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View A+ Microcomputer Certification Qualification Letter of Recognition (G):817 

Network and Wireless Technologies A.A.S. (G)

Revised: Effective Semester Fall 2008

This A.A.S. is a three (3) track degree which provides entry-level skills in the fields of Wireless, Cisco and Microsoft. The career curriculum is designed to accommodate both students and the business community. Regardless of track, all students take the 44 credit hours of general education and other requirements.

The wireless track consists mainly of cellular, WiFi, wireless and wired security, microcomputers and electronics. Topics include wireless communications theory and practice, electronics for wireless technologies, solid state devices, wireless system design, security and test equipment used in wireless communications.

The Cisco and Microsoft tracks will prepare technically skilled individuals in network engineering and administration. Graduates complete a comprehensive program preparing them for positions involving client needs assessment, network design, network installation and maintenance, inter-network communication and connectivity, specialized network functions, and on-site network administration.

The Cisco track will assist students in preparing for the CompTIA Network+ exams and depending on which electives are taken; it will also help prepare students for the Certified Novel Administrator (CNE) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exams.

The Microsoft track will help students prepare for the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification exams.


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A+ Microcomputer Certification Qualification LOR(G): 817

New: Effective Semester Fall 2008

This sequence of courses is designed to develop skills in microcomputer technology that will prepare students to take the A+ certification examination. Students must demonstrate skills in operating systems control programs for microcomputers and the setup, configuration, and operation of microcomputers. A grade of C or better is required in each course. Upon successful completion of the courses of study, and application t the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management, the Letter of Recognition in A+ Certification Qualification will be issued by the Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management


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