Computer & Network Technicians install, configure and troubleshoot local area and wide area networks and maintain network security infrastructure that is critical to today’s business environment. Their responsibilities encompass connecting the entire system of workstations, printers and modems to the Internet, email and other application servers via fiber optic and other types of cable. In addition students will learn a variety of skills such as implementation of upgrades on popular network operating systems to prevent intrusive attacks as well as computer repair and maintenance. These technicians must keep their knowledge current with regard to the advances being made in convergence, bandwidth, speed of data transmission and operating systems.
The Diploma program in Computer and Network Technician can lead directly to the Associate’s Degree program as a Computer Security and Network Engineer. This can, in turn, lead to the FCC Bachelor’s Degree programs in Management Information Systems, Accounting, or Business Administration.
No high school diploma or GED? As a student in one of our eligible career pathway programs*, you’ll have the opportunity to earn your high school diploma while you complete college! Best of all, the opportunity to complete high school is available to you at no additional cost!
*Participants must be enrolled in a FCC program. Not all programs are eligible.
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