Networking Technology

Is TCI's Networking Technology program right for YOU?

Networking Technology is one of the fastest growing areas of employment according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A career in networking technology might be right if you:

  • Like working with computers
  • Have good communications skills
  • Enjoy solving problems
  • Like a fast-paced work environment

What You'll Learn

You will learn to provide technical support for PC users in a variety of settings. You will also learn about designing, installing and supporting information systems in an enterprise-computing environment. 

Topics Include

  • LAN/WAN
  • Data transport modes
  • TCP/IP
  • Software Architecture
  • Computer Systems
  • Desktop Operating Systems
  • Network Operating Systems
  • Routing Operating Systems
  • Computer Communications
  • Computer Networks Infrastructure
  • Computer and Networks Security
  • Databases
  • Electronic Messaging Services
  • Computer Networks Technical Management

After Completing the Program

After graduating from the NET program, you will be able to apply your acquired knowledge to hardware and software of computer networks and build Local Area.

Degrees, Certificates, and Accreditations

A+ N+ CCNA MCTS MCITP - and affiliated with IEEE.

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