Computer Network Administration Workplace Certificate
The Computer Network Administration Certificate can help you acquire the knowledge and skills useful in performing tasks for working with different computer network systems. This program can help your career in a variety of positions in network systems, such as administrator, technician, consultant and computer support specialist.
This certificate is offered by the College of Business and Innovation, Applied Organizational Technology department, and earned credits may be applied towards a degree in the field. This department certificate is an excellent way to better prepare yourself for the changing workplace.
Plan of Study
|COURSE ID||TITLE & DESCRIPTION||PREREQUISITE||CREDIT HOURS|
|CMPT 1110||PC Operating Systems: A+ certification aligned study of both command line and graphical user-based current PC operating systems. Topics include installation and upgrade, configuration, management, troubleshooting and network connectivity.||None||3|
|CNET 2100||Microsoft Operating Systems: In-depth study of a contemporary network operating system. Topics include operating system installation and upgrade, configuration, management and troubleshooting.||None||3|
|CNET 2150||Computer Hardware: Knowledge of computer hardware for the purpose of acquisition, installation and maintenance at the equipment level. The curriculum is aligned with the A+ certification standards.||None||3|
|CNET 2200||Network Technologies: Examines the network technologies utilized in today's networks. Emphasis is placed on understanding hardware and software concepts and protocols referred to in technical publications and advanced network studies.||None||4|
|CNET 2400||Network Operating Systems Support: Examines the support aspects of a contemporary network operating system in a local area network environment. Topics include operating system installation, upgrade, configuration, management and troubleshooting.||CNET 2200||4|
An out-of-state scholarship may be available for students enrolled in online-only, degree seeking programs (many students choose to pair a certificate with a degree program.) Please contact us by phone to apply for the scholarship, toll free at 866.886.5336, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The University of Toledo is regionally accredited by the North Central Association (NCA) and is authorized to offer degrees online.
If you would like more information about this program, we encourage you to contact:
UT Online Student Services Staff
Phone: 419.530.8835; 866.UTOLEDO toll free