Computer and Network Technology program builds a solid foundation in computer and networking theory and applications.  The training includes basic electronics, network cabling and infrastructure, computer and networking hardware, desktop and server operating systems, wireless configuration and administration and computer and network diagnostic tools. The goal of the degree is to provide broad training that will prepare a student to install, configure, troubleshoot and administrate all types of computer and network hardware and associated operating systems. Each course in the program is aligned with industry certifications including CompTIA A+, Cisco CCNA, Microsoft Desktop and Server Administration, FOA Copper and Fiber Cabling, and CWNA Wireless certifications.  The curriculum is primarily designed for students who are seeking entry-level information and communication technology skills for positions such as network administrator, network engineer, network technician, computer technicians, network installer, and help desk technician.