Computer Networking

Associate of Applied Science Degree. Certificate.

About the program:

This program leads to a two-year degree or Certificate in Computer Networking. The program focuses on client/server local area networks (LANs) and consists of classes and labs covering the following: client operating systems, server operating systems, cabling, LAN design, networking protocols and internet working.

Networking Degree Plan:

The Networking Degree Plan leads to either a two-year Associate of Applied Science Degree or a Certificate. The program focuses on client/server local area networks (LANS) and prepares the graduate for a network administration post ion or other network operation and maintenance.

Cisco Degree Plan:

The Cisco Local Area Networking Academy's curriculum is designed to prepare the student to enter the computer networking management field. This highly specialized program is foundation work for Cisco's certification, "Cisco Certified Networking Associate."

Course information:

Computer Networking

Reasons to Study Computer Networking at KC

This program leads to a two-year degree or a certificate in Computer Networking. The program focuses on client/server local area networks (LAN's) and prepares the graduate for a network administration position or some other job related to the operation and maintenance of networks. There is also a certificate program that trains the graduate to configure and manage CISCO routers.

  • Gain knowledge and training that will be useful in finding a job.
  • Update skills to enhance job performance.

Reasons to enroll in the Networking Program:

The Networking program is inexpensive compared to commercial training academies. We have students from many backgrounds. Many of our students are currently working in the networking field, and bring their experience to the classroom. Finally, the potential for careers like Network Administrator, Network Technical Assistant, and Network Support are open to the graduate who completes the program.

Computer Competency Required for Graduation

Frequently Asked Questions

For information about Computer Networking:

Chris Marshall
Instructor, Network Security
Computer Science Program
Phone:
(903) 983-8158
Office:
Whitten Applied Tech. Center (AT), 110
Carol Bunch
Instructor, Computer Science
Phone:
(903) 983-8139
Office:
Porter Business Admin. Bldg. (BA), 205-A
Ginger Dennis
Instructor, Computer Science
Phone:
(903) 988-3722
Office:
Porter Admin. Building (ADM), 128-A
Melissa Haden
Instructor, Computer Science
Director of Cheerleading
Phone:
(903) 983-8134
Office:
Porter Business Admin. Bldg. (BA), 103-B
Michael Kusheba
Instructor, Computer Science
Phone:
(903) 983-8129
Office:
Porter Business Admin. Bldg. (BA), 205-D
Mary Martin
Professional Support Assistant
Business, Technology and Public Services
Phone:
(903) 983-8131
Office:
Business Admin. Bldg. (BA), 105