Sciences and Information Technology
Computer Engineering Technology
(Internetwork Technician) (A273)
in Applied Science
The computer engineering technology program of study has two subspecialties, Computer Tecnnician and Internetwork Technician. The Computer Technician subspecialty focuses on computer support and basic networking. The Internetwork Technician subspecialty focuses on networking and internetworking (connecting multiple networks together). Both specialties have core classes in computer repair, various operating systems usage, installation, and configuration, basic electronics courses, and an internship. The programs also emphasize hands-on instruction. The certifications these specialties prepare you for include A+, Network+, various Microsoft certifications, and Ciscos CCNA.
The Internetwork Technician subspecialty emphasizes installing, configuring, and troubleshooting computers, networks, and internetworks. FCCJ is an authorized Cisco Academy. The four Cisco classes that are part of the academy are included in this subspecialty.
Requirements and Recommended Course Groupings
The following is a presentation of required courses in recommended course groupings for this program. These groupings are only a suggested guide, and there is no requirement to follow these precisely. The availability of courses, the students testing and academic performance and other factors may alter the students actual course completion sequence. Students of this program may register for courses in any grouping as long as the student has met any prerequisites for the course.
Course Grouping One
(First term load for full-time students; 2-5 terms for part-time students.)
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Course Grouping Five