Computer Information Systems/Network Engineering (NEEN.S.AAS)
62.0-63.0 Credit Hours
Students learn Cisco routing protocols, troubleshooting the routing protocols, components, methods and technologies required for network and Internet communications, operation of IP addressing services, network security threats and functions of common security appliances and applications, wireless network standards and components, basic switching concepts, operation of Cisco switches, Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) to create logically separate networks. Sinclair is a Regional Cisco Academy.
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- Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills, as well as teamwork skills in the delivery of customer service, project planning and project completion in the information technology business environment.
- Use operating system commands to manipulate files and directories, perform systems software troubleshooting and program routers.
- Apply programming, database, operating systems and business application skills to solve and troubleshoot business and information technology problems related to area of concentration.
- Configure routers and switches and networks, troubleshoot network components and connections.
- Design, document and implement computer software solutions given definition of a problem and requirements for a solution.