practitioner (SSCP)

CGS 2135C – Computer Forensics

CIS 2352C – Ethical Hacking

CTS 2126C – Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+)

CTS 2376C – Firewall Services and Cybersecurity Essentials

CIS 2772C – CCNA Cybersecurity Operations