Certificate of Completion
60 Clock Hours
The objective of the Network + Professional Program is to prepare individuals to become entry-level computer network technicians. The curriculum focuses on building, maintaining and troubleshooting basic physical networking issues. After completion of the program, graduates will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to seek employment in a variety of entry-level, supporting network administration positions.
The core training for this program is defined by the competencies emphasized by CompTIA Network+ curriculum. Upon graduation from the Network + Professional Program, students will demonstrate a solid understanding of basic computer networking setup, maintenance and troubleshooting/repair. They will be able to demonstrate knowledge of and calculate the advantages and disadvantages of basic network design considerations such as topology, protocols and hardware. Graduated students will also be able to understand layered network models and their functions, network components and their functions, different media types and their advantages and disadvantages and vital network services and their proper configurations.
The objective of the Network + Professional Program is to prepare individuals to achieve CompTIA Network + Certification by passing the following exams:
Exam N10-006: CompTIA Network+ Exam