CIT: NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE
DIVISION OF BUSINESS
The Associate in Science in CIT: Network Administrator Degree is intended for those wishing to pursue a career in Information Technology as a Network Administrator.
This degree is designed for students interested in hands-on experience and theory in computer technology, networking and information security. Students will learn about communication, infrastructure, and operational security, cabling, network topologies, configuring networking equipment, attack prevention, disaster recovery, computer forensics, use of Cryptography and Public Key Infrastructures (PKIs), remote access and Virtual Private Networks (VPN), web security, and combating malware.
Career Paths for Network Administrators
Major Advising Sheet: CIT-Network Administrator 20-21
The following curriculum meets the requirement for an Associate of Science Degree in Computer Information Technology/Network Administrator. The courses needed for the degree are designed for those wishing to pursue a career in Information Technology as a Network Administrator.
To acquire the Associate of Science Degree in Computer Information Technology/Network Administrator, it is necessary to complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better.
|ACCT 100||Introduction to Accounting||3|
|MGMT 101||Introduction to Business||3|
|MGMT 108||Business Writing||3|
|CIT 101||Introduction to Computer Information Technology||3|
|CIT 180||*PC Maintenance A+ Certification||4|
|CIT 192||*Network Security I||3|
|CIT 210||*Cisco® Networking I||3|
|CIT 211||*Cisco® Networking II||3|
|CIT 212||*Cisco® Networking III||3|
|CIT 213||*Cisco® Networking IV||3|
Units Required: 31