The purpose of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design, implement, and manage computer networks. This course covers a range of topics related to network architecture, protocols, technologies, security, and management.

    By using Comptia's A+ and Cisco's CCNA as the foundation of the course, students gain a solid understanding of networking principles and practices, as well as practical skills in configuring and managing networks using industry-standard tools and technologies. The Comptia A+ certification provides a broad understanding of computer hardware, operating systems, and troubleshooting, while the Cisco CCNA certification focuses specifically on Cisco networking technologies, including routing and switching.

    Upon completing of this course, students are able to design and implement networks that are secure, scalable, and efficient. They can also troubleshoot network issues, configure network devices, and manage network infrastructure. These skills are highly valued in a variety of industries, including IT, telecommunications, and finance.

    Overall, the goal of this course is to prepare students for careers in network engineering, network administration, or related fields by providing them with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of computer networking, as well as practical experience working with industry-standard tools and technologies.

    Those completing the Program may be employed as a
    Network Administrator  - Network Engineer  - Help Desk Technician  
    Technical Support Specialist - Systems Administrator - Network Security Specialist