Network Design

Introduction

Today’s businesses rely on computers and network systems to stay connected to their servers, the Internet, and each other. With new technologies such as TCP/IP v6 and wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi and Next-Generation Mobile, making devices communicate requires specialists who are trained and are always updated in the newest trends. Students will be trained to manage a vast array of differing hardware systems and their corresponding technologies in order to set-up and manage these intricate networks.

Fields of Specialization

Careers

  • Network Engineer/Support Engineer - They design, install, and maintain the communications, file sharing, and the general IT resources people rely on every day.
  • Network Administrator - Configure and manage an existing network. They customize the network to the company's needs by connecting the necessary hardware and software to the network. They watch the performance of the network and troubleshoot any problems such as slow performance or network crashes.
  • System Engineer/Administrator - They provide, install, configure, operate, and maintain systems hardware, software, and related infrastructure. They ensure that hardware, operating systems, software, and related procedures adhere to standards.
  • Server Administrator - They maintain the computer networking system in an office environment.  They maintain software updates. They design and install new system structures, track server activity, and audit server security.

Subjects

  • Programming & Problem Solving Concepts
  • Introduction to Computers & Apps
  • College Algebra (Elementary Analysis)
  • Boolean Algebra
  • Fundamentals of Programming & Data Structures
  • Web Designing & Publishing
  • Data Analysis & Database Design
  • Object-Oriented Programming I
  • Relational Database Management Systems
  • Digital Electronics
  • Computer System Organization
  • Trigonometry
  • Logic Design & Switching Theory
  • Networking Principles
  • Customer Support & Work Skills
  • Data Structures & Algorithm
  • Computer Architecture
  • Automata & Language Theory
  • PC Hardware I
  • Client Operating System Administration
  • Administering Active Directory
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Compiler Design
  • PC Hardware II
  • Networking Design
  • Server Operating System Administration
  • Linux Administration
  • Project I /Thesis I
  • Networking Security
  • Seminars & Field Trip
  • Comparative Programming Languages
  • Industrial Training / Practicum
  • Project II /Thesis II