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IT-Network Administration (AAS.ITNET)

The concentration in Network Administration provides an intensive course of study that prepares a student to work in a business environment while maintaining or administering a microcomputer network. The core required classes cover general areas in information technology and the concentration classes cover both the physical network and operating system environment in great detail. Many of the classes can be used as preparation for various hardware, networking, and OS certifications from Microsoft, CompTIA, Cisco and others.

Program requirements may change over time. Specific degree/graduation requirements are determined by a degree audit.
FIRST YEAR
First Semester   Hours
CIS-160 Practical Software Application  
3.0
CIS-099 Introduction to Web Technology  
3.0
CIS-156 Computer Logic  
3.0
EET-060 Computer Hardware  
3.0
SFS-101 Strategies for Success   OR
PED --- P.E. Elective   OR
HED --- Health Elective  
2.0
IT Elective  
2.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 16.0
Second Semester
CIS-079 Client Operating System  
3.0
CIS-081 Networking Essentials  
3.0
CIS-060 Project Management
2.0
SPE-111 Intro to Speech Communication  
3.0
ENG-120 Composition I
3.0
MAT-090 Math for Computer Applications OR
MAT 1-- Math Elective
3.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 17.0
SECOND YEAR
First Semester   Hours
CIS-070 Network Security
3.0
CIS-084 Server Operating Systems
3.0
CIS-087 TCP/IP and Routing
3.0
CIS-073 Survey of Operating Systems
3.0
PSY-271 Intr/Psychology   OR
Social Science Elective ** 
3.0
BUS-142 Introduction to Business  
3.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 18.0
Second Semester
CIS-053 Wireless Networking +++ 
3.0
CIS-085 Adv Server Operating System
3.0
CIS-089 Advanced Routing +++ 
3.0
CIS-074 IT Seminar  
1.0
ITT-043 IT Net Admin Degree Internship
2.0
ECO-231 Principles of Econ I (Macro)   OR
Social Science Elective  
3.0
IT Elective ** 
2.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 17.0
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS 68.00