Information Systems: Networking

Certificate of Achievement in Information Systems: Networking 2017-2018

(MAJOR #C.693B.CA)

The purpose of this core program is to provide students with the knowledge, training, and hands-on experience to pursue a career as a networking technician. Students completing this course of study will possess a fundamental understanding of computer networks and be able to enter the workforce as a technician in business, government, or education.

These courses apply toward the Associate in Science Degree in Information Systems.

Complete the following program of study. Requirements (24 units minimum).

Required Courses:
Course Course Description Units C-ID
IS 15 Computer Concepts 3
IS 16 Word Processing 1.5
IS 18 Spreadsheet Fundamentals 1.5
IS 26A Database Concepts and Design 3
IS 40A Web Development with HTML, CSS, and Java Script 3
IS 60 Operating Systems 2
IS 62 Computer Troubleshooting and Maintenance 4
IS 63 Computer Networking I 3
IS 64 Computer Networking II 3

Program Learning Outcomes:

  1. Apply structured logic in analyzing and solving problems.
  2. Create a web document that contains Hyperlinks, graphics, tables, and forms.
  3. Plan, design, and write stand-alone computer programs.
  4. Develop a well-designed relational database.

Advisors: Nabors.


2017 - 2018 Certificate of Achievement in Information Systems: Networking Sheet