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Contact: Barry AndrewsTitle: Department ChairContact: bandrews@mtsac.edu
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Business Division
Certificate M0809

The CIS Professional in Networking program is designed to prepare students for a career in the computer networking industry. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that prepare students to design, implement, and manage the heterogeneous corporate network. The network administration courses emphasize network operating systems, network infrastructure and data communications. Students will acquire the skills to install and administer a Windows network, Virtualization, Active Directory, group policy, file system security, DNS, DHCP, Linux Networking, Cisco routers, switches, network infrastructure, access control list, Virtual LAN (VLAN) and VLAN routing. Individual courses will help students prepare for related industry certification exams such as Network+, Microsoft MCITP, Cisco CCNA and Red Hat RHCSA. Opportunities available upon completion of this certificate include entry-level and mid-management positions in Network Administration.

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    • CIS Professional Certificate in Networking

      Business Division
      Certificate M0809

      The CIS Professional in Networking program is designed to prepare students for a career in the computer networking industry. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that prepare students to design, implement, and manage the heterogeneous corporate network. The network administration courses emphasize network operating systems, network infrastructure and data communications. Students will acquire the skills to install and administer a Windows network, Virtualization, Active Directory, group policy, file system security, DNS, DHCP, Linux Networking, Cisco routers, switches, network infrastructure, access control list, Virtual LAN (VLAN) and VLAN routing. Individual courses will help students prepare for related industry certification exams such as Network+, Microsoft MCITP, Cisco CCNA and Red Hat RHCSA. Opportunities available upon completion of this certificate include entry-level and mid-management positions in Network Administration.

      Required Courses

      Course Prefix Course Name Units
      CISN 11Telecommunications Networking3
      CISN 11LTelecommunications/Networking Laboratory0.5
      CISN 24Window Server Network and Security Administration3
      CISN 24LWindow Server Network and Security Administration Laboratory0.5
      CISN 34Linux Networking and Security3
      CISN 34LLinux Networking and Security Laboratory0.5
      CISN 51Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing3
      CISN 51LCisco CCNA Networking and Routing Laboratory0.5
      Total Units14

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