Computer Information Systems - Network Specialist (CIS.NWS.CT)

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The Network Specialist Certificate is designed to provide exposure to the field of computer networking. Emphasis is placed on the development of computer networking skills that are used in creating, maintaining, and administering computer networks. The Network Specialist Certificate is offered by the CIS department in conjunction with the Michigan Colleges Online (MCO). Courses for this certificate are offered at Oakland Community College and/or via distance learning by other participating Colleges in the MCO.

CIS 1300Networking Concepts4
CIS 1305CCNA Studies I: Introduction to Networks4
CIS 1310CCNA Studies II: Routing and Switching Essentials4
CIS 2232Fundamentals of System Support4
CIS 2434Introduction to Linux and Unix Administration3
CIS 2535Microsoft Windows Server Administration3
CIS 2839Internet Security4
CIS 2980Computer Service Technologies and Techniques A+4
ENG 2200Professional Communication4
Total Credit Hours34
A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.