CIS---Internetwork Technician Emphasis
Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: 02088)
Provides intensive training in the theory and practice of the operation and maintenance of internetworking with special emphasis on switches, routers, and other specialized equipment. The objectives of the curriculum are to prepare students for employment as certified level technicians in the Internetworking industry.
Program Student Learning Outcome
- Demonstrate the ability to design, administer, configure, analyze, and explain network hardware and software connectivity using commands and interfaces that monitor and control traffic within and between devices.
|CIS 109||LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM AND APACHE WEB SERVER||6|
|CIS/ELEC 142||NETWORKING ACADEMY FUNDAMENTALS (CISCO CERTIFICATION PREPARATION)||3|
|CIS 144A||ROUTERS AND INTERNETWORK FUNDAMENTALS (CISCO CERTIFICATION PREPARATION)||3|
|CIS 144B||ADVANCED ROUTERS AND LAN NETWORKING||3|
|CIS 144C||WIDE AREA NETWORKS IMPLEMENTATION AND SUPPORT||3|
|CIS 147||NETWORK SECURITY||3|
|ELEC 260||MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEMS AND A+ CERTIFICATION||4|
|Complete Common Core courses for Computer Information Systems||17-19|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.
Some courses within this program may require additional coursework that must be completed prior to enrollment in these courses. Please consult the individual course listings for prerequisites and any other limitations on enrollment.
|BUS 211||COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY||3|
|or BUS 212||BUSINESS COMMUNICATION|
|Select 2-4 units of the following:||2-4|
|WORK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS I|
|WORK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS II|
|WORK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS III|
|WORK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS IV|
|CIS/ELEC 10A||MICROCOMPUTER REPAIR AND SERVICE||2|
|CIS 101||INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS||4|
|CIS 130||MICROCOMPUTER DISK OPERATING SYSTEM||1|
|CIS 139||WINDOWING ENVIRONMENT||1|
|CIS 150||INTRODUCTION TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND THE INTERNET||1|
|CIS 226||OPERATING SYSTEMS AND COMMAND LANGUAGES||3|