Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Overview

The Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology program prepares students for designing, installing, operating and troubleshooting computer network systems. Students receive extensive hands-on training in laboratory and computer simulation exercises to develop the skills and operational competence required for the information technology field.

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What Will I Learn?

Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology (CNTT) majors receive extensive training in computer maintenance and networking, alarm systems, server management, virtualization and network security. CNTT majors at Lamar Institute of Technology also receive the training needed to pass leading industry certifications from vendors such as CompTIA, Cisco and Microsoft.

What can I do with this Degree

A graduate of the Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology program is awarded the Associate of Applied Science degree. Graduates find work as computer support specialists, network administrators and system analysts.

Degree Requirements

The Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology (CNTT) program of study is 60 semester credit hours and includes general education courses (such as writing, mathematics and speech) and technical courses (computer maintenance, networking, client operating system, server operating system etc.). CNTT majors are required to earn a certification.
Program Credits: 60
Lecture Hours: 45
Lab Hours: 60
Any student accepted into the Institute is welcome as a Computer Networking and Troubleshooting Technology major.
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Bonnie Sue Cobb

Instructor I
Technology Arts 4 Building, Room 103C
4098808221
bscobb@lit.edu

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