Are you looking for a career in technology? Or maybe you are looking for a way to improve upon your current tech skills and beef up your resume? Whatever the reason, we can help you Move Mountains toward a career in computer networking/IT.
Why should you get a degree in Computer Network Technology from ACC?
Our courses are designed with the needs of businesses in mind. While you are in the Computer Networking program, you will get:
- Hands-on experience with the software and hardware in demand in the job market right now
- Opportunities to hone your skills in computer, networking and internetworking systems and technology principles
- To develop your knowledge of the interaction between system software and hardware, and troubleshooting techniques.
- The technical skills needed to install, configure and/or manage many facets of network infrastructure
What can you do with a Computer Network Technology Degree?
With your Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) or certificate, you will be ready to begin your career immediately as a:
- Help Desk Operator
- Support Technician
- Support Engineer
- Network Support Technician
- Network Support Engineer
- Network Administrator
- Network Designer
- Network Engineer
- Security Administrator
- Network Security Architect
- Network Security Engineer
- Network Security Specialist
- Systems Engineer
- Application Developer
- Software Developer
- Software Engineer
- Linux Administrator
Or you can work with ACC Transfer Services to transfer to a four-year institution and complete your Bachelor’s degree.
Computer Networking Concentrations
We offer several areas of concentration in our Computer Network Technology program to allow you to focus your studies on what is important to you and your career.
Associate of Applied Science Degrees
Cisco networking technicians and administrators design, build, maintain and troubleshoot the ever increasingly complex networking systems that are the backbone of all types of communication.
In addition to fundamental IT skills, our Cyber Security concentration will allow you to focus on building secure infrastructure and networks and essential troubleshooting skills. You will learn common attacks, cryptography, recovery and more.
Microsoft Certified Server Admin
Our Microsoft Certified Server Admin program is designed to help you prepare for the MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) exam. You will learn to configure and troubleshoot issues for active directory domain servers, network infrastructure, and Windows for various operating systems.
Our Unix/Linus Administration concentration will prepare you to configure, administer and secure data, users and services in a UNIX or Linux server environment.
Computer Network Technology
This certificate is specifically designed to train entry-level networking professionals and ready you to take the associated industry certification exams.
The Computer Technician program will prepare you for entry-level jobs in the personal computer industry involving the installation, upgrading and servicing of personal computer systems and computer networks. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be ready to take the CompTIA A+ certification exam.