Computer Maintenance and Networking

The Computer Maintenance/Networking (CMN) program prepares individuals for entering occupations in the Information Technology (IT) field that involve troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of personal computers (PCs) and small business networks.  Skills are developed by hands-on practice in computer assembly, computer upgrades and configurations and computer networks.  Networking classes provide opportunities for students to design, build, and maintain computer networks.  Successful completion of the Cisco Networking Academy classes (CCENT I & CCENT II) will help prepare students to take the Cisco CCENT exam, which is the first step toward a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification.  The CMN Program will also help prepare students for other industry standard certifications, such as CompTIA’s A+ and Security+ certifications.

We offer three levels of certification in the Computer Maintenance/Network program:

Student Learning Outcomes:

Successful completers of this program will be able to:

Graduation Requirements (Suggested Schedule)

Dept Course
Course Title Credit Hours
    Fall Semester  
MAT 2213 Advanced Industrial Mathematics 3
CMP 1063 Tech Operating Systems 3
CMP 1404 Tech IT Essentials PC Hardware and Software 4
CFA 1103 Tech Computer Fundamentals (or higher-level computer course) 3
CMP 2074 Tech Cisco CENT I OR CMP 1034 Tech Networking I 4
    EXIT: Certificate of Proficiency - Computer Repair and Networking 17
   Spring Semester
CMP 1012 Tech Network Servers 2
CMP 1053 Tech Network Security 3
CMP 2084 Tech Cisco CENT II OR CMP 1044 Tech Networking II 4
CMP 2604 Tech IT Essentials II: Network Operating Systems
COM 1203 Technical Communications (or higher level composition course) 3
   Summer I Term
CMP 1502 Tech Fundamentals of Voice and Data Cabling 2
COM 1102 Employability Skills/Ethics 2
CMP 1092 Tech Project Management 2
    EXIT: Technical Certificate - Computer Maintenance/Networking 39