This program prepares the student to design and manage an organization’s LAN and WAN networks. This includes choosing (or at least recommending) the hardware and software to meet an organization’s IT needs as well as managing the rolling out of new equipment and systems, and ensuring that corrective and preventative measures are performed on existing equipment and systems. The courses in this program have a very strong hands-on component which gives the student invaluable experience working with the latest network operating systems, networking hardware, network diagnostic/monitoring software and project management.

Employment Prospects: Graduates from the program usually find employment as Network Technician, Network Administrators, Infrastructure Engineer, LAN/WAN Administrator, LINUX System Administrator, E-mail Administrator etc.



Term I – Year I
CIS 101 Intro to Information Technology
ENGL105 English Research (Formerly English Composition II)
CET101 Computer Core Technology I
MATH 110 College Algebra
Term II – Year II
CET 103 Computer Core Technology II
NET 111 Intro to Networking
NET 107 Windows Enterprise Desktop Admin
NET 112 Helpdesk and Client Support
Term III – Year I
ENGL 106 Public Speaking
NET 117 Windows Server Administration
SEC 100 Introduction to Information Security
NET 120 Cisco Networking I
Term I – Year II
NET 202 Administering Windows Network Infrastructure
NET 205 Cisco Networking II
NET 210 Introduction to UNIX/LINUX
NET 231 Computer Ethics
Term II – Year II
NET 206 Cisco Networking III
NET 215 Wireless Networking
NET 222 Implementing a Windows Active Directory Infrastructure
NET 226 Exchange Server Administration
Term III – Year II
NET 207 Cisco Networking IV
NET 240 Major Elective
* Liberal Arts Elective
NET 295 Network Engineering Capstone


*Liberal Arts Electives CHOOSE ONE (PSY110/SOC101/PHIL200)