Computer Systems and Network Technologies
Computers are an ever-growing part of our business and personal lives. That means the world increasingly needs graduates from degree programs like Genesee's Computer Systems and Network Technologies. Program courses prepare you for an entry-level job in computer services and network repair, or as a technician who tests and develops new products. You might also land a position installing, maintaining and troubleshooting computer networks.
The curriculum offers a solid background in digital electronics and microprocessor technology. You'll learn the necessary theory, and apply it hands-on in labs for assembling, testing and troubleshooting circuits. Technical electives help you expand your knowledge of software or explore topics like computer-assisted drafting.
Prerequisites: Two years of high school mathematics, including algebra. Lack of the necessary prerequisites can be offset by non-credit preparatory courses at Genesee. (This might result in students needing more than two years to complete the degree requirements.)
- Network Administrator
- Network Support Specialists
- Network Control Technicians
- Network Systems Technicians
- LAN/WAN Technicians
- Hardware/Telcom Field Technician